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Sting-062316.jpg Sting offered up a performance of his track "The Empty Chair" during an appearance at the Oscars over the weekend. The song is pulled from the documentary Jim: The James Foley Story, which focused on a journalist who was murdered by ISIS. The track finds Sting singing from Foley's point of view with lyrics like: "Some days I'm strong; some days I'm weak . . ."

beck-summer-tour-070416.jpg A pair of previously unreleased Beck songs have reportedly leaked to the web. The two tracks were allegedly recorded for director D.J. Caruso's thriller film I Am Number Four, but the tracks were never used. Caruso has revealed both of the songs on the web including a track titled "Curfew." Beck made headlines late last year when he revealed that a new album is coming.

lorde-070116.jpg Lorde has signed on for an appearance on Saturday Night Live next month. She will make her appearance on the March 11 episode, which will be hosted by Scarlett Johansson. Fans are hopeful that Lorde's new album will be released prior to her appearance on SNL, or at least that the New Zealand singer will debut some of her new material on the show.

blackstone-091115.jpeg Black Stone Cherry have announced a new 18-date U.S. tour in support of their latest album, Kentucky, which is out now via Mascot Label Group.

Jon-Pardi-Music-090716.jpg Jon Pardi has shared his new video for the track "Dirt on my Boots." The track is pulled from Pardi's current release California Sunrise and finds Pardi giving various live performances of the new single.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney paid a special tribute to his former Beatles band mate, the late George Harrison, on the latter's recent birthday anniversary. Macca offered his remembrance in the form of a photo showing the pair working together in the studio during their glory days.

john-legend-070916.jpg John Legend has revealed that his Twitter account was recently hacked. The soul icon broke the news via his official account last week showing fans that while he was handling the situation, he also had a sense of humor about it.

enriqueiglesias-032214.jpg Enrique Iglesias has released a new video for his track "Súbeme la Radio (Turn Up the Radio)." In the sunny new clip, Iglesias throws a massive party in Cuba as he hits the streets of Havana with his good friends, as well as Descemer Bueno and Zion Y Lennox.

foofighters-061616.jpg Foo Fighters have signed on as headliners for this summer's Glastonbury Music Festival. The band broke news of the event during a secret show in the nearby town of Frome, in Somerset, UK.

MarenMorris-121216.jpg Maren Morris revealed her new single during a recent appearance at the CSR New Faces Show. Morris revealed that "I Could Use a Love Song" would serve as her newest single when she closed out the evening with a performance of the song.

RickDerringer-022717.jpg Rick Derringer has reportedly been fined for carrying a loaded firearm onto a recent commercial airline flight. He pleaded guilty to carrying the loaded pistol into the Atlanta airport after deplaning a Delta Airlines flight from Mexico.

lionelrichie-070116.jpg Lionel Ritchie has confirmed that he will postpone his current slate of tour dates due to a recent knee injury. He broke the news in an official statement noting that his lengthy touring career may have caught up with his body this time.

RemyMa-022717.jpg Nicki Minaj has found herself on blast in the new Remy Ma diss track "shETHER." The artwork for the new track shows a Barbie doll with a striking resemblance to Minaj torn apart and bleeding from each of its limbs.

Moonlight-Oscar2017-022717.jpg "Moonlight," the coming-of-age drama directed by Barry Jenkins, won the best picture Oscar 2017 award defeating strong favorite "La La Land" after a shocking mix-up in the announcement at the 89th Academy Awards Sunday night. At first, "La La Land" which won six trophies including best director and actress, was incorrectly declared the best film by Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. However,in the m

PriceWaterhouseCooper, which is responsible for counting the Oscar award ballots, apologized for the mix-up while announcing the winner of the best picture category at the 89th Academy Awards Sunday night. At first, "La La Land" which won six trophies including best director and actress, was incorrectly...

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