Three Days Grace are readying the release of their fifth studio album, Human, the band's first release to feature new vocalist Matt Walst, who replaced Adam Gontier two years ago. Fans who don't want to wait until the album is released on March 31 can pre-order it and get a pair of tracks -- "I Am Machine" and "Painkiller" -- the album's first two singles now.
Rod Stewart is reportedly working on a reality show based on his family life. The 70-year-old rocker's show, which is reported to be filmed for E!, will feature his home life with wife Penny Lancaster and their children Alastair, 9, and Aiden, 4.
Wynonna Judd will take part in the 2015 South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Conference in Austin, Texas for an in-depth interview with NPR's Ann Powers and a special musical performance. Judd will sit down with Powers to discuss her prolific career, as well as her current and future plans.
Paul McCartney has made a previously unreleased Wings song available to his fans as a free download. The track, "Love My Baby," features McCartney singing along with a celeste and was recorded for the 1974 Wings documentary film One Hand Clapping, in which McCartney and his band play songs from the 1973 album Band on The Run.
Lady Antebellum has assured their fans that they will never be on Behind the Music. "We've all watched these bands on Behind the Music. We know how this goes, and we're not going to do that," Dave Haywood says of the band's early decision to keep drama out of the picture during their Country Music Seminar in Nashville recently.
Kelly Clarkson is taking in stride comments made about her weight by British television personality/pundit Katie Hopkins. "Jesus, what happened to Kelly Clarkson? Did she eat all of her backup singers? Happily I have wide-screen," Hopkins, a writer for The Sun, tweeted after seeing Clarkson on the Graham Norton Show.
Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen is auctioning off his guitars online. The guitarist teamed up with Reverb to put 25 of his most collectible axes on the block. "Rick Nielsen here. I love guitars and guitars love me, but sometimes they need new homes where they can live to rock another day. I've teamed up with my pals here at Reverb to get some gems from my private collection . . ."
Jason Aldean and Brittany Kerr will marry this summer. Aldean notes that the ceremony will be "pretty small and low-key," telling CMT's Cody Alan, "the wedding will be fun; I've gotten some characters showing up." He added that he isn't sure if there will be a bachelor party, but if there is, it won't be low-key.
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan has issued an update on the progress the band is making on their highly-anticipated new album. "I've been making regular trips to LA to check on the writing progress of my Tool brethren," Keenan said in the statement.
Neil Patrick Harris says that his most recent go round as Oscar host was likely his last. Speaking with the Huffington Post, he opined that he and the producers came under too heavy fire for the 2015 event. "I don't know that my family nor my soul could take it," he said. "It's a beast. It was fun to check off the list . . ."
2 Chainz is catching shade from Nancy Grace for smoking a 24 karat joint on his GQ series World's Most Expensive Sh*t. After smoking the world's most expensive joint at Stogz Tobacco shop in Los Angeles with celebrity medical marijuana consultant Dr. Dina, Rolling Stone reached out to HLN host Nancy Grace for her take.
Harrison Ford crash landed his vintage World War II plane on the green of a Santa Monica golf course on Thursday afternoon, avoiding serious injury himself and injury to others after the craft's engine failed. "He risked life and limb by putting it down on the golf course instead of trying to go further to try to get back to the airport," an eyewitness on the golf course told NBC.
Flo Rida returns to his roots, quite literally, in his new video for "Once In a Lifetime." The vid features Flo walking in a parade wearing an MLK t-shirt. He filmed the video at this year's MLK Day parade in Miami, at which he was the grand marshal.
Weezer and Wilco are just a few of the big name acts set to take part in the 20th annual Gathering of the Vibes. They join the likes of the Gaslight Anthem, the String Cheese Incident and Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals at the festival, which was originally formed as a way for Grateful Dead fans to get together and pay their respects.
Madonna thinks that Kanye West is both a "brilliant madman" and a "beautiful mess." "It's really hard to describe Kanye in one sentence," she told Rolling Stone. "He's a brilliant madman."