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beyonce-070916.jpg Shirlene Quigley, a 32-year old dancer from New Jersey, has been reported missing by her family. Quigley, who has worked as a backup dancer for performers such as Beyoncé and Rihanna, was last seen boarding a bus at Port Authority early Sunday morning. Quigley's father, who resides in California, became concerned for her welfare after he had not heard from her. He and his daughter would typically talk on the phone every day.

ZZ-Top-062016.jpg ZZ Top has announced a schedule of North American tour dates for what the band has dubbed its 2017 Tonnage tour. The tour currently consists of ten shows, beginning in Greenville, South Carolina on February 19. The tour will conclude with a show in Macon, Georgia on March 14. In between, the band will make stops in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, New York and Washington D.C.

Madonna-070916.jpg Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour is coming to Showtime later this year as its concert film counterpart Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour will premiere in December. The documentary, which serves as Madonna's first since her 2013 film MDNA World Tour, offers behind-the-scenes footage from throughout the seven-month, 55-city trek.

Tegan-and-Sara-083016.jpg Tegan And Sara have announced a string of U.K. tour dates set to kick off this winter. The run will start at the Roundhouse in London on February 13 and will run through February 19 at Vicar Street in Dublin. The run comes in support of their newest release, Love You to Death, which came out earlier this year.

the-deftones-062116.jpg Deftones have announced the dates for their European tour in support of their 2016 album release Gore. Tickets for the European dates are expected to go on sale beginning on October 28. The band will kick off their European tour on April 18 with a show in Austria. They have scheduled 14 shows, with stops in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Belgium, before they head to the United Kingdom. The final show is slated for May 7 in Glasgow.

MetallicaX-070916.jpg Metallica announced that "Atlas, Rise!," the newest song to be released from its upcoming album, Hardwired . . . To Self-Destruct, will be available on Halloween. The heavy metal band has already released two other tracks from the new album, "Hardwired" and "Moth Into Flame." Metallica has also announced a promotional deal with select independent record stores. Fans will be able to pick up a Halloween mask at the stores, which will include an access code.

beatles69-063016.jpg Paul McCartney responded to a recent story Phil Collins told of them meeting. Collins revealed in an interview with the U.K.'s Sunday Times last week how his opinion of McCartney went from one of admiration to one of revulsion after he had the opportunity to meet the former Beatle over a decade ago.

imge2-102516.jpg Ellie Goulding will perform at London's Royal Albert Hall to benefit the charity Streets Of London to help fight homelessness in the capital. This year marks the third consecutive year Goulding has worked with the charity. "I am so thrilled to put on my third show for Streets of London," Goulding said. "My passion to tackle homelessness continues to drive me . . ."

pinkfloyd-062916.jpg Roger Waters, Neil Young and My Morning Jacket all shared the stage for a cover of Bob Dylan's "Forever Young" at this year's Bridge School Benefit concert. Waters' seven-song set also featured three cuts off Pink Floyd's The Wall, including "Mother," "Vera" and "Bring the Boys Back Home" and more.

common-062716.jpg Common has released "Red Wine" another new track from his upcoming album Black America Again. The rapper is joined on the song by The Internet's Syd, who handles the intro, and by Elena Pinderhughes. "Red Wine" joins previously released tracks "Home," "Joy and Peace" and the album's title track "Black America Again."

Horizon-090216.jpg Bring Me the Horizon hope that their upcoming sixth studio album will be "dancier" and "darker" than anything they've released to date. "It's something we do that comes across really well live you know when the song to us has a breakdown or like a heavy dance kind of vibe to it," frontman Oli Sykes told NME. "You know there's not many acts like that."

adele-061416.jpg Ticket sales for British singer Adele's current tour, Adele Live 2016, have crossed the $150 million mark and are still going strong. The tour launched back in February in support of her new album 25. Through the first week of October, the tally from sales has put Adele's tour in the number one spot in Billboard's Hot Tour list.

ZacBrownBandFenway-071916.jpg Coy Bowles, a member of the Zac Brown Band, and his wife Kylie have announced the birth of their baby girl, Hattie Bowles. The baby was born on her due date of October 21. Bowles wrote in an Instagram post, "Mother and baby are happy and healthy. Life is good. And the journey begins."

MaryJBlige-062416.jpg Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar teamed up for a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "American Skin (41 Shots)." The new version featuring Lamar is a studio version of the cover Blige recently sang acapella while holding hands with Hillary Clinton. "Gun admitted, he bear arm / The entity, arm and leg and head made to destroy / 80 percent of the victim was yours . . ."

philcollins-061616.jpg Phil Collins will embark on a series of comeback shows next year, and while he'll be performing those shows solo, he says that touring with Genesis down the line might be a possibility. "We're still great pals. Tony [Banks], Mike [Rutherford] and I went out on my birthday in London," he told Rolling Stone. "Anything can happen, really."

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