Alanis Morissette's former manager Jonathan Schwartz admitted to stealing nearly $5 million from the singer in court on January 18. The BBC reported on the case, which included an additional $2 million claim, which Schwartz admitted from stealing from other clients. Morissette employed Schwartz from 2009 to 2016.
Ringo Starr has released his new track "Now The Time Has Come" as a free download. The track initially appeared in September as part of the International Day of Peace celebration and this marks the first official release for the track. The track urges a message of hope and reconciliation and comes just days before hundreds of thousands across the country will march in protest of Trump.
Soundgarden has officially announced the release of a remixed deluxe edition of their debut LP, 1988's Ultramega OK. The album will be released via Sub Pop Records.
Lady Antebellum have ended their self-imposed hiatus with a bang, by announcing not only a new album but also a new world tour. The band will release their sixth studio album, Heart Break, on June 9 via Capitol Nashville. "We knew right away that we had to name this album after a track that is a play on the word 'heartbreak,'" Hillary Scott shares in a press release.
Fat Joe has signed a new management deal with Jay Z's Roc Nation, according to a press release.
Joe's publicist issued a statement on the news, calling his upcoming Plata o Plomo joint album with Remy Ma his "first release after joining the Roc Nation management family."
Janelle Monae has reportedly signed on to appear as a headlining performer at the upcoming Women's March on Washington. Organizers of the event announced the slate of performers that will appear on January 18. The list now includes Maxwell, Mary Chapin Carpenter, the Indigo Girls, MC Lyte, Samantha Ronson, Toshi Reagon and Emily Wells.
Jason Aldean has signed on to appear at the upcoming iHeartCountry festival. The event is set to take place on May 6 in Austin, Texas and this year Aldean joins a stacked lineup including Dierks Bentley and Little Big Town.
Iron Maiden have announced a new 25-date North American leg of their 'Book Of Souls Tour.' The band also announced that they will be supported at the new shows by Ghost.
The new trek kicks off June 3 in Bristow, Virginia and is currently scheduled to wrap up with the band's first-ever show in Brooklyn, New York on July 21 at the Barclays Center.
Gorillaz has released "Hallelujah Money," the band's first new track in six years.
According to a representative for the band, "Hallelujah Money" is "a rumination on power, big business, and money." The virtual band released the tune along with a bizarre animated clip that features guest vocalist Benjamin Clementine singing while in a trippy version of Trump Hotel.
Rick Wakeman has recently revealed that he once contributed to a David Bowie track as a pianist. The Yes rocker made the revelation that he was, in fact, the pianist on the track "Oh! You Pretty Things," which appeared on Bowie's legendary album Hunky Dory.
A new video has rekindled the urban legend that Elvis Presley is actually alive. The renewed rumors come after a live streamed video that appeared during the recent birthday celebrations that took place at Graceland. A group called Evidence Elvis Presley Is Alive has lined up behind the video in an attempt to prove it is valid.
T.I. has sounded off against both Kanye West and Steve Harvey for taking meetings with President Elect Donald Trump. In a series of posts to Instagram, Tip blasted the pair for playing into the greater plan of the President Elect, whom he believes is attempting sway the media for his own interest.
Little Big Town have revealed the official cover art and track listing for their upcoming new album The Breaker.
The album's cover features the band in the middle of the woods posing on a large fallen tree. The cover also features all of the album's songs listed, including "Better Man," which was partially written by Taylor Swift.
Bruce Springsteen offered up a special tribute performance for outgoing President Barack Obama. The unannounced gig took place at the White House on January 12 and The Boss offered up a solo, all-acoustic performance conceived specifically as a treat to Obama's staff.
3 Doors Down have offered an explanation for performing at Donald Trump's presidential inauguration ceremony.
"Once you get to the point that you've been in rock for 16 years and a whole bunch of people get p*ssed off with you on Twitter, it's like: that's good for us," the band's manager Angus Vail tells Vice.