Following his farewell Vegas residency gig, Garth Brooks has announced a return to the same venue for four shows. Garth's previous run was a solo event, but the new shows will be done with a full band. "I've been itching for the chance to bring my band to Vegas to play this room," Brooks says in a press release.
Luke Bryan made the wish of eight year old Tatum Libbesmeier come true by visiting with her. Tatum, who is afflicted with eye cancer, was granted a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Her wish happened to be to meet up with her favorite country star, Bryan. Bryan met Tatum back stage at the CMA Country Christmas special and played a private concert for her.
Bret Michaels is set to make an appearance on an upcoming episode of NBC's Revolution, a program that centers on a group of folks coping with the collapse of civilization. During the episode, Bret will play an acoustic version of Poison's classic hit "Every Rose Has Its Thorn." ScreenCrush reports that Michaels will appear as himself in the episode.
Ordinary people have never been as funny as when they're in an Alexander Payne movie, and that trend continues with his superb comedy/drama "Nebraska." With a soulful performance from Bruce Dern and some of the sharpest dialog you'll hear in a comedy, "Nebraska" is both a hilarious satire of everyday America and a searing drama about father and son.
Lorde has released the music video for "Team," the second single from her debut album, Pure Heroin. The vid, shot in Brooklyn, was inspired by a dream that the 17 year old had. "This video was born from a dream I had a few months ago about teenagers in their own world," explained Lorde.
Grouplove has confirmed a new slate of U.S. tour dates set to kick off next year. The dates come in support of the band's most recent release, Spreading Rumors, and begin March 20 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The North American run wraps April 30 in Kansas City, Missouri. The band is also prepping the release of its new concert documentary, I'm With You.
Drake has previewed his second collab with the late Aaliyah, posting an Instagram video of himself on his bus, while the track plays in the background. "24 hours on the bus," read the attached caption. Back in September, Drizzy said that the posthumous record featuring him and Aaliyah had stalled following the release of "Enough Said" . . .
Blur have been replaced by Beady Eye, Deftones and Hives at the upcoming Big Day Out Festival. Blur pulled out of their headline slot on the six-city Australian touring festival in late November, citing concerns about the organization of the fest.
Keith Richards is set to appear in his third Pirates of the Caribbean film. Richards stars in the upcoming fifth installment of the franchise, Dead Men Tell No Tales, playing the father of Johnny Depp's character Jack Sparrow.
Kelly Clarkson took the stage on The Voice to perform "Underneath the Tree," a cut from her recent holiday album, Wrapped in Red. Kelly was indeed wrapped in red for the performance, wearing a glittering red party dress and matching shoes. She even sang into a glittering red microphone, perched on a matching stand.
The Who have released "the world's first-ever digital box set" with their Tommy app. The app gives users the chance to listen to the first five tracks of Tommy for free, along with a free first chapter of Richard Barnes' book on the album, with an in-app purchase option for the rest of the book.
Sha'keir Duarte, the cousin of Frank Ocean, sued Chris Brown for $3 million in connection with the parking lot brawl that went down this past summer. Now the details behind the $3 million figure have been uncovered by TMZ. Duarte claims that he was punched and kicked by a member of Brown's entourage during the fight.
Robin Thicke is featured on "Calling All Hearts," the first single from DJ Cassidy's upcoming album. The cut, currently streaming via SoundCloud, also features a guest spot from Jessie J. In late September, Jessie hit Twitter to note that the three had wrapped filming on the video: "That's a wrap! Woooooo! Amazing video! @robinthicke @djcassidy"
Billy Joel has announced a deal to perform once a month at New York's Madison Square Garden. The rock legend has inked the lucrative contract with the venue, becoming the first ever musical artist to hold a regular standing gig at the arena. The first shows in the series are scheduled for January 27, February 3, March 21 and April 18.
Carrie Underwood was injured on the set of the recent Sound of Music production for NBC. The country star hit Twitter to notify fans of her clumsiness, while also assuring them that she's okay. "So yesterday I hit myself in the head with my own guitar & later fell on my face playing leap frog! What do today's rehearsals have for us?" she wrote.