Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were featured in a "Lip Sync Battle" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, September 17. Shelton fake sang Taco's "Puttin' on the Ritz," adding a cowboy boot tap dance, before tackling Starship's classic hit "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now."
Garth Brooks' daughter Allie joined him on tour this weekend.
The 18-year-old, who graduated from high school in June, was introduced by her proud father at his concert in Chicago on Sunday. Brooks told the audience: "We've been working together for, I don't know, the last 18 years now or so."
Big and Rich have released the music video for "Look at You," the lead single taken from their upcoming album Gravity. The vid follows a young couple falling in love while in Las Vegas as Big and Rich performs the song on stage.
Jay-Z is reportedly fighting a lawsuit over his use of the word "oh" in a case that could have huge significance for sampling. Court documents obtained by Techdirt suggest that Jay is being sued for sampling a single syllable from Eddie Bo's 1969 single "Hook and Sling" on his 2009 track "Run This Town."
Neil Diamond has released the music video for "Nothing But a Heartache," a number from his latest record Melody Road, due October 21. The video sees a backlit Diamond strumming out the song on an acoustic guitar. The LP, produced by Don Was and Jacknife Lee, is the first full studio album since 2010's Dreams.
Ariana Grande has reportedly said that she hopes her fans would all "f*****g die." Grande was allegedly overheard making the remark during an appearance at a New York radio station this past summer. "She did autographs and pics and was all smiles until she got into the elevator," an insider told the New York Daily News.
KISS' 1977 album Love Gun is set to be re-released as a new two-disc set. Universal Denmark revealed the reissue plans, which call for the addition of a second disc of demos, live cuts and interviews to a newly remastered version of the original recording. The new package reportedly comes with liner notes written by Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott.
DJ Breach (a.k.a Ben Westbeech) has released "The Key," a new single, featuring a spot from Kelis. The cut is a remake of Kel's Food cut "Rumble." The song impacts radio in the U.K. on November 16. Breach has several fall gigs planned, including Amsterdam Dance Event on October 15 and 16 and Manchester's Warehouse Project with the Chemical Brothers on December 5.
Even though KISS' Gene Simmons thinks rock music is dead, the Beatles' Ringo Starr thinks otherwise. "The saving grace for me — I have to admit I'm not a big fan of the boy bands dancing and that stuff — but the thing that saves me is there's always bands out there," Starr told NME.
Christina Aguilera is reportedly upset that Gwen Stefani has replaced her on The Voice, according to a source. Aguilera, who is taking some time away from the show to care for her new daughter Summer, is reportedly nervous that she will not be asked back to her judge's chair. She is also reportedly concerned about Taylor Swift's role on the show with 24-year-old sin
U2 frontman Bono has released a statement regarding the band's decision to offer their new album Songs Of Innocence for free to all iTunes users. "You'll have noticed the album is free to U2.com'ers from the band. It's also free to everyone on iTunes thanks to Apple," the statement, posted on U2.com reads.
Mariah Carey has announced plans for an Australian leg for her Elusive Chanteuse Show tour, marking the first time the diva has performed Down Under in 16 years. Carey, who last visited Australia for three east coast shows in January 2013, will take to the stage in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney, while she'll also do winery shows at A Day on the Green in the Yarra Valley.
George Strait has released The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium, a disc commemorating the final show of his retirement tour. The gig went down in June 7th in Dallas as nearly 105,000 faithful Strait fans showed up to wish him a fond farewell. The gig broke a previous attendance record set by the Rolling Stones.
Miley Cyrus is facing a potential stay in jail or a fine for onstage antics with a Mexican flag. The "We Can't Stop" singer performed a show in Monterey, Mexico earlier this year in which a male dancer spanked her prosthetic bottom with a Mexican flag while she was on her hands and knees.
Alice Cooper is planning to celebrate this Halloween by releasing a live CD/DVD, Raise the Dead - Live from Wacken. Raise the Dead -- Live from Wacken features 22 live tracks, including covers of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" and the Doors' "My Generation."