Cliff Richard has put his house on the market following police raids that occurred last August in relation to alleged sexual offenses. "Cliff told me he's just put the flat on the market. It's the saddest thing for him, but he had to do it. He said he never wants to live there again. It's awful. Cliff is not all right, not at all," singer and friend Cilla Black said.
Keith Urban has released a new music video for "Come Back to Me," taken off of his 2013 album Fuse. The new video finds Urban belting out the song while playing guitar in a large warehouse while images of a beautiful woman flash across a huge screen. Urban says that the video was made as a big thank you to all of his fans.
Mariah Carey visited LIVE! with Kelly and Michael this week during their week-long stint at Disneyland. In addition to sitting down and chatting with the show's co-hosts, she also took the stage for a pair of tracks. She discussed her recently launched Las Vegas residency, which has also been granted a nine-show expansion.
Jack White is set to take his rightful place on Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame. The White Stripes frontman will be joined by country star Loretta Lynn at the induction ceremony and ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Walk of Fame Park. "I can't think of a better way to celebrate the reopening of Walk of Fame Park . . ."
Trey Songz continues to release new remixes, this time lending his own flavor to The Weeknd's "Earned It." The new mix follows the release of his remix of Future's "Real Sisters," produced by Zaytoven. The track appears on Future's new mixtape Beast Mode. The remix follows the release of Songz's new surprise album, Transmission I & II.
Jon Bon Jovi debuted a new song, "Reunion," during a recent graduation ceremony at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey. Bon Jovi hoped to encourage the graduates with the new song, which he claims he only played once before - "for the chancellor in the back dressing room," he said. "This isn't how the story ends, my friends, it's just a fork along the road," he sang.
Katy Perry will release her fifth album by next year, according to her manager. Speaking at the All That Matters conference in Singapore, Perry's manager Steven Jensen said, "She plans to release her next album by 2016." The comments came as Jensen assured Indian fans that she would visit the country in support of the album, Radio and Music reports.
Sorry Queen fans, guitarist Brian May says that the band are not working on a new album because singer Adam Lambert "doesn't want to be with us all the time." "[A new album] is not coming along, no we're not doing that," May told Gigwise. "Not at the moment anyway, we might do. At the moment we're watching with interest while Adam pursues his solo career . . ."
Kelly Clarkson is denying claims that she plagiarized Jimmy Eat World on her new track "Heartbeat Song." She has been accused that her hit song is very similar to the band's song "The Middle," from their fourth album Bleed American released in 2001. "I didn't write the song, I just sang it," she told Rolling Stone. "But I didn't catch that."
Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz says that everything was different after Nirvana came along, while Patrick Stump wasn't a fan of the band at first. "Kurt and Nirvana was one of those few moments in music that we got to witness where everything was different after Nirvana," Wentz told MTV News. "They literally stopped hair metal, that's crazy."
Dierks Bentley is offering a word of advice to any and all aspiring songwriters out there. "You want to be a songwriter? Write every day," Bentley says. "Five hundred songs is a lot, but I got what he was saying. Don't type them up on a nice sheet of paper and put 'em in a three-ring binder. Just write 'em up, then go on to the next one. Keep writing."
T.I. has issued a new remix of Jidenna's single "Classic Man." The track can be found on DJ MLK's mixtape GoodNight Don't Exist in ATL 7. The new mix is just the latest track T.I. has lent his vocals to. Recently he was also featured on 50 Cent's "Get Low" alongside Jeremih and 2 Chainz as well as Evan Ross' ballad "How to Live Alone."
Thom Yorke has recorded a new 18-day soundtrack that coincides with an art exhibition by Radiohead visual artist Stanley Donwood. Yorke's soundtrack, entitled Subterranea, features 18 days worth of original material, according to a press release quoted by Triple J. There are no plans for an official release.
Gregg Allman has announced plans to release a new album and DVD, Live: Back to Macon, GA this summer, which was recorded during a January 14, 2014 performance at the Grand Opera House. The two-disc album and DVD include much of the same material; the video also features some interviews with Allman, who recorded the shows with his eight-piece solo band in front of an intimate crowd.
Reba McEntire has shared some good news about her brother Pake, who recently suffered a stroke after back surgery. "This week we have seen small steps of improvement each day," McEntire writes on Instagram, under a photo of her brother. "This morning he opened his eyes and even watched a little bit of the news before going back to sleep."