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demilovato-082417.jpg Demi Lovato revealed that she has battled suicidal thoughts since the age of 7 in a recent interview with Dr. Phil. "The very first time that I was suicidal was when I was seven, and I had this fascination with death," she said.

nilerodgers-071317.jpg Nile Rodgers has been named as the new Chief Creative Advisor for Abbey Road Studios. According to reports, in his new role Rodgers will be responsible for nurturing new talent, as well as recording with some of rock and pop's biggest artists. He will also use the studio as his primary creative base in the UK.

panic-at-the-disco-070916.jpg Panic! At the Disco has released the official track listing for their upcoming new album Pray For the Wicked, which is due out June 22, and have also revealed a US tour in support of its release. The band has also debuted two tracks from the upcoming release, "Say Amen (Saturday Night)" and "(F**k A) Silver Lining."

slash-072916.jpg Slash has confirmed plans for a new side project with Myles Kennedy. The band is dubbed the Conspirators and the Guns N' Roses legend shared news of the project this week saying he's thrilled to connect with Kennedy.

brad-paisley-062116.jpg Brad Paisley and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres have confirmed plans for a second fundraiser to benefit firefighters and first responders in Santa Barbara, California. The event, dubbed the "The 2nd Responders Benefit," is set to take place on May 12 at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara.

drake-092017.jpg Drake has revealed that he has a new single in the pipeline that was produced by Murda Beatz. Drizzy broke the news during the producer's recent Instagram Live session. "New single dropping soon produced by Chef Murda," Drake posted in the comment section.

evanescence-030618.jpg Evanescence have shared plans to re-release their classic album Lost Whispers. The release will come in limited edition vinyl for Record Store Day on April 21 and there will only be 2,500 copies available at small record stores nationwide.

sting-030918.jpg Sting has signed on for an appearance at the upcoming birthday celebration for Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. The event, celebrating the monarch's 92nd birthday, is set to take place at Royal Albert Hall in London on April 21.

kacey-070616.jpg Kacey Musgraves has revealed her newest single "High Horse." The track is pulled from her latest effort Golden Hour and the Nashville star opened up about the inspiration for the disco-tinged track during a recent interview on the BBC.

pharrellwilliams-060717.jpg Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke have lost another courtroom battle over their hit song "Blurred Lines" to the family of Marvin Gaye, who claimed it borrowed from his 1977 hit "Got To Give It Up."

linkin-park-071916.jpg Linkin Park's charity foundation has connected with the Entertainment Industry Foundation. The band's charity group, called Music For Relief, broke news of the new partnership earlier this week. They say they're thrilled to connect with the industry at large.

band-cheaptrick-032118.jpg Robin Zander, the lead singer of Cheap Trick, is set to make his first ever appearance in a Broadway concert this April. Zander will debut as a special guest vocalist for concert musical Rocktopia, produced by Rocktopia Broadway LLC in association with Hughes Wall LLC. Zander will perform in the show's final week beginning April 23.

carrieunderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood has signed on for a headlining performance at the upcoming CMA Music Festival. The event is set to take place in Nashville between June 7-10 and the CMA organizers broke the news of their headlining acts in a Tweet earlier this week.

jheneakio-101017.jpg Jhene Aiko has shared two new videos for the track "Never Call Me." The track is pulled from her album Trip and features Kurupt. She says elements from the visual collection are pulled from real life.

sturgillsimpson-121216.jpg Sturgill Simpson has been named a Kentucky Colonel, the highest title of honor someone can receive from the state's governor. Simpson was honored by both the Kentucky House of Representatives and Kentucky Senate in Frankfort earlier this week. In the House, Rep. James Kay called Simpson "a proud Kentuckian" and "a man of the people."

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