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montgomery-102116.jpg Eddie Montgomery's wife Jennifer has thanked fans for their support in the wake of the tragic death of Troy Gentry. "We want to thank you for the outpouring of love, comfort and prayers," Montgomery wrote on Twitter. "Friends like you have helped us get through this difficult time." Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash on September 8.

CarrieUnderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood has opened up about her new workout plan. The country star has revealed that while she maintains a svelte body, she isn't putting in nearly the number of gym hours that she used to.

Drake-061917.jpg Drake has added a tattoo tribute to Denzel Washington to his ever-growing collection of body art. Tattoo artist Inal Bersekov shared the new piece with his followers, noting that it was still unfinished. According to Bersekov, this was only after the first session of the portrait, which is of Washington as Bleek Gilliam in the 1990 film, Mo' Better Blues.

JohnFogerty-040811.jpg John Fogerty has signed an exclusive record deal with BMG for a new solo album and to reissue his solo catalog. "I'm excited to partner with BMG for the next chapter of my music career," Fogerty said in a statement. "Their enthusiasm and confidence, affording me the creative freedom to make the music I want to make, has been absolutely refreshing."

red-hot-chili-peppers-070916.jpg Despite running into some technical issues, Red Hot Chili Peppers powered through their closing set at New York City's The Meadows music festival over the weekend.

keyshia-cole-111116.jpg Keyshia Cole will release her seventh studio album, 11:11 Reset, in October. Cole took to Twitter to make the announcement, revealing that her first album since 2014's Point of No Return will arrive on October 20. "10/20 album will be released," she tweeted. "I've been working so hard on this Album man!!!!"

Sting-062316.jpg Sting will take part in an upcoming tribute concert to the late Leonard Cohen, scheduled to take place on the anniversary of his death. Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello, Philip Glass, Feist, The Lumineers' Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites, k.d. lang, Damien Rice, Patrick Watson, and more will take part.

ThomasRhett-091817.jpg Thomas Rhett has netted his first ever number one album on the Billboard 200 chart with his recently released Life Changes. Billboard reports that Life Changes earned 123,000 equivalent album units in the week ending September 14, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 94,000 were in traditional album sales.

Linkin-Park-071916.jpg Linkin Park has announced plans to hold a tribute concert for late singer Chester Bennington at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on October 27. It will be the first time that the surviving members of the band have played together since Bennington's death back on July 20. The proceeds from the show will be donated to Music for Relief's One More Light Fund in Bennington's memory.

CarlyRae-030713.jpg Carly Rae Jepsen has released a second video for "Cut The Feeling," which is taken from the new animated film Leap. As opposed to the first video's blend of performance clips and animated cuts, the new clip features behind-the-scenes, handheld camera footage of Jepsen shooting the video.

ArethaFranklin-110909.jpg Aretha Franklin will perform at Elton John's annual AIDS charity event, which takes place in New York this November. Neil Patrick Harris will host John's charity event, which will feature performances by Grammy and Tony winner Heather Headley and violinist Joshua Bell.

dolly-parton-070916.jpg Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin staged a 9 to 5 cast reunion onstage at the 2017 Emmy Awards. "I have been waiting to do a 9 to 5 reunion since we did the movie," Parton said. Tomlin and Fonda took a few shots at President Donald Trump, comparing him to Dabney Coleman's Franklin Hart Jr. from the 1980 film.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, and Steven Van Zandt teamed up for two performances of the Beatles' classic "I Saw Her Standing There" during his Madison Square Garden show. "Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Bruce Springsteen," McCartney told the crowd as chants of "Bruuuuce!" filled the arena. "The last time we played together was in London's Hyde Park . . ."

foofighters-061616.jpg Foo Fighters were joined by Hives frontman Pelle Almqvist to cover AC/DC's "Let There Be Rock" during their recent gig in Stockholm, Sweden. Before bringing out Almqvist, Grohl talked about his admiration for him, revealing that he even dressed as Almqvist and covered the Hives' "Hate to Say I Told You So" at Foo Fighters' Halloween 2002 gig in New York.

samsmith-022515.jpg Sam Smith has released a new video for "Too Good At Goodbyes," the first single off of his upcoming new album. The new clip features Smith singing the piano ballad alone, along with a mix of shots of other couples going through an emotional cycle. "This song is about me and about a relationship I was in," Smith told Apple Music of "Too Good At Goodbyes."

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