Drake has revealed plans to postpone his upcoming European tour. The Toronto MC broke the news to fans over the weekend explaining that he needs more time to prepare technical aspects of the show. It's not all bad news, however, as he also noted that those technical issues will include many new features to his stage show.
The notoriously reclusive Beyoncé sat down for a rare interview with none other than her sister Solange for Interview Magazine earlier this week. During the chat Solange vowed to stay unapologetically strong and set an example for young women coming after her.
Loretta Lynn has been tapped to get the Country Music Hall of Fame treatment later this year. Lynn is one of several iconic acts that will have full exhibits built around their career at the Hall in 2017 and news of the new installation came earlier this week in an unveiling at the venue.
A new entertainment complex is coming to the grounds of Elvis Presley's famed Graceland home in March. The new complex will include 200,000 square feet of entertainment facilities and will sit across the street from Graceland, which opened as a museum of The King's life shortly after his death in 1977.
David Byrne has revealed plans for a new musical he is composing based on the life of Joan of Arc. The new work, titled Joan of Arc: Into the Fire, will feature a book, lyrics and music all composed by Byrne and is set to open at New York's Public Theatre on March 15.
Lady Gaga will not play Donatella Versace in the upcoming third season of FX's American Crime Story, according to show creator Ryan Murphy.
Murphy adds that Gaga was never really in consideration for the starring role of the upcoming new season, which will explore the designer's 1997 murder.
Kiss have announced details on their seventh Kiss Kruise, which hits the open waters this November.
Kiss Kruise VII is scheduled to depart from New Orleans on November 5 for a cruise that will last five-days in which cruisers will venture to Costa Maya and Cozumel.
Sam Hunt has signed on for a headlining performance at the upcoming Pepsi Rock the South Festival. The event is scheduled to take place in Cullman, Alabama between June 2 and 3. The event was initially launched as a fundraiser for communities hit by tornadoes in Alabama and has since shifted into a fundraiser for the Cullman community.
Northern California's Michael Van and the Movers return with their new full length release A Little More Country. It's a collection of classic-sounding bar room love songs with titles like "Juanita," "Gimme Back My Guitar" and "River Road."
Soundgarden and Def Leppard have both signed on as headliners for the upcoming Rocklahoma Festival. The event is set to take place between May 26-28 at "Catch the Fever" Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma.
Common has revealed plans to appear at a benefit event for Planned Parenthood. The event, dubbed Show Up!, is set to take place at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on January 19th and will be hosted by Monica Simpson, the Executive Director of SisterSong, the National Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective.
Katy Perry has once again thrown her muscle into social justice issues, this time with a PSA video created to raise awareness about the Japanese internment camps during World War II. The video is aimed at educating the public about the dangers of xenophobia and focuses on the story of 89-year-old Haru Kuromiya.
Monmouth University in New Jersey will reportedly be the home a new Bruce Springsteen archive. The archive will formally be dubbed the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music and it will house various mementos from the Boss' illustrious career as well as music and other media.
Blake Shelton has signed on for an appearance at the upcoming People's Choice Awards. The event is set to air live January 18 on CBS at 9PM ET and Blake is nominated for three awards. Actor Joel McHale is set to host the event.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have reportedly penned the score for a new film about the Vietnam War. The pair created over two hours of music for the 10-part, 18-hour documentary titled The Vietnam War, which is said to be slated for a September premier.