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JakeOwen-091917.jpg Jake Owen is doing his part to help the victims of Hurricane Irma in his home state of Florida. He has partnered with Florida Governor Rick Scott to launch the Bring Back the Sunshine Campaign, and is calling on fans to make a one-time donation of $10.

AvrilLavigne-110811.jpg  Avril Lavigne has been named the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to cybersecurity company McAfee. She is atop McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrities study this year.

kissband-061416.jpg Gene Simmons is still standing by his failed attempt to trademark the devil horns hand gesture. "You can't please everybody. Not everybody likes Jesus, either," Simmons told Canada's Metro. "Instead of worrying what people think, I just go my merry way and do whatever I want to do. If I could, I would trademark the air you breathe. Every breath. Yes, I would."

william-butler-070916.jpg Arcade Fire has released a new cover of John Lennon "Mind Games," as part of the Spotify Singles series. The band has also been known to cover the track during their live sets. The band famously performed "Mind Games" this past August, mashing it up with Radiohead's "Karma Police" and David Bowie's "Oh! You Pretty Things."

chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown has reached a settlement with Liziane Gutierrez, who claimed she was attacked by Brown after attempting to take a photo with him. TMZ reports that Brown and Gutierrez have finally settled the case although the official settlement amount was not disclosed. Sources told TMZ the initial settlement negotiations were around $70,000.

chriscornell-070116.jpg Chris Cornell will be honored at the LA Chefs For Human Rights Dinner for for his original song "The Promise," and for his philanthropic and humanitarian efforts on behalf of vulnerable children around the world. His widow, Vicky Cornell, will accept the award. "We're deeply honored to celebrate the life-changing work Vicky and Chris have accomplished . . ."

JohnnySandlin-092017.jpg Famed producer Johnny Sandlin, who has worked with the Allman Brothers Band and Gregg Allman, has passed away at the age of 72, according to the Decatur Daily. According to Encyclopedia Alabama, Sandlin played in a group called The Five Minutes that merged with Gregg and Duane Allman's early band The Allman Joys.

MileyCyrus-091917.jpg Miley Cyrus has revealed the official track listing for her new album Younger Now. Cyrus revealed that there will be 11 tracks, including a duet with her godmother, Dolly Parton, on the song "Rainbowland." The album also features lead singles "Younger Now," which she performed at the MTV Music Video Awards, and "Malibu."

group-Xscape-091917.jpg Xscape is heading out for their first ever solo headlining tour, The Great Xscape Tour. The Great Xscape Tour kicks off on November 22 at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia and wraps up in Los Angeles at the Microsoft Theater on January 6, 2018. They will be joined by special guests Tamar Braxton and Monica.

maxresdefault-070916.jpg Willie Nelson has confirmed that his new release Willie Nelson and the Boys is set for release next month. The release will serve as part of Nelson's Willie's Stash series and features covers of classics by Hank Williams and other greats with help from his sons Lukas and Micah. The album was engineered by Steve Chadie.

HeartBand-062113.jpg Heart's Nancy Wilson helped lead an all-star cover of John Lennon's "Power to the People" at the recent Global Citizen Live concert. Tom Morello, Brandi Carlile, M. Ward, Valerie Simpson, Liv Warfield and Paul Shaffer also took part in the performance.

shaniatwain-100616.jpg Shania Twain has released "We Got Something They Don't," which appears on her new album Now. "We got something they don't / Fire burning deep in our bones / Smokin' when we're away / On fire when we get home," Twain sings in the chorus of "We Got Something They Don't." "They may say we're done / That we will never win this one / But we know differently . . ."

SiaFurler-010417.jpg Sia has released a new video for "Rainbow," which features 14-year-old dancer Maddie Ziegler, who has previously appeared in Sia's videos for "Chandelier" and "The Greatest." The new track appears on the upcoming soundtrack for My Little Pony: The Movie.

tom-morello-061016.jpg Tom Morello led an all-star cover of John Lennon's "Power to the People" at the recent Global Citizen Live concert. Heart's Nancy Wilson, Brandi Carlile, M. Ward, Valerie Simpson, Liv Warfield and Paul Shaffer also took part in the performance.

PharrellWilliams-060717.jpg Pharrell Williams delivered a powerful speech condemning racism, hate and white supremacy in America at the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors. "So for everybody at home watching this and acting like y'all don't see what's going on out there, you gotta open your eyes," he said. "You keep saying you don't see what's going, on television, what's happening to us, open your eyes."

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