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journey-the-band-101916.jpg Journey has teased that they may soon be planning to announce a tour with Def Leppard. The comment came via an Instagram post in which Neal Schon announced his guest appearance on the G3 tour. "Going to be guesting at G3 this Sunday with Joe, John and Phil," he wrote. "See you there."

Image14-020516.jpg Seal is the newest celebrity facing sexual assault allegations this week. The "Fly Like an Eagle" singer has been hit with the claims by a former neighbor named Tracey Birdsall, who claims that he forcibly kissed and groped her in 2016. In a statement Birdsall played out the incident claiming that he initially grabbed her to which she yelled: "What are you doing!?"

CoreyTaylor-091917.jpg Corey Taylor's full acoustic performance from Koko in London, England can now be viewed on YouTube. "Live In London" features songs from Taylor's catalog, as well as a number of covers, including the Cure's "Lovesong." "London is a city that holds a special place in my heart and I'm so happy this night was captured for you all to see."

HunterHayes-0062817.jpg Hunter Hayes has released another new track, titled "This Girl." It was co-written by Jordan Schmidt, Andy Albert, and Jessie Jo Dillon. The track is part of his ongoing new music series. "Yeah, I swear that I'd trade everything I chase / They could take it all away / Long as I get to love this girl," he sings on the new track.

kanye-west-070916.jpg Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian welcomed the latest addition to their family on Monday. The couple's surrogate gave birth to a baby girl. The newborn joins their daughter North and their son Saint.

ToniBraxton-011618.jpg Toni Braxton has dropped her new track with Birdman titled "Heart Away." The track comes amidst rumors of a budding romance between the two and finds Braxton paying tribute to her new bad boy lover.

Band-Paramore-072817.jpg Paramore took on a cover of Blondie's classic "Heart of Glass" during a recent stop on their ongoing UK tour. The band took the stage at the 02 Arena in London last week and they also offered up snippets of the Tom Tom Club deep cut "Genius of Love" and Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody."

davidcassidy-022117.jpg David Cassidy's family has been sued by two Florida law firms for massive unpaid bills. The firms, named Rodier & Rodier and Saavedra, claim that the Partridge Family star owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills and both had previously sued the singer.

slash-072916.jpg Gibson presented the final version of a rare limited edition guitar to Slash during the recent Consumer Electronics Show. The guitar was conceived after Slash used a similar prototype during the recent Guns N' Roses reunion tour and now an ultra low run of them will be offered to the public.

brad-paisley-062116.jpg Brad Paisley has been honored with the St. Jude hospital Randy Owen Angel Among Us award. The award recognizes those who make lasting contributions to the children's research center and was named for the Alabama singer.

SamSmith-112917.jpg Sam Smith has confirmed a string of arena tour dates for Australia. The run is set to kick off on November 2 at Auckland's Spark Arena, and will make stops in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney before concluding on November 20 at Perth Arena.

jack-whites-070916.jpg Jack White has confirmed that his new solo album Boarding House Reach is set for release on March 23. The album will drop via his own label, Third Man Records, along with XL Recordings in the UK. A press release from White's company says it could be his most expansive work to date.

johnycash-081716.jpg Film-maker Thom Zimny is set to direct an as yet untitled documentary on "The Man In Black," Johnny Cash. News of the upcoming documentary on the country legend comes a day ahead of the 50th anniversary of his famous concert at Folsom Prison, which was the basis for his record shattering concert album, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison.

jennifer-lopez-070616.jpg Jennifer Lopez will guest star on a future episode of Will & Grace. She appeared during the original run of the hit show, performing on stage and even taking Jack (Sean Hayes) on tour with her as a backup dancer.

BillyJoel-102417.jpg Foreigner's Lou Gramm and Mick Jones were the latest guests to join Billy Joel onstage during his long running residency at New York City's Madison Square Garden. The trio performed the band's hits "Urgent" and "Cold as Ice."

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