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img2-041114.jpg Ed Sheeran has announced a run of North American tour dates for late summer and fall 2018. Sheeran will perform at stadiums across the country starting in August 2018.

JacksonBrowne-011817.jpg Jackson Browne paid tribute to his late friend Gregg Allman with a cover of the Allman Brothers Band's "Melissa" at the Laid Back Festival.

thekillers-072516.jpg The Killers covered Gaslight Anthem's "American Slang" during a recent set in New York City where they celebrated the release of their latest album Wonderful Wonderful.

Joshturner-010716.jpg Josh Turner has released a new video for "All About You," the second single from his latest album, Deep South. The track was written by Craig Wiseman and Justin Weaver.

JCole-081517.jpg J. Cole is calling for a boycott of the NFL until its proven whether Colin Kaepernick was denied a job unfairly for taking a knee during the National Anthem.

Stevie-071216.jpg Stevie Wonder took a knee during his performance at the Global Citizen Festival to join in solidarity with athletes' protests in the aftermath of President Donald Trump's recent remarks. Wonder then got down on both knees in prayer alongside his son Kwame Morris to pray for the future of the planet.

BillyCorgan-011617.jpg Billy Corgan admits that he would really only be interested in a possible Smashing Pumpkins reunion if it involved all of the original players.

samsmith-022515.jpg Sam Smith will appear as the musical guest on the October 7 episode of Saturday Night Live. Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot will host the episode.

EltonJohn-061616.jpg Elton John is calling for the legalization of gay marriage in Australia. "Being able to openly love and commit to one another, and for that to be recognized and celebrated is what makes life truly worth living," John wrote on Instagram of his husband David Furnish, who he married back in 2014.

FGL-062716.jpg Florida Georgia Line has been announced as the final headlining act for the 2018 Taste of Country Music Festival. They join previously announced headliners Sam Hunt and Eric Church.

FrankZappa-092117.jpg Frank Zappa is set to return to the stage later this year as a hologram for a new tour. More dates for the hologram tour are expected to be released next year.

foofighters-061616.jpg Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age are planning to hit a number of stadiums in South America in the early portion of next year. The bands will perform a number of stadium shows in Brazil and Argentina, kicking off at the famous Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janerio on February 25. A pre-registration for tickets to these shows is open now.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna has teased a preview of her forthcoming Fenty Beauty holiday collection. She shared news of the sub-line via Instagram with a photo of select products and captioned the photo "HOLIDAY COLLECTION. You ready? October 13. @badgalriri."

garth-brooks-070916.jpg Garth Brooks continues to add stops to his World Tour, the latest being a date in Tacoma, Washington. It will be the first time he will perform in the Seattle-Tacoma area in 19 years. Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood will perform at Tacoma's Tacoma Dome on November 4 at 7:30pm.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg A remake of Paul McCartney's holiday classic "Wonderful Christmastime" is set to appear on Holidays Rule, Vol. 2, a new compilation out October 13 on Capitol Records. McCartney was joined on the acapella rendition of the track by Jimmy Fallon and the Roots.

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