Justin Moore has been awarded the Arkansas Traveler Award. With the award, Moore was honored for his commitment to his hometown of Poyen, Arkansas with the Arkansas Traveler Certificate. It was created by The Arkansas General Assembly in 1941 to honor both out-of-state visitors and Arkansas natives who have a love and appreciation for the "Natural State."
Cee Lo Green has released the music video for "Sign of the Times" the third single from his upcoming album, Heart Blanche. The animated video sees a shadowy figure walking through a landscape of cemeteries and broken cities. "Sign of the Times" follows Cee Lo's previous two singles from Heart Blanche -- "Robin Williams" and "Sign of the Times."
Lynyrd Skynyrd have revealed that their upcoming new live CD/DVD, Pronounced 'Leh-'nérd 'Skin'nérd & Second Helping - Live From Jacksonville at the Florida Theatre will be released on October 23 via Eagle Rock entertainment. It will only be available at Walmart stores.
Shawn Mullins has released "My Stupid Heart," the title track off of his forthcoming new studio album. "My Stupid Heart" is inspired, in part, by Mullins recent divorce, which left him looking for someone or something to blame. "Dealing with the split would be so much easier," he thought, "if I could just blame the whole thing on my stupid heart."
Jhene Aiko hooked up with Vince Staples for a performance of "Lemme Know" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, September 2. The cut comes from Staples' debut double album Summertime '06. The pair were backed up by Fallon's regular band the Roots on the track.
Hozier has released his version of the Sam Smith hit "Lay Me Down," which he performed on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge. Hoz speeds up the original version, making it danceable. Hozier has previously said that working with Smith has "crossed his mind and nothing is definite . . . but there's been very brief discussion about it."
Phil Collins has announced remastered and expanded editions of his 1981 solo debut Face Value and 1993's Both Sides. Both Face Value and Both Sides feature newly photographed recreations of the original covers, depicting Collins today, and add an extra disc of live cuts as well as "carefully selected demos and B-sides."
Panic! At the Disco have released a new track, "Death Of a Bachelor," via Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz's show on Apple's Beats 1.
The new track is likely to appear on the bands as-yet-untitled new studio album. The band released the song "Hallelujah" earlier this year.
Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge are heading out on a co-headlining CMT On Tour run, dubbed Suits & Boots. The 14th annual fall tour will begin in New York City on October 29 and will hit places like Maine, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan and more. They will finish their tour on December 11 in Chicago.
Tom DeLonge still wants to have Blink-182 in his life, though he doesn't want to be tied down, as he also wants to have time to devote to other projects as well. "I loved that band, I started that band," he told NME. "That's me. I named the band - that s**t came from me. "
Brad Paisley has revealed that his new single will be "Country Nation," off of last year's Moonshine In the Trunk. "You know that feeling you get in the middle of the week of 'I can't do anything right' or 'It's not going my way?' But every week ends with a Friday, and that's where we excel, I think, at country music," Paisley explains.
In what could be the most natural and logical pairing ever, Slipknot has launched Slipknot's Scream Park, a new haunted house attraction in California. Slipknot's Scream Park will run in Sacramento, California from October 2 to November 1, featuring "three outrageous haunted houses and live horror entertainment."
Dean Jones, the actor most well known for his roles in Disney films like "The Love Bug" and "The Shaggy D.A.," died of Parkinson's disease at the age of 84, his publicist has announced. Jones, who appeared in 46 films, was inducted into the Disney Legends Hall of Fame in 1995. Some of the more memorable pictures included "The Million Dollar Duck" and "Snowball Express."
Amanda Peterson, the star of the 1987 rom-com "Can't Buy Me Love," who was found dead in her home in July, was killed by an accidental overdose, according to the autopsy and toxicology report released Wednesday by the Weld County Coroner's Office. Peterson, 43, had taken a dosage of morphine given to her by a friend for an unspecified pain.
With his new book, Are We Having Any Fun Yet?: The Cooking & Partying Handbook, due out September 15, Sammy Hagar is doing what he does best - going on tour. "It's pretty much the manual for throwing a party and the culinary lifestyle I've had on the road my whole life," Hagar explained.