Three Days Grace are readying the release of their fifth studio album, Human, the band's first release to feature new vocalist Matt Walst, who replaced Adam Gontier two years ago.
Hayley Williams has opened up about Paramore's upcoming tour and says that the band feels motivated to get out on the road. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Williams says that at this point in their career they are enjoying each little success as it comes. "Hell yeah, it does feel like [a victory lap]," says Williams.
Alice Cooper has become the latest member of the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame. Cooper was inducted after garnering over 50 percent of the fan vote, topping The Band in the final round. He also defeated Neil Young and Bob Seger along the way.
Big Sean shares the screen with Drake and Kanye West in his new music video for "Blessings," taken off of his new album Dark Sky Paradise. In the smoky black and white clip, Sean, Drake and Kanye trade verses in a large empty black space, with Sean spitting lyrics in a confessional, lying a large white stairway, and in the back seat of a car in the rain.
John Oates will take part in this year's Tin Pan South, an annual songwriters' festival, the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) has announced. Joining Oates at the festival are Brandy Clark, Hillary Scott, RaeLynn, Bill Anderson, Sam Palladio, Angaleena Presley, Charlie Worsham, and more.
Eric Church, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan will perform at the 2015 CMA Music Festival. The three country stars will join a slate of today's top country acts including Jason Aldean, Sam Hunt, Little Big Town, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Brett Eldredge, and Alan Jackson.
Katy Perry is capitalizing on her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show by selling Left Shark onesies. The famous Left Shark, who was one of the singer's backup dancers for the halftime show, has since gone viral due to his odd dance style.
Chuck Wicks will take part in this year's Tin Pan South, an annual songwriters' festival, the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) has announced. Joining Wicks at the festival will be Brandy Clark, Hillary Scott, RaeLynn, Bill Anderson, Sam Palladio, Angaleena Presley, Charlie Worsham, and many more.
T.I. has confirmed that a sequel to the 2006 movie ATL is currently in the works. "#ATL2 Get Ready," Tip tweeted, while also posting a photo of him with director Chris Robinson and co-stars Jackie Long, Albert Daniels and Jason Weaver.
David Gilmour has announced a short European run in support of his upcoming solo album. The Pink Floyd frontman will perform seven dates over the course of two weeks, kicking off September 12 in Croatia, before playing shows in Italy, France, Germany and England.
Blink 182's Travis Barker thinks that Tom DeLonge should "man up" and officially quit the band. He also thinks that "punk" was only a phase for DeLonge. "I think the right thing for him to do would just man up and quit the band instead of telling people he didn't quit and just be real with the fans," Barker told Alternative Nation.
Dan Stevens will be joining the cast of the Disney live-action "Beauty and the Beast" as the Beast. Emma Watson, who was cast in the role of Belle in the movie, first broke the news about the former "Downton Abbey" star's new role, tweeting, "Could not be more happy that this man will be Beast!!! Welcome aboard @thatdanstevens #beautyandthebeast."
Details from Robin Thicke's copyright case surrounding the song "Blurred Lines" have revealed just how much money the singer made off of the world-wide smash. The figures have leaked as part of the ongoing copyright battle between Thicke and soul legend Marvin Gaye's kids . . .
Kim Kardashian debuted her startling new blonde hair in Paris this week. The mother-of-one wore an all-black ensemble and a black beanie cap to the Balmain fashion show in Paris. Afterwards, she pulled off her hat and showed off her hair, which was cut above her shoulders and bleached a very light blonde.
Hozier has released the video for his latest single "Someone New." The clip features Natalie Dormer (who plays Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones) as she tries to find love wherever she goes. Dormer appears having a romantic encounter with a man in a London club, kissing a man on a London underground train, and having a quiet moment with a female friend."