Florida Georgia Line have released their new video for the track "God, Your Mama and Me." The track is the most recent single from the band's current release Dig Your Roots and finds that band collaborating with none other than the Backstreet Boys.
Pharrell Williams has joined an already packed lineup for this year's upcoming Roots Picnic event. Solange, Lil Wayne and of course The Roots will also give headlining performances at the event, which will take place on Philadelphia's Festival Pier at Penn's Landing on June 3. "This definitely speaks to the staying power of the Roots . . ."
Catfish and the Bottlemen have reportedly signed on for a headlining performance at the upcoming Community music festival. The massive new event is scheduled to take place on July 1 in London's Finsbury Park. This year the band joins an impressive list of headliners set for the event including Slaves and the Wombats.
If you were hoping for a reunion of the original members of KISS anytime soon, you're out of luck says Paul Stanley. "No," Stanley told Billboard when asked about a potential reunion. "And that's not coming from any place of animosity. I sang on Ace's [Frehley] most recent album and did a video with him."
Katy Perry has released a new video for her track "Chained to the Rhythm." The vid finds Perry and friends living it up in a 1950s inspired theme park only to reveal that the fun and games have a darker twist. "So comfortable, we're living in a bubble," Perry sings. "So comfortable, we cannot see the trouble." She also makes a seemingly political outcry.
The wife of Red Hot Chili Peppers' drummer Chad Smith will not face charges for verbally and physically assaulting actor Scott Baio over his support for Donald Trump.
Eric Church has cancelled over 25,000 concert tickets that were bought by scalpers, the latest effort in his fight against third party ticket sales.
"They buy thousands of tickets across the U.S., not just mine, and they end up making a fortune," he told the Associated Press. "They use fake credit cards, fake IDs. All of this is fraud."
Blondie has revealed plans for a headlining performance at London's Roundhouse. The performance will come in support of their forthcoming new release Pollinator, which is due out on May 5.
In addition to the gig announcement, the band also released a new single off of their upcoming album, titled "My Monster." The new single features guitarist Johnny Marr.
Lauryn Hill has become a grandmother. Her son Zion Marley and his girlfriend have reportedly had a baby.
Hill has yet to publicly make a statement on her new grandson. However, Zion's father Rohan Marley has made multiple posts on social media sites.
Frances Bean Cobain paid tribute to her late father Kurt Cobain on February 20, which would've been his 50th birthday.
"Today would have been your 50th birthday. You are loved and you are missed," she wrote on Instagram. "Thank you for giving me the gift of life. Forever your daughter, Frances Bean." Forever your daughter, Frances Bean."
Hunter Hayes has offered up a virtual reality video for his new track "Yesterday's Song." Speaking of the track with people.com he said that it was a thrill to work within the burgeoning new video format.
Paul McCartney has reportedly hit the studio with Ringo Starr. The legendary drummer shared a photo of the pair in the studio together where they were also reportedly joined by Eagles legend Joe Walsh.
Many fans missed out on R. Kelly's set at the recent Soulquarius Festival over the weekend. The event took place at the Observatory Grounds in Santa Ana, California and various sources have reported that many technical and logistical glitches kept fans from catching some of the night's best music.
Selena Gomez offered up a new track late last week, which features an appearance by actor Vin Diesel. The track, titled "It Ain't Me," is a mix with Kygo, and Diesel opened up about the rare musical foray on Instagram.
Disturbed is planning on entering the studio in early 2018 to record the follow up to their 2015 album Immortalized, according to guitarist Dan Donegan.