Arcade Fire have connected with Mavis Staples for a new single titled "I Give You Power." The track marks their first new offering since the release of their 2013 album Reflektor and finds the band returning to their danceable indie pop core.
Thomas Rhett has added a new string of tour dates to his Home Team tour. The newly added dates include stops in the UK, Canada, and all over the US. The run is slated to kick off on February 23 in Saginaw, Michigan.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler reportedly performed at the post-wedding party of NASCAR star driver Kurt Busch and his new bride, model Ashley Van Metre.
Kendrick Lamar was among the hip hop stars who made an appearance at the second annual A$AP Yams memorial concert, Yams Day, which took place at the Theater at Madison Square Garden on January 18. Yams passed away back in 2015 from an accidental overdose.
The Killers have opened up about progress on their forthcoming new release and say that the songs on this record will be "heavier" than their previous work. Speaking with Q Magazine, front man Brandon Flowers notes that the new songs also benefit from the experience the band has accrued over the years.
Brantley Gilbert has shared a new song off of his forthcoming album The Devil Don't Sleep. The new track is called "Tried To Tell Ya." The Devil Don't Sleep is set for release on January 27.
Men At Work's Colin Hay has released a new track, "I'm Walking Here," which was inspired by the fatal shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin. The track will be featured on Hay's forthcoming new album Fierce Mercy.
Amazon has acquired the rights to the Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip from director Amir Bar-Lev and executive producer Martin Scorsese.
Long Strange Trip will feature candid interviews with the band, road crew, family members and notable Deadheads.
Jennifer Lopez and Drake have finally confirmed some big news—they have worked on a track together. Word of a possible collaboration between them has been circulating for months, however, and some reports even suggest the collaboration is what may have sparked the flame between them.
Drake and Jennifer Lopez have finally confirmed some big news—they have worked on a track together. Word of a possible collaboration between them has been circulating for months, however, and some reports even suggest the collaboration is what may have sparked the flame between them.
Evanescence has announced their first U.K. date in nearly five years. The band will play London's Eventim Apollo on June 14.
Evanescence last played live in the U.K. in 2012 when they embarked on a four-date arena tour. The band took a break following their 2012 tour before regrouping in 2015 for a series of live shows in the U.S.
Justin Moore and his wife have confirmed that they are expecting their fourth child together. The Nashville star broke the news of the new addition to the family on Instagram earlier this week and said that he and his wife Kate are thrilled to welcome the new baby.
John Mellencamp has released a new video for his new track, "Easy Target." The video's release occurred on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration. The song focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement as well as gun violence in America.
Beyoncé showed solidarity with Chime for Change by posting on Facebook. The Women's March on Washington got support from the singer when she wrote, "Together with Chime for Change, we raise our voices as mothers, artists, and as activists."
Alanis Morissette's former manager Jonathan Schwartz admitted to stealing nearly $5 million from the singer in court on January 18. The BBC reported on the case, which included an additional $2 million claim, which Schwartz admitted from stealing from other clients. Morissette employed Schwartz from 2009 to 2016.