An upcoming performance by T.I. at a joint graduation party in Florida has been cancelled in the wake of a shooting that recently took place at one of his shows in New York City. TMZ reports that organizers have now called the concert off and are demanding a refund of the $55,000 deposit they sent the rapper.
Spoon debuted a new song, "I Ain't The One," and also covered David Bowie and Prince during their first performance on 2016 at Mexican festival Marvin. The festival, Spoon's first live performance in six months, was the band's second airing of new material aired in public since their 2014 album They Want My Soul.
Ariana Grande and Christina Aguilera teamed up for a performance of their collaboration "Dangerous Woman" on the finale on The Voice. The track serves as the title number to Grande's new release and the pair shared a photo together from backstage at the show. Grande also made recent headlines when she released a new video for her song "Into You."
Rock/metal supergroup Gone is Gone have release a new single titled "Starlight." The track is pulled from their new EP which is due out this summer through Rise Records/BMG. The band is comprised of Mastodon, Troy Sanders, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, and At The Drive-In's drummer Tony Hajjar.
Trey Songz has dropped his new track "3 Times in a Row (Remix)." The release is a remix of the Georgia duo TK-N-Cash's track of the same name and finds Trigga boasting about his bedroom prowess. "Nasty n***a, Three times in a row, I bet I leave that pussy dead," he boasts on the track. Songz has offered up his new track "All I Had."
Ozzy Osbourne was honored in his hometown of Birmingham, England by having a tram named after him. The rock legend was also the very first passenger on the Ozzy Osbourne tram. Osbourne took the tram on its route from Corporation Square in the centre of Birmingham to the city's newly expanded New Street station.
Brad Paisley shared his views on North Carolina's controversial "bathroom law" in an impromptu song during a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The song was a take on Tammy Wynette's 1968 hit "Stand by Your Man." "We were way ahead of that in our format. Country music dealt with this in the Sixties," Paisley tells Kimmel as he strummed.
Joe Perry once asked Johnny Depp for guitar lessons, according to Alice Cooper. Perry, who, along with Depp and Cooper, are members of the Hollywood Vampires, a band dedicated to the memory of Cooper's late drinking buddies Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon and John Lennon, apparently saw Depp play guitar in a movie and was pretty blown away.
The Strokes' latest EP Future Present Past is now available for streaming. The band shared three new songs, "Oblivius," "Drag Queen" and "Threat Of Joy," from the EP, the band's first new music since 2013's Comedown Machine. The new EP is rounded out by a remix of "Oblivius" by drummer Fab Moretti.
Randy Travis fills the role of a dying country music legend in the upcoming new film The Price. The Price, which was filmed before Travis suffered a debilitating stroke in 2013, also stars Travis' real-life wife Mary as an old-flame who gave birth to his son 20-something years earlier.
David Crosby is not a fan of Neil Young's recent decision to allow Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to use his song "Rockin' in the Free World" at rallies. Young recently backed off his stance regarding Trump's use of the track, saying in a new interview that he "doesn't have anything against him" for using it.
Blake Shelton will serve as the headliner for this year's Stars for Second Harvest benefit concert. The Stars for Second Harvest concert benefits the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee; in the past 11 years, the annual event has helped raise nearly $900,000. The 12th annual concert is set to take place on June 7 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
Radiohead have performed their beloved track "2+2=5" for the first time since 2009. The performance came during the band's recent show in Paris and the Hail to the Thief track was joined by the OK Computer classics "Airbag" and "Climbing Up the Walls." The band made headlines earlier this spring when they made their return to the stage for the first time since 2012.
Paul McCartney will not be appearing on U.K version of the The Voice anytime soon. The former Beatle turned down an offer to be a coach on the upcoming season of the reality singing series. The Voice is moving to ITV from BBC1 for its next series, which will start in 2017.
Rihanna is expanding her fashion empire by teaming with Dior for a new line of sunglasses. RiRi and Dior are collaborating on a collection of futuristic sunglasses simply called "Rihanna." According to WWD, the frames will be sold exclusively at Dior retail stores starting in early June. The one style is available in silver, pink, blue, green, and red, and will retail for $840.