Following the pair's wedding anniversary, Tim McGraw has opened up about the night he proposed to his wife Faith Hill. Writing on Facebook, McGraw said he made the leap while he and Hill stood in his dressing room trailer. "I looked at her and grabbed her by the hands right before I went on stage, she'd already done her show."
Melanie Fiona has released a new video for "I Tried," which is set to appear on the singer's third album. In the new clip, Fiona performs inside of a glass cage in a dark room. The new video is intended to raise awareness about social justice issues like domestic violence, mass shootings, police brutality, rape, racial inequality and human trafficking.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is not a fan of singing competition reality shows, inveighing against the format in a recent interview with NME. Wood says it's a form that could ruin the confidence of its young competitors. "Apart from being nervous and playing in front of a panel, they play in front of millions and millions of people."
Christina Aguilera is returning to The Voice for the show's tenth season. "The coaches on The Voice continue to bring incredible energy, unrivaled musical expertise and a want-to-win attitude that makes for the perfect ingredients of a two-time Emmy-winning show," said a rep for NBC.
Shania Twain has been forced to cancel two of her 2015 Rock This Country Tour dates after being diagnosed with a respiratory infection. According to Twain's official Facebook page, doctors have advised her to rest for several days.
Disney has announced the release date for "Incredibles 2," due in 2019, and "Cars 3," coming in the summer of 2017. Other announced dates include "Toy Story 4" (June 15, 2018), "Ant-Man and the Wasp" (July 6, 2018), "Black Panther" (July 6, 2018) "Captain Marvel" (March 8, 2018). Three untitled Marvel Studios films debut on May 1, 2020, July 10, 2020, and November 6, 2020.
The Braxton sisters are teaming up to record a new holiday album, their first full-length album as a unit, something the sisters have previously discussed working together on. The sisters, Toni Braxton, Traci Braxton, Towanda Braxton, Trina Braxton and Tamar Braxton, will release Braxton Family Christmas on October 30 via an unknown record label.
Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum says that he wants to perform in more intimate, smaller clubs when he takes his new solo act out on the road. "We never got to do the full club tour, which is always a dream of mine," Kelley tells the Boot.
Keira Knightley had to bow out from her performance of "Therese Raquin" at the Roundabout Theatre Company on Broadway because of a "minor injury." People magazine reports that the injury prevented the night's production from happening. Earlier in the day, Knightley was spotted out and about in NYC's Tribeca neighborhood.
Brandon Flowers says that the Killers need to do something different on their next record. The frontman insinuated that some changes may be coming to the band's sound on their next record. "We're in motion, for sure. We're starting to talk and looking at where we are going to rehearse and write . . . the wheels are turning," Flowers told NME.
Cage The Elephant have announced that their fourth studio album will be titled Tell Me I'm Pretty and that it has been produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. The band revealed that the new album was recorded at Easy Eye Sound in Nashville, Tennessee, near the group's hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Iggy Azalea has announced her sophomore album, Digital Distortion. She casually dropped the title during a Twitter conversation with fans. "Digital Distortion is not a song title, its the name of my album," she noted, in response to one of her followers.
The Harlem School of Arts has honored Alicia Keys and her mother Terria Joseph during its 50th Anniversary Gala Kick-Off at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. Accepting the honor, Keys said she was happy to get it, but placed the spotlight on her mom. "Tonight, this honor here is really all about my mother," she said of Joseph, who raised her as a single mom.
The management of former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr has hinted that they denied the request of Prime Minister David Cameron for free tickets at Marr's recent gig at Manchester's Albert Hall. "Just had a request for Johnny Marr guest list for a HIGH profile person who's working in Manchester this week!!! #declined," Marr's representation wrote on Twitter.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Rihanna, have teamed up to sue retailer ElevenParis, which they've accused of violating their copyrights and trademarks. ElevenParis, claims the suit, filed in a New York court, are "habitual, willful intellectual property infringers that, without authorization, usurp the trademarks, copyrights and other rights.