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radiohead-103009.jpg Radiohead have shared a new interpretation video of their track 'Desert Island Disk', created by British comedian, writer and actor Adam Buxton. Buxton's video contribution is the third in a series of short clips by artists inspired by tracks from the band's ninth album, A Moon Shaped Pool. The new clip shows a scrolling view of a field of colorful flowers.

TreySongz-112309.jpg Trey Songz has released "Look What I Did," a new track featuring Mikexangel, who previously teamed with Songz on the track "Everybody Say." "They said I would never be shit," he sings on the new original cut. "They said I was never gonna amount to nothing / They said I would never make it / But guess what I did? Look what I did?"

fivefingerdeathpunch-080613.jpg Five Finger Death Punch have signed with Rise Records. The bands forthcoming studio album will be their last release for Prospect Park Records. "I'm honored to be working with one of the biggest arena rock bands in the world. I'm very confident in the future of Five Finger Death Punch and Rise Records and can't wait to hear the music they make with our company," say label reps.

morrisey-113009.jpg Just days after denying reports that he would be appearing at Riot Fest Chicago this fall, Morrissey has now confirmed that he will be a part of the festival. According to a new posting on his unofficial website True To You, Morrisey will now appear at the September festival. "Morrissey is confirmed to headline the Chicago Riot Fest on Saturday, September 17," the post reads.

Soundgarden1-051911.jpg The FBI are searching for Chris Cornell's stalker Jessica Robbins after she failed to turn up to a court hearing in New York. Robbins, who is thought to have removed her court-ordered GPS ankle monitor and missed the federal court hearing, was initially charged with stalking Cornell back in 2014 after allegedly sending hundreds of threats to both himself and his family onlie.

brianmay-071012.jpg Queen guitarist Brian May is expanding his horizon by getting into the virtual reality game with the release of the OWL Virtual Reality Kit. The OWL VR Kit is an upgraded version of the original OWL, allowing the use of a smartphone. A magnetic backplate slots into the OWL and then metal back plate is affixed to the back of the phone.

neil-young-032015.jpg Though Neil Young has said recently that he doesn't mind Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump using his song "Rockin' In the Free World" at campaign events, he says that he still is not a fan of his politics. "No, I didn't like that idea. Because of the misogyny and the racism," Young said of Trump using the song.

dierks.jpg Dierks Bentley has released "Different From Girls," featuring Elle King, a track taken off of his new album Black. The song was written by Shane McAnnally and JT Harding, and Bentley says in a press release that he found "a real honesty in these lyrics." "The differences in how guys and girls deal with a broken heart is really interesting material to me," Bentley explain

Alabama-band-041213.jpg Alabama has become the latest country act to have an exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. 'Alabama: Born Country' will feature an array of musical instruments, performance clothing, awards, childhood mementos, tour memorabilia, photographs and more, chronicling the group's rise from their teenaged roots in Fort Payne, Alabama, to country-pop crossover success.

JakeOwen-041012.jpg Billy Currington was taken to the emergency room recently following a bike accident. The singer tweeted out a gruesome image of a giant scar on his forearm as a result of the accident, which resulted in a number of stiches. "After stitches... Sometimes in life, you fall. That's when you get back up again, and walk it off," he tweeted along with the photo.

jhene-aiko-032115.jpg Twenty88 hit the stage on The Late Late Show with James Cordon earlier this week. The duo, the new collaborative project from the minds of Jhene Aiko and Big Sean, offered up a performance of their track "On The Way." The pair also made headlines with news that Twenty88 is available to stream exclusively through TIDAL for four days.

bandBonJovi-101609.jpg Bon Jovi have announced that they have completed work on their upcoming new album, titled This House Is Not for Sale. "THE ALBUM IS DONE," the band wrote, and posted a group photo taken at New York City's Electric Lady Studios. The album likely will be released this fall. Bon Jovi last released their 13th album, Burning Bridges, in 2015.

Mjackson-072712.jpg Shana Mangatal, a former lover of Michael Jackson, has released a new tell-all book claiming that they exchanged "20 years of secret encounters and intimate phone calls." The book, titled Michael and Me: The Untold Story of Michael Jackson's Secret Romance, chronicles Mangatal's relationship with Jackson throughout the years. She first met the singer in 1988.

dollyparton-010612.jpg Dolly Parton has signed on to voice the part of the chicken on the upcoming new animated film Lily's Driftwood Bay. The show follows Lily, a girl who creates an imaginary world full of friends including Noleen, the singing chicken. "I've never played a chicken before, but I have been known to lay a few eggs!" Parton jokes in a press release.

img2-041114.jpg Ed Sheeran has pledged to dress in a red tutu and eat "the most disgusting food in Japan" if enough money is raised for Comic Relief. Sheeran made the pledge in a 75-second trailer for the American version of Comic Relief, telling fans that he will accomplish the odd feats if they help raise more money for Comic Relief than was raised in 2015.

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