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SturgillSimpson-121216.jpg Sturgill Simpson has signed on as one of the opening acts on the upcoming run of Guns N' Roses tour dates. He will appear with the rock legends for three nights, appearing in Denver, on August 2 at Mile High Stadium; Little Rock on August 5 at AR War Memorial Stadium; and Miami, on August 8 at Marlins Stadium. The seemingly unusual pairing is actually par for the course for GNR.

aerosmith-062916.jpg Aerosmith have revealed they will push on with their current world tour following the recent terror attacks in Manchester, U.K. During a recent interview Joe Perry revealed that while the rock legends are heartbroken, it's against their principles to hold up in the face of resistance. "I don't think I want to live like that or the band wants to live like that."

chriscornell-070116.jpg Following his death on May 17, sales of Chris Cornell's music has soared by 552 percent. Sales of the late musician's music have hit 32.7 million in combined sales and on-demand streams (up from 5 million), according to Nielsen Music.

ZacBrownBandFenway-071916.jpg The Zac Brown Band have debuted at number one on the Billboard Country Albums chart with their newest release Welcome Home. The album peaked at number two on the all-genre 200 chart this week, notching their fifth top-ten appearance.

drake-070916.jpg Drake revealed earlier this week that he may be planning to get a new Celine Dion-inspired tattoo. The revelation came when the pair met backstage at the recent Billboard Music Awards. Drake, who already has tats tributing Aaliyah and Sade, was effusive in his praise of Dion and said it's only a matter of time before she joins the club.

Muse-102616.jpg Muse have teased the possible reissue of some of their early releases. Frontman Matt Bellamy made the revelation earlier this week during a Q&A session on Twitter and revealed that they may also take on a set of all requests from the audience during the Reading and Leeds festivals.

Image14-020516.jpg Pop icon Seal appears in a new promotional ad for Discovery Channel's beloved Shark Week. In the new ad, Seal appears in a dock-side performance giving an impassioned performance of his track "Kiss From a Rose" to adoring fans when a massive shark emerges from the water below. The ad copy reads: "It's still a bad week to be a seal."

BrantleyGilbert-062416.jpg Brantley Gilbert has released a new single, "The Ones That Like Me," from his album The Devil Don't Sleep. "The ones that need me got me / The ones that doubt me can't stop me / Even the ones that said forget him / You can bet they ain't forgot me …;" he sings on the track.

TupacShakur-122016.jpg Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G., the first authorized Notorious B.I.G. documentary, and Who Killed Tupac?, a new six-part mini-series, are coming to A&E.

kissband-061416.jpg KISS has canceled their May 30 concert in Manchester, England in the wake of a suicide bomb that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert. The Manchester Arena remains closed following the bombing. "We sadly will not be able to play Manchester Arena on the 30th May," the band said. "We have always looked forward to these shows and our local fans . . ."

Ariana-052417.jpg Ariana Grande has broken her silence following the recent terror attack at her concert at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, UK. A suicide bomber entered the grounds of the arena killing 22 people and injuring over 100 others. In an official statement, Grande has apologized to fans for the pain and fear they experienced and says she is planning a benefit concert for the victims.

michael-jackson-062216.jpg Michael Jackson's estate has spoken out against various projects they claim were not authorized by the family. Both Netflix and Lifetime have projects in the works involving the King of Pop and the family issued a statement earlier this week saying they never agreed to either.

liamgallagher-061616.jpg Liam Gallagher will play his first ever solo gig at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, with all proceeds going to the fund set up for families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack. Gallagher will give the profits of the Manchester gig to the M.E.N's British Red Cross appeal set up to help families affected by the Manchester bomb attack on Monday night, which left 22 people dead.

brysontiller-052617.jpg Bryson Tiller has offered up his newest release True To Self. He had previously stated that the album would drop in June, but he has pushed the release forward much to the surprise and delight of his fans. In an official statement about the release, he noted: "When you are being true to yourself, you are completely honest with what you feel, deeply value, and desire," he said.

beachboys-062816.jpg The Beach Boys have revealed plans for a new box set due out later this year. The release, titled 1967 - Sunshine Tomorrow, will include rarities tracked by the band during their sessions after Pet Sounds and is set for release on June 30 via Capitol.

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