Justin Moore and his wife Kate are expecting their fourth child this June and have elected to keep the baby's gender a secret for the time being. Speaking with tasteofcountry.com, Moore revealed that he's dying to know the baby's gender but his wife insists they keep this one a surprise.
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer has fired shots at the Rolling Stones claiming that his lot is a better live act than Mick Jagger and company. The comments came while speaking with Classic Rock Magazine and Kramer said that in terms of longevity, no one can compare to his band.
Keyshia Cole has offered up a new video for her track "You." The track features Remy Ma and French Montana and finds Keyshia schooling an ex with her crew and letting him know "You picked the wrong, baby."
U2 is reportedly the target of a new copyright lawsuit which claims that they may have plagiarized parts of Achtung Baby. The suit has been filed in a New York City court by songwriter Paul Rose, who claims that the U2 hit "The Fly" is knocked off of his own track "Nae Slappin."
Alison Krauss' new release Windy City has grabbed the top spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The new placement lands Krauss her second number one and 10th top 10 hit. It's her first appearance on the chart with new material since 1999's Forget About It.
David Cassidy opened up about his recent dementia diagnosis during his appearance on Dr. Phil this week. It was the first interview for the Partridge Family star since he went public with the news of his diagnosis.
Pink has signed on as a headliner for this year's V Festival. This year's event is set to take place at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, UK on August 19 and 20. News of the headliners for this year's event reportedly leaked ahead of schedule in a post from Ticketmaster's social media.
Solange has reportedly signed on to serve as a headliner at the upcoming Pitchfork Music Festival. The event is set to take place July 14-16 at Chicago's Union Park and will also feature appearances by A Tribe Called Quest and LCD Soundsystem.
Jay Z has signed on as a headliner for this year's V Festival. This year's event is set to take place at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, UK on August 19 and 20. News of the headliners for this year's event reportedly leaked ahead of schedule in a post from Ticketmaster's social media.
Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco has reportedly moved into a new home to escape harassment from fans. Urie opened up about his choice to move in a new blog post and shares that while he enjoyed having his address public to his fans for a time, some of them began crossing the line. "Not just letters and gifts, this soon changed into visits and constant harassment from fans."
Lynyrd Skynyrd will be amongst the performers for the upcoming tribute concert for country legend Merle Haggard. The event, which has officially been dubbed Blackbird Presents An All-Star Concert Celebration Sing Me Back Home: The Music of Merle Haggard, will take place in Nashville on April 6.
Erykah Badu has signed on for a headlining performance at the upcoming South By Southwest Festival. Badu's performance will come as part of a tribute to artists with roots in Washington, D.C. and she will give a DJ set under the moniker DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown. Wu-Tang Clan and Thievery Corporation have also been selected to represent the D.C. area.
The lineup has been revealed for the upcoming tribute concert for country legend Merle Haggard. A star-studded lineup has been set for the event, which has officially been dubbed the Blackbird Presents An All-Star Concert Celebration Sing Me Back Home: The Music of Merle Haggard. It will take place in Nashville on April 6.
Sheryl Crow has announced plans for her own clothing line. The line will be a collaboration with HSN and prices on various items in the line will range between $39.90 and $299.90. Speaking with people.com, Crow revealed how the new line came about.
Incubus have confirmed rumors that they are working on a collaboration with Skrillex and Chino Moreno, the lead singer of the Deftones. All of the involved parties shared photos in the studio, and Incubus' guitarist Mike Einziger joked that fans need not take note of the goings on.