Nick Mason is still expressing his disappointment in the fact that Pink Floyd is not on tour. The drummer has remained with the band since their inception through the eras of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and David Gilmour taking part in the group. After the group released their last album, The Endless River, Mason was hoping they would tour.
Kelly Rowland recently revealed she's lost 70 pounds since giving birth to her son, Titan, four months ago. The singer gave birth to her first son with husband Tim Weatherspoon in November and has said she has already shed her baby weight. She gives credit to working out with her trainer Jeanette Jenkins and attending classes at SoulCycle, reported Us Magazine.
KISS bassist Gene Simmons and WWE Studios have partnered up to produce a batch of horror films. The team have formed their own production company called Erebus Pictures that will finance and produce "elevated horror movies," according to a press release. Three films are already in the works for Erebus Pictures.
Lady Antebellum was recently honored with the Icon Award by the National Music Publishers' Association. The group received the award at the NMPA Spring Songwriter Showcase on Tuesday, March 24, which took place in the nation's capital. They were also given NMPA gold and platinum awards for writing their hit songs, such as "Bartender," "Need You Now" and "I Run To You."
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl made one of his dying fan's wishes come true after giving him VIP tickets to one of their shows. The singer invited fan Ken Powell out to Los Angeles to come see the band perform. Fourteen years ago Powell was diagnosed with melanoma and in 2009 his illness was classified as terminal.
Drake has announced a physical release date for his latest mixtape, If You're Reading This Its Too Late. His newest mixtape, which was released as a surprise on February 12, will now be released to retail stores on April 21, according to HITS Daily Double. This physical version of the mixtape will not only include the original 17 tracks, but also two bonus tracks.
Elton John recently celebrated his 68th birthday with his husband David Furnish at the Mr. Chow Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 25, according to the Daily Mail. The singer took a break from his Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace to enjoy some downtime with his hubby on his birthday. He's reportedly making over $500,000 a show on the residency.
Florence & The Machine have released their music video for their latest single, "St. Jude," which is featured on their upcoming album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. The video shows frontwoman Florence Welch walking through the streets in the early morning while she's singing in the rain. How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, the follow-up to the group's second album.
Mariah Carey made a recent appearance on The Late Late Show hosted by James Corden, in which she sang carpool karaoke. The British talk show host jumped in his Range Rover and cruised around Los Angeles with the pop diva in the passenger's seat. During their ride they sang some of Carey's biggest hits, including "Always Be My Baby," "Vision of Love," "Fantasy" and "Thirsty."
Kenny Chesney says that his Big Revival Tour will be not only one of the biggest tours of the year, but it will also be one for the ages. "Every time, I want people to have the best night of their lives," Chesney explains. "I take that very seriously. I've heard enough stories about people planning their summer around coming to see us . . ."
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan says that the future of the band is "murky." "The future of the Smashing Pumpkins is kinda murky. I've only committed to the idea of The Smashing Pumpkins through, pretty much, to the end of this year. After that I'm gonna see how it goes," Corgan told Peru's Radio Oasis.
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard have announced Django & Jimmie, their latest collaborative album. Nelson confirmed the album during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live from SXSW, and said that the first single off of the record will be "It's All Gone To Pot," which will be released on April 20. "It's really good; I think it's the best one we've done," he says.
Adam Horowitz, better known as Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, recalls a time when Axl Rose hit him with a wild accusation. "You know, we're drinkin,' it's this huge house up in the hills somewhere - and everybody's there and I'm gettin' drunk, and it's like, next thing I know, I turn, I'm on the dance floor, and George Michael's just standing next to me," Horovitz said.
Producers of "Downton Abbey" have confirmed that the upcoming sixth season of the popular British costume drama will be its last. "It's the right time," said series creator and executive producer Julian Fellowes in a telephone interview. "I think you mustn't linger until you're stale." The series follows the aristocratic Crawley family and its servants.
Reba McEntire has planned a large TV concert, "Reba and Friends Outnumber Hunger," with the proceeds benefiting Outnumber Hunger, which seeks to raise awareness of the 49 million people who struggle with hunger in the United States. Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Florida Georgia Line, the Eli Young Band and Maddie & Tae are among the artists who will perform.