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Tyler-032615.jpg Tyler Farr has chosen "Better in Boots" as his next single, the third to be released from his recent Suffer in Peace album. "I was more excited to make this second album because, from my freshman album to my sophomore album, the last year and a half, I've been able to grow so much as an artist and really hone in on who I am as an artist," Farr tells The Boot.

Ashanti-062111.jpg Ashanti was reportedly hit with a bottle during her performance in Australia after she showed up late and cut her performance short. "Concert-goers have targeted Ja Rule and Ashanti who were scheduled to hit the stage at 11:30pm, three hours after doors opened, did not come on until 12:30am and only performed for half an hour," Boom 92 Houston reports.

Metallica-102709.jpg Metallica's biography has been released in comic book form. Titled Orbit: Metallica, the new 28-page comic was written by Michael L. Frizell and illustrated by Jayfri Hashim and tells the story of the band's formation and career.

RollingStones-110409.jpg The Rolling Stones reportedly earned over $100 million from their recently wrapped Zip Code Tour, according to Billboard. As Billboard reports, the band sold 628,733 concert tickets throughout the tour, with gross earnings from the live stint adding up to $109.7 million. It was previously reported that the group have made $360 million from touring since 2012.

imge2-073015.jpg A portion of Travis Tritt's property caught fire recently, according to TMZ. TMZ reports that Tritt's mother-in-law called 911 after returning from the grocery store to a fire in the backyard of his Georgia house.

BillyCorgan-031411.jpg After a photo of Billy Corgan at Disneyland went viral earlier this month, the Smashing Pumpkins fronter responded in a Q&A with his fan club. The pic sees Corg looking upset on a kids rollercoaster. "I literally had somebody say to me the other day, I think it was at Disneyland: 'Hey, you don't seem that into this,'" he explained.

DaveGrohl-060211.jpg Foo Fighters fans will go to great lengths in order to get the band to play in their hometown, the latest fanbase being in the small town of Cesena, Italy, where 1,000 fans learned to play the Foo's track "Learn To Fly" in a bid to get them to play there.

katyperry-020713.jpg Katy Perry's bid to purchase a Los Angeles-area convent has been delayed and will not happen anytime soon. Perry has wanted to buy the hilltop convent to be her personal residence for several years. A group of elderly nuns and the archbishop of Los Angeles are in the middle of a legal fight over who has control of the sale and its proceeds.

valerieharper-042814.jpg Valerie Harper was hospitalized prior to a performance of "Nice Work If You Can Get It" at a Maine theater, the Ogunquit, earlier this week. Harper, 75, has battled cancer in the past. On Thursday, Valerie's rep released a statement saying she's "resting comfortably and will remain in the hospital for observation for the time being."

Mjackson-072712.jpg Joe Jackson, father and former manager of Michael Jackson, is currently in stable condition after suffering a stroke. Jackson is being treated in a Sao Paulo hospital. Jackson's associate Paulo Andre Silva has told Billboard that he "remains in the intensive care unit" but is "in stable condition."

imge1-073015.jpg FOX has canceled "Knock Knock Live," the Ryan Seacrest door-to-door surprise show, after two episodes. The premiere pulled in a disappointing 1.7 million viewers, while the follow-up dipped to 1.6 million, including a 0.5 rating among the 18-49 demo. The program featured Seacrest, along with his correspondents - Kellie Pickler and Ross Matthews - surprising home owners with custom gifts.

judaspriest-120209.jpg Judas Priest have announced a new North American trek in support of their latest album, Redeemer Of Souls. They will be joined along the way by Mastodon. The mostly West Coast tour features a number of stops throughout California and Canada, including stops in San Francisco and San Jose, as well as Vancouver and Winnipeg.

U2-100209.jpg U2's Bono claimed John Lennon and all the other members of the Beatles as Irish during an event in New York City on Wednesday, July 29. The frontman attended a ceremony on Ellis Island to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Lennon receiving his U.S. green card. While at the event Bono addressed the 1974 iconic portrait of Lennon at Ellis Island holding up a peace sign.

JessieJ-061311.jpg Jessie J says she'd like to have a baby sometime in the future. Speaking with Business Standard, the U.K. star, who is currently dating R&B star Luke James, stops short of committing. "Have a baby - not today! But that's something that I hope that I'm blessed with in my life," she began. "I would love to build a school in Africa. I would love to write a book."

CarlyRae-030713.jpg Carly Rae Jepsen will play two shows in South Africa in support of her EMOTION release. The dates come at the Grand Arena, Grand West, Cape Town on October 21 and the Monument Amphitheatre, Pretoria on October 24. EMOTION is the follow-up to Jepsen's debut album Kiss. "Call Me Maybe," the mega hit from Kiss climbed to number one on the iTunes singles charts.

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