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chvrches-061316.jpg Chvrches debuted songs from their new album Love Is Dead at the first stop of their 2018 world tour over the weekend. The band played four new songs at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto: "ii," "Graffiti," "Forever" and "God's Plan."

bandlynyrdskynyrd-012518.jpg The Florida home of Lynyrd Skynyrd members, Ronnie, Donnie and Johnny Zan Vant has been named an official Florida Heritage Site. The house is at 5419 Woodcrest Road, one block off Lake Shore Boulevard, in a neighborhood the Van Zant boys called Shantytown.

beyonce-110217.jpg Beyoncé bought a church in New Orleans, according to TMZ. The 7,500 square foot building was listed at $850,000, though it is unclear as to what sum Beyoncé actually paid.

danielle-082615.jpg Danielle Bradbery has released a new music video for "Worth It," which appears on her latest album, I Don't Believe We Met. The video was shot at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.

halestorm-020618.jpg Halestorm will take part in an intimate evening of music and conversation on May 31 at Sony Hall in New York City. During the evening, the band will talk about their current tour, new projects, stories from the road, and much more.

bobseger-102317.jpg After being forced to abandon his tour for emergency spinal surgery back in October, Bob Seger is set to make his return to the road in November. Seger has revealed the details for 13 of the 19 dates that have been rescheduled. The remaining six dates will be announced later. Seger has also yet to announce opening acts for the newly rescheduled dates.

camilacabello-012418.jpg Former Fifth Harmony members Camila Cabello and Normani Kordei posed for a photo at the Billboard Music Awards, in what would mark the first time any member of then all-girl group has been spotted with Cabello since she split from the group in December 2016.

cardib-030218.jpg Cardi B has released the video for "Be Careful," the third music video from her acclaimed debut album, Invasion of Privacy.

chrisstapleton-101617.jpg Chris Stapleton dominated the country music categories at the Billboard Music Awards over the weekend. Stapleton won awards for Top Country Artist, Top Male Country Artist, and Top Country Album for From A Room: Volume 1.

kellyclarkson-110617.jpg Kelly Clarkson, who was the host of this year's Billboard Music Awards, called for change and not "moments of silence," in reference to the recent Texas school shooting.

tool-band-070916.jpg Tool dedicated their entire Rock on the Range set to the friends and family of late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell.

janetjackson-050217.jpg Janet Jackson was honored with the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards over the weekend. The 52 year-old singer becomes the first African American female artist to receive the prestigious honor.

rogerdaltrey-030118.jpg Roger Daltrey isn't a big fan of the #MeToo movement, explaining that rock stars aren't sexual predators, because they don't need to be. "Why would any rock star need to push themselves on women?" Daltrey said in a new interview with the Daily Mail. "Usually, it's the other way around."

carrieunderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood is set to be inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame at Gaylord-Pickens Museum, the highest honor the state can bestow upon a resident.

liamgallagher-103117.jpg Liam Gallagher has invited Conor McGregor to appear in his next music video. Gallagher says that McGregor's recent biopic, Conor McGregor: Notorious, inspired him.

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