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MirandaLambert-11317.jpg Miranda Lambert is featured on a new duet with Green Day called "Ordinary World," which appears on the band's new album Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band. "Where can I find the city of shining light / In an ordinary world? / How can I leave a buried treasure behind / In an ordinary world?" Billie Joe Armstrong sings during the song's first verse.

BillyJoel-102417.jpg Billy Joel will appear on the Thanksgiving episode of The CW's Arrow, where he becomes the target of a terrorist attack. In the new episode, Cayden James (played by Michael Emerson) threatens to blow up a concert venue, according to executive producer Marc Guggenheim. "For the Thanksgiving episode of Arrow, we wanted Cayden James to threaten a major event."

GreenDay-111717.jpg Green Day has released a new duet with Miranda Lambert, "Ordinary World," which appears on the band's new album Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band. "Where can I find the city of shining light / In an ordinary world? / How can I leave a buried treasure behind / In an ordinary world?" Billie Joe Armstrong sings during the song's first verse before Lambert comes in.

Beyonce-110217.jpg Beyoncé has been named as the highest paid woman in music, according to Forbes. Forbes reports that the singer earned a sum of $105 million over a yearlong period stretching from June 2016 to June 2017. Beyoncé's earnings were boosted by her Formation world tour last year, which Forbes says grossed $250 million.

jerrod-niemann-072116.jpg Jerrod Niemann has released a new video for his take on the holiday classic "Winter Wonderland." The track is taken off of a new holiday compilation of the same name.

panic-at-the-disco-070916.jpg Panic! At The Disco have announced a new live album, All My Friends We're Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour Live, which will be released next month.

beachboys-062816.jpg The Beach Boys will perform at the 2017 National Christmas Tree Lighting along with Wynonna and the Texas Tenors. The annual event is entering its 95th year.

addc-061416.jpg Brian Johnson has penned a heartfelt tribute to his late AC/DC band mate Malcolm Young. "I am saddened by the passing of my friend Malcolm Young," Johnson wrote on his website. "I can't believe he's gone. We had such great times on the road. I was always aware that he was a genius on guitar, his riffs have become legend, as has he."

ashanti-112816.jpg Ashanti blasted a select few fans at her recent show in Honolulu, Hawaii, who were throwing money at her onstage while she did a choreographed lap dance as part of her routine. "I'mma need you to stop throwing that money," she told the fans. "I am not a f**king stripper."

RogerWaters-051917.jpg Roger Waters has responded to Nick Cave, who dismissed Waters' plea to cancel his concert in Israel last weekend. Waters urged Cave to cancel the show "while apartheid remains." Cave went ahead with the performance, telling local press how it would be a defiant statement against anyone "who tries to censor and silence musicians."

LeeAnnWomack-101117.jpg Lee Ann Womack and Willie Nelson have teamed up on a new version of the holiday classic, "Baby, It's Cold Outside." "It's fun to take a standard song and figure out a way to make it your own," Womack told Entertainment Weekly. "The fact that Willie and I are both Texans and fans of Western swing made this treatment a no-brainer."

foofighters-061616.jpg Dave Grohl has posted a heartfelt tribute to AC/DC founding member Malcolm Young, who passed away over the weekend after a battle with dementia. "37 years ago, my friend Larry Hinkle and I went to see a midnight movie on a Friday night at the Uptown Theater in Washington D.C. It was 1980. We were 11 years old. The movie was Let There Be Rock."

BrunoMars-072817.jpg Bruno Mars led the way at the American Music Awards over the weekend with seven wins, including Favorite Artist of the Year. Additionally, Mars took home trophies for Favorite Male Artist Pop/Rock, Favorite Album Pop/Rock for his smash 24K Magic, Favorite Male Artist Soul/R&B, Favorite Album Soul/R&B, Video of the Year, and Favorite Song Soul/R&B for "That's What I Like."

CardiB-092517.jpg Cardi B says that she is in no rush to put out a full length album because she wants to get everything right. "I have a lot of pressure on me," she tweeted. "I have songs stashed up. I just don't think they qualified for my album. Sometimes I think is ready sometimes I think it's not so I'm going to take my time till it's right."

KeithUrban-110817.jpg Keith Urban won a trio of trophies at the American Music Awards over the weekend, including one for Favorite Male Country Artist. Urban also won for Favorite Album -- Country and Favorite Song -- Country. As Urban went up to receive his Favorite Male -- Country trophy, presenter Kathryn Hahn surprised him with the news that he'd won the other two categories as well.

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