Former Smiths drummer Mike Joyceis set to make his radio acting debut by appearing in a play on BBC Radio 4. Joyce will perform in My Dad Keith, a play written by and starring the actress Maxine Peake. "There's strength through family community and closure in the death of a family member, [but] it's very funny! There's a lot in it," Joyce told NME of the play.
Chris Brown and Trey Songz have released their "Dangerous (Remix)." The track is a remix of David Guetta's Sam Martin-assisted single "Dangerous," which comes of his latest album, Listen. Previously the two crooners have dropped remixes to ScHoolboy Q's "Studio," ILoveMakonnen's "Tuesday" and TeeFLii's "24 Hours."
Willie Nelson is scheduled to perform at the 17th annual Grammy Foundation Legacy Concert. The upcoming concert is set to take place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles on February 5. This year's concert will be titled "Lean on Me: A Celebration of Music and Philanthropy." Additional artists performing at the event, include Bryan Adams and Cyndi Lauper.
Damon Albarn is rumored to be working with Adele on the follow-up to her 2011 album 21. According to reports, Albarn is said to have met the singer at his west London studio, although any further official details of the collaboration are yet to emerge. The Sun reports that an unnamed source close to Adele stated, "Damon and Adele had a chat about her new album."
Ne-Yo and Pitbull recently performed "Time Of Our Lives" on Jimmy Kimmel Live in Hollywood. After the performance Pitbull even had Lorde raving. "I met pitbull backstage, felt this wave of his charisma and loveliness wash over me, probably not dissimilar to meeting the president," she raved on Twitter.
Jake Owen has released his new music video "What We Ain't Got," which is a track featured on his latest album Days Of Gold. At the start of the video the singer is sitting on a bar stool. Throughout the video there's also the image of a mother and a little boy holding an American flag. Some of the lyrics in the video are "We all want what we ain't got . . ."
Bryan Adams is scheduled to perform at the 17th annual Grammy Foundation Legacy Concert. The upcoming concert is set to take place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles on February 5. This year's concert will be titled "Lean on Me: A Celebration of Music and Philanthropy." Additional artists performing at the event, include Willie Nelson and Cyndi Lauper.
Sara Evans has shared her new music video for her track "Put My Heart Down." The country singer's track is the second single from her Slow Me Down album, which she released in March. "It's to symbolize the light going off in her head," Evans explains to Rolling Stone Country. "It's her being smart and realizing exactly what the relationship is."
Iggy Azalea made a stop by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon earlier this week for a performance of her latest single "Beg for It." She took to the stage in a pair of ultra-tight, high-wasted pink trousers during her renditions, for which she was backed by The Roots. The performance comes at a busy time for the Aussie MC, who also hit the stage at the AMAs.
Joe Bastianich has confirmed plans to exit "MasterChef" and "MasterChef Junior" at the end of the franchise's third season. Thus far the show's producers have not announced a replacement for Bastianich to join the remaining judges Gordon Ramsay and Graham Elliot. "Joe has played an integral role in the success of both MasterChef and MasterChef Junior . . ."
Ray Davies says that the Kinks play a show in the future, they would be called the Kinks, regardless of who is on stage playing the songs. "If we do a Kinks show, we're the Kinks," Davies responded to a statement his brother Dave Davies made where he said he doesn't want a Kinks tour to be the Ray Davies show, with his kid brother in the corner.
Fox has confirmed plans to cease production of its medical drama "Red Band Society" at the end of its current 13-episode season. Thus far the show has not been officially canceled by Fox, but the show has posted weak ratings and earned only 2.9 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic in its last reporting. The show follows a group of teens who are battling a variety of serious medical issues.
Aerosmith's 1998 ballad "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" recently saw a "huge spike" in Spotify streams after the Rosetta probe Philae touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Telegraph reports that "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" has become something of an anthem for comet-related news.
Natalie Portman is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic. The actress could bring some much needed starpower to the project, which previously had both Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio slated for the lead role before both backed out. According to the Daily Mail, Portman is just one of several big name leading ladies in the mix.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp says that he is flat broke and homeless, revealing that he even had to live in his truck. Stapp made the revelation in a video posted to Creed's Facebook page. He admitted that his issues began about eight weeks ago when he discovered that a large amount of money was missing. "I'm under some kind of pretty vicious attack," he said.