Roger Daltrey of the Who recently asked a fan at a Nassau Colliseum show in New York to stop smoking pot. "The show will be over," he tells the individual in a vid posted online. "It's your choice, I can't do anything about it. I'm doing my best." Other audience members shout out "Eat it" to the offender.
Gloriana have revealed the official track list for their upcoming album Three, which will be released on June 2. Three features 12 songs, all produced by Grammy-winning producer Matt Serletic (Collective Soul, Matchbox Twenty, Cher).
Beyoncé hit Instagram to post a video of herself dancing to the D.R.A.M. cut "Cha Cha." "This song makes me happy," she notes in a caption. D.R.A.M. dropped his EP #1EpicEP in March - in addition to "Cha Cha" it includes the cut "I Luv It," featuring Sunny & Gabe.
Paramore's Hayley Williams admits that her menstrual cycles are the catalyst behind her appearance in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" music video. The new clip sees Williams make a cameo as a superhero alter-ego called The Crimson Curse, a name that Williams clearly didn't pluck out of thin air.
Jennifer Lopez is featured on the cover of the Best Bodies issue of Us Weekly, posing in a black cut out bathing suit. The latest edition of Us Weekly features "J-Lo and 78 Sexy Stars." "I think a healthy body image comes from being the best you, not competing with anybody else," she told the mag of her self-image. "I embrace who I am," she adds, "I feel sexy, I feel youthful."
The Rolling Stones have announced a slew of opening acts for their highly anticipated upcoming summer tour. The Stones made a multitude of announcements regarding opening acts on their Twitter page. Brad Paisley will open for the band June 17 at Nashville's LP Field, Gary Clark Jr. will join the band May 24 at San Diego's PETCO Park, Kid Rock plays May 30 in Columbus.
Jane's Addiction bass player Chris Chaney will appear on Joe Satriani's forthcoming solo album Shockwave Supernova. Chaney joins a number of other musicians on the album, including keyboardist and guitarist Mike Keneally, drummer Marco Minnemann, bass player Bryan Beller, and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta.
Jamie Foxx was the latest participant on the Musical Impression Generator on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Foxx got things started with an impression of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger singing "Hakuna Matata" from The Lion King.
Craig Campbell has released "Tomorrow Tonight," the lead single from his upcoming debut release for Red Bow Records. In a presser, Craig says the tune represents a good mix of old and new. "It encompasses all of what I love about country music right now," he began. "It has a balance of what you think of as more traditional and also more modern sounds."
The unlikely duo of Stevie Wonder and Keith Urban teamed up with Jason Derulo on "Broke," the latest song to be taken off the latter's upcoming new studio album Everything Is 4. Wonder offers a harmonica solo on the track, as Urban brings an expected country vibe with acoustic guitars and banjo.
50 Cent has released a new solo track, "Get Low," featuring T.I., Jeremih and 2 Chainz. The new cut was produced by Remo The Hitmaker. "Get Low" is the first single to be taken off of 50's upcoming new album Street King Immortal, his sixth studio album to be released through G-Unit Records, Caroline Records and Capitol Records.
Florence & The Machine have released "Delilah," the latest track off the band's forthcoming new album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. The new track was officially premiered on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1. "Delilah" is the band's fourth single to be released off of the upcoming album, following "Ship to Wreck," "What Kind of Man" and "St. Jude."
The unlikely duo of Keith Urban and Stevie Wonder team up with Jason Derulo on "Broke," the latest song to be taken off of his upcoming new studio album Everything Is 4. Wonder offers a harmonica solo on the track as Urban brings an expected country vibe with acoustic guitars and banjo. "Broke" follows lead single "Want to Want Me" and "Get Ugly" and "Cheyenne."
Paul McCartney and Lady Gaga have shared a few details regarding their surprise collaboration. Deadline reports that the song is one of "seven or eight" new McCartney recordings slated for inclusion in the soundtrack to High in the Clouds, a 3D animated movie based on his 2005 children's book of the same name.
Following the wrap of her first Vegas run, Mariah Carey has scheduled nine additional shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The gigs land in February of next year and are highlighted by a Valentine's Day show. The show, titled Mariah #1 to Infinity, features a six-piece live band, three back-up vocals, two DJ's and ten dancers, according to a presser.