Nile Rodgers has hinted at working with Beck and Sia in the near future. Rodgers, who will host his Fold Festival in New York this week with Beck among those performing, tweeted at the singer, "@Sia Hey Sia! @nilerodgers and @beck sending love from the studio. Hope to see you soon. Nx." The tweet was accompanied by a picture of Rodgers and Beck together.
Amy Schumer has opened up about her views on gun control during a recent edition of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." The topic came up in reference to a movie theater shooting that occurred during a showing of Schumer's current release "Trainwreck." "Man, what a bummer," Schumer said after Stewart addressed the shooting. "I was, like, legit heartbroken just to get that news."
Scott McCreery debuted his latest single "Southern Belle" during a recent appearance on Fox News' Fox & Friends. The singer performed the new track as part of the show's All-American Summer Concert Series. "Somewhere down South / There's a swinging screen door / Sundressed beauty on a hot front porch / Knocking one back, baby / Oh my Lord, have mercy," McCreery sings.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have reportedly filed for divorce. The 1990s rock super couple have been married for 13 years and have three kids together -- 9-year-old Kingston, 6-year-old Zuma and 1-year-old Apollo.
Zooey Deschanel has revealed her secret wedding to her boyfriend, producer Jacob Pechenik. The "New Girl" actor broke news of the wedding in a statement through her reps on Monday initially intended as a news release about their new baby daughter. The statement came out on Monday to confirm the birth of their new daughter, but also named Pechenik as Deschanel's husband.
Miley Cyrus sports a long blonde wig complete with bangs in a new ad for MAC Cosmetics. As part of the Viva Glam campaign, Cyrus pairs the wig with an off-the-shoulder floral bustier top and super small polka-dot patterned shorts, as well as bright ruby red lipstick. Cyrus posted a photo of the photo to her Instagram.
Kelly Clarkson performed a cover of 'N Sync's "Bye Bye Bye" during her recent tour stop in Buffalo, New York. Clarkson put her own spin on the turn-of-the-century track, urging the fans along the way to sing along. Clarkson has made it a tradition to ask her fans what cover song they would like to hear in each city she is in. "I will say, tonight is fun," Clarkson said.
David Gilmour has released his new video for the track "Rattle That Lock." The track also serves as the title track of his most recent album and the video was created by Alasdair & Jock from Trunk Animation under the supervision of the artists that made Pink Floyd's classic artwork. "I love animation when it does something that can't be achieved any other way."
Wiz Khalifa has taken some time out of his busy touring schedule to share a new freestyle video with fans. The Taylor Gang boss dropped the vid just outside his tour bus while on the Boys of Zummer tour with Fall Out Boy. In the freestyle, Wiz boasts about his habit for "spending Benjamins" and "touring the world, 360 degrees." The vid is currently streaming on YouTube.
Slash and KISS guitarist Ace Frehley have reportedly recorded a new version of a Thin Lizzy track. The track will be included on Ace's new covers album and Slash broke news of the recording session in a recent post to Twitter. "Had a really fun, live session with Ace Frehley last night, jamming on a Thin Lizzy tune for his new covers album," he said via Twitter.
Mariah Carey hit the studio with French Montana, Justin Bieber and producer Eric Hudson earlier this week. The session took place at the Record Plant studio in Hollywood on July 30 and Mariah broke news of the session via Instagram. She shared a photo of the all-star studio crew along with the note, "Coming soon? We love @frenchmontana #pondestudio #surprise ???????"
The 1970s rock-themed show in development between Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese has been dubbed Vinyl. The show has been years in development and is now set to hit the screen in 2016. The show will star Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde and Ray Romano. It is described by network HBO as, "Set in 1970s New York . . ."
Kendrick Lamar has released the new video for the track "For Free?" from his hit release To Pimp a Butterfly. The clip features Kendrick denying the many complaints of a distressed girlfriend as he shouts and raps "this d**k ain't free!" K-dot also recently opened up about plans to perform tracks from the release live.
Morrissey took time out of a recent show to pay tribute to two recent passed female icons. The singer shared his remembrances of both U.K. television presenter and singer Cilla Black and country singer Lynn Anderson, both of whom recently passed away. Moz, also on his fansite, paid tribute to Black, noting that her music was influential for generations.
Luke Bryan has revealed plans to live stream the album release concert for his forthcoming new effort Kill the Lights. The show is set to take place on August 7 and Bryan broke news of the concert plans while speaking with People Magazine. "I am so excited to be getting this new music out to my fans and cannot wait to be onstage and enjoy the album release night with them."