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foofighters-061616.jpg The Foo Fighters took to the stage once again in Los Angeles for a special charity show to raise money for area schools. The band has been on hiatus since late November 2015, following its tour in support of Sonic Highways. The Foo Fighters played around 25 songs for a small crowd. The set list included original songs as well as covers, with assistance from an impressive list of music icons.

imge1-092116.jpg Nude drawings of Iggy Pop that the musician recently posed for as part of a new art display have been compared to Michelangelo's David. "Even models who have been doing life drawing for years don't quite know how to pose to best express themselves," said Guno Park, one of the artists. "But Iggy was so natural and comfortable. He would naturally go towards the contrapostal pose of Michelangelo's David."

jeff-ament-061016.jpg Former Pearl Jam drummer Dave Abbruzzese has slammed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for leaving his name off of the band's nomination. "It's just a fine opportunity to see what Pearl Jam has to say in response," he wrote on his personal Facebook page. "Let's see if they do the right thing. It'll be interesting to see the spin that is put on it. I've seen them change a 15 year old settlement agreement just by ignoring its contents and withholding money . . ."

justinbieber-060916.jpg What began in jest may soon translate into a big payday for an employee at a British pub who listed a milk glass that was used by Justin Bieber for sale on eBay. Bieber was photographed eating a meal at the King's Oak Hotel with his bodyguard, where he reportedly dined on salmon, mashed potatoes and a glass of milk.

amylee2-090916.jpg Evanescence announced that they will release their first vinyl box set on December 9. The box set, which will be called The Ultimate Collection, will consist of six LPs on 180-gram black heavyweight vinyl. The box set will feature the band's three studio albums, Fallen, The Open Door and Evanescence, as well as the first release of their demo album.

bobdylan-061316.jpg Bob Dylan is reportedly "strongly leaning" toward focusing on his gospel period for the thirteenth installment of his archival bootleg series. The only other set under major consideration is one that chronicles the 1974 Blood on the Tracks sessions, according to a source. "Personally I think the gospel set is more interesting," says a source close to the Dylan camp.

montgomery-102116.jpg Montgomery Gentry have been announced for the 2016 Christmas 4 Kids charity concert at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Joining Montgomery Gentry are the Marshall Tucker Band, who will headline the event for the second year in a row. Ray Stevens, Aaron Tippin, James Robert Webb and Ty Bates are also set to perform.

deep-set-eyes-071916.jpg Cher performed her most famous song "I Got You Babe" with host James Corden on The Late Late Show. Although they tweaked the lyrics of the 1965 Sonny & Cher classic to appeal more to the youth of today, in the age of social media. The first change came in the title of the song, which the pair renamed "I Got You Bae."

beyonce-070916.jpg Beyoncé offered up performances of her tracks "6 Inch" and "Haunted" at TIDAL X: 1015. The icon suffered an injury during the show when her earring was caught on a garment and cut her ear. She pushed through and later came back to speak with the crowd. "I know this year has been extremely hard for us," she said. "I know sometimes I've felt powerless and frustrated."

Motley-Crue-070616.jpg Former Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has pleaded guilty to a charge of misdemeanor battery for his role in an altercation at a Las Vegas hotel this past April. According to TMZ, Neil will pay a $1,000 fine, spend six months on "informal probation" and undergo impulse control counseling as a result of his plea. Neil initially entered a not guilty plea in July.

bruno-mars-061016.jpg Bruno Mars has signed on to open the upcoming American Music Awards. He will offer up a performance of his new single "24K Magic" at the show, which will air live from L.A.'s Microsoft Theater on Sunday, November 20, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. News of Mars' appearance was released by the AMA's on their official Twitter page writing: "Let's set this party off right!"

frank-ocean-062215.jpg Frank Ocean and Chance the Rapper were invited as special guests to President Barack Obama's last state dinner. The two artists also brought a special guest of their own. Both of the rappers brought with them a parent as a special invited guest. Chance brought along his father, Ken Bennett, who once worked under Senator Obama. Ocean brought along his mother, Katonya Breaux.

coleswindell-061016.jpg Cole Swindell has revealed the official track listing for his upcoming Down Home Session III EP. The new EP coincides with Swindell's third annual Down Home Tour. "I can't wait for my Down Home Tour this year, and am really excited to partner with CMT this time," Swindell says. "The fans in these cities and towns have been behind me since I first played in these clubs — supporting me in every way. Sending me Facebook messages and tweets.

KingsOfLeon-082416.jpg Kings Of Leon performed a cover of "Hands To Myself," a pop song by Selena Gomez, during their visit to the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. Their version proved more mellow and subdued than Gomez's upbeat dance hit from her Revival album. Kings Of Leon performed a similar feat during their previous visit to the Live Lounge, when they belted out their version of Robyn's "Dancing On My Own."

chainz-watchout-062016.jpg 2 Chainz has just released a new song titled "Good Drank," which was produced by Mike Dean. The artist, formerly known as Tity Boi, is joined on the track by both Gucci Mane and Quavo. Photos have emerged on Instagram of the trio on the set of a video they are shooting for the new song. It is unclear at this point if "Good Drank" will be a single from the forthcoming album from 2 Chainz, which is expected to be called BC (Before Chainz).

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