The cult classic film series titled The Decline of Western Civilization, featuring music and appearances by Aerosmith, is set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray this summer. The three-part documentary focuses on the punk, rock and metal scenes in and around Los Angeles from the early 1980s through the 1990s. The series was directed by Penelope Spheeris.
Ed Sheeran has released the video for his track "Bloodstream" featuring Rudimental. The clip, directed by Emil Nava, features Ray Liotta as an actor who self-destructs amidst a background of wealth, women and fame. In the clip, Liotta rides through his own house in a bathrobe atop a horse and ends up killing himself.
Miranda Lambert welcomed The Voice winner Danielle Bradbery to the stage for a performance of the Dixie Chicks' 1999 hit "Cowboy Take Me Away" during a recent show. The event took place at the Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, Alabama on March 19. The pair recreated that signature Dixie Chicks sound alongside Carolyn Dawn Johnson during the show.
Ne-Yo dropped the new song "Every Day With Love" featuring Sonna Rele. The song, which was released in partnership with McDonald's imLovinIt24 campaign, sees Ne-Yo duetting with Motown Records' Rele (who sings the theme song for the new Disney film Cinderella). Ne-Yo used fan-submitted lyrics to build on the song.
Radiohead's OK Computer has been added to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. The release joins a handful of other iconic recordings in the Registry's newest class including albums by the Doors, Lauryn Hill, Sly and the Family Stone, the Righteous Brothers and Ben E. King.
The late Steve Jobs was not much of a Neil Young fan, as the famed Apple chief reveals in a new biography. Young had routinely spoken out about his distaste for Apple and their iTunes music platform, which the rock legends has argued propagates poor audio quality. Jobs was rumored to have beefed with Young over his comments about iTunes and is quoted blasting Young in a new bio.
Sam Taylor-Johnson, who directed the first installment of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" film, says she won't be back for the sequel. "Directing 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has been an intense and incredible journey for which I am hugely grateful," Taylor-Johnson told Deadline. "I have Universal to thank for that. I forged close and lasting relationships with the cast, producers and crew . . ."
Iggy Azalea has opened up about getting breast implants. The 24-year-old Australian rapper explained that there were several reasons for the surgery, telling Vogue that she got tired of having padding sewn into all her stage outfits, adding, "I'd thought about it my entire life." She said at first that she thought of keeping her surgery a secret.
Pearl Jam has announced a handful of new tour dates that will take the band to Latin America. The new run consists of stops in South and Central America starting on November 4 in Santiago, Chile. The run will wrap up November 28 in Mexico City, Mexico. Along the way, they will stop in Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Rio de Janerio.
Idris Elba is reportedly in talks to play a villain in the upcoming "Star Trek 3." The British actor's prospective role has not yet been revealed, though rumors have been circulated that the Klingons will be the central villains in the film, which will be directed by Justin Lin and produced by J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burke and David Ellison.
Florence & The Machine is scheduled to play a set at the 2015 Lollapalooza taking place in Chicago's Grant Park starting Friday, July 31 to Sunday, August 2. She will play her set on Sunday. Other acts performing at the event include Paul McCartney, Metallica, Sam Smith, Alabama Shakes, Alt-J and Bassnectar.
Paul McCartney is scheduled to play a set at the 2015 Lollapalooza taking place in Chicago's Grant Park starting Friday, July 31 to Sunday, August 2. Other acts performing at the event include Florence & The Machine, Metallica, Sam Smith, Alabama Shakes, Alt-J, Bassnectar and The Weeknd.
Sam Smith is scheduled to play a set at the 2015 Lollapalooza taking place in Chicago's Grant Park starting Friday, July 31 to Sunday, August 2. His set will take place on Saturday. Other acts performing at the event include Paul McCartney, Metallica, Florence & The Machine, Alabama Shakes, Alt-J, Bassnectar and The Weeknd.
Celine Dion has opened up about her decision to resume her Las Vegas residency as her husband René Angélil deals with an ongoing battle with cancer. "I am scared of losing him, because it's bad," she tells People. "But I have to show myself, my husband and my kids that I'm strong and we're okay."
It would appear that the rocky relationship between Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger has righted. The couple was spotted out enjoying a dinner date at the Studio City sushi restaurant Kiwami in Los Angeles earlier this week, reported Entertainment Tonight. According to the site which obtained a picture of the couple, the two looked content as they dined on the private patio.