Beck, Pharrell And Kasabian have been announced to perform for the 2014 iTunes Festival. The concerts will take place throughout September at London's Roundhouse. Some of the other acts up for gigs include Robert Plant, Blondie, Sam Smith, Maroon 5, David Guetta and Five Seconds of Summer.
Tom Petty has reportedly slammed the Catholic Church and the nation's one percent in a pair of songs featured on his forthcoming release, Hypnotic Eye. The classic rocker has made it a point to stay away from controversial topics in the past, but has now decided to bring up a few he feels strongly about in his songs.
Lady Antebellum has unveiled the cover art, track list and release date for their new album, 747. The forthcoming album will be their fifth and set for release via Capitol Records Nashville on September 30. "We unanimously knew that our album title had to be '747,'" Hillary Scott says. "The track itself has this pushing, driving spirit . . ."
Jon Bon Jovi has vowed to keep the Buffalo Bills in Western New York instead of moving the team to Toronto, Ontario in Canada, if his group of investors ends up purchasing the team. For the past couple years it has been rumored that the Bills might be traveling over the border, especially since each year they have played one regular-season game there.
Zendaya Coleman, who was set to play Aaliyah in the upcoming Lifetime biopic, has explained why she stepped down from the role. Originally it was reported that Coleman left the project due to fan complaints over her being cast in the role. There was also talk of Aaliyah's family being upset with the overall production of the film.
KISS has announced a new premiere date for their new AMC reality show, 4th And Loud. It was previously reported that the show was to debut on August 5, but now it is set to be shown on August 12. The reality show will primarily feature KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. It will mostly chronicle their year with the arena football team, L.A. Kiss.
Kenny Chesney caused the crash of his own website after he made a surprise announcement on Wednesday, July 16 about his beach concert called the Flora-Bama Jama. The free concert will take place where Orange Beach and Gulf Shores meet Perdido Key on the Alabama/Florida border. Chesney told fans they could sign on at 7AM on Thursday, July 17 to receive a wristband to et into the show.
Adam Levine, 35, married his model girlfriend Behati Prinsloo, 25, among their friends and family at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on Saturday, June 19. The couple tied the knot in front of about 275 guests, some of which included Robert Downey Jr., model Coco Rocha and Levine's Maroon 5 bandmates. Actor Jonah Hill officiated the ceremony.
Johnny Marr has announced the release date for his forthcoming album, Playland. The new LP will be his second solo album and follow-up to 2013's The Messenger. The former Smiths guitarist said he wrote this album the past two years while on tour. He also said it should be seen as a continuation of his last album.
Chris Brown hosted his Celebrity Kickball Game at the Glendale Sports Complex in Los Angeles on Saturday, July 19 to help raise money for charity. The "Run It" singer's team faced off against Diddy's stepson Quincy's team. On Chris' team was Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Christina Milian, Paris Hilton, Omarion and others.
Rod Stewart has considered moving back to his home country of England after living in the U.S. for the last 40 years. "This place is still in my heart," he said in the U.K. tabloid the Mirror. "We are planning hopefully on moving back in about 18 months so my kids can grow up here. It's not definite. But this is where me and Penny, this is where we come from."
Rob Zombie cut his show short due to vocal problems at the Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin on Sunday, July 20. Fans were less than enthused when the singer's voice gave out after two songs and he was forced to call it quits. While onstage the singer explained his issue to the crowd: "I've never done this before. Man, I can't even talk there's no way I can do this show."
"Breaking Bad" was honored for the second year in a row with the Program of the Year award at the Television Critics Association Awards, held on Saturday in Los Angeles. AMC's "Breaking Bad" won out against main contender "True Detective," which landed the Outstanding Miniseries award and landed star Matthew McConaughey honors for his work on the series.
Several of Randy Travis' friends have commented on the singer's recovery progress since having a stroke last year. His friends explained to Closer magazine the journey he's had throughout his recovery: "He hasn't plateaued in his recovery, which is always a big fear," an unnamed source says. "He really faces a long, tough battle."
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be reuniting on the big screen again for Jolie's latest drama, "By The Sea." The power couple will co-star and produce the drama, which was scripted by Jolie and which she will also direct. Jolie and Pitt last appeared together in "Mr. And Mrs. Smith" in 2005. Jolie is currently in post production for "Unbroken."