Blake Shelton has released his new single "A Guy With a Girl," according to TheBoot.com. The country singer has selected this track as the next single from his latest album, If I'm Honest. "I'm just a guy with a girl everybody wants to know / Wishin' you were there alone / Wonderin' how I ever got your little hand in mine / Lookin' over at ya, like 'Ain't she beautiful?'"
Katy Perry just teamed up with Funny or Die and Rock the Vote to release a new video in which she's encouraging people to go to polls and vote, according to Huffington Post. In the comical video, Perry slides out of bed and goes to her local polling place with messy hair that appears to have multiple things stuck in it, such as a lollipop and gum.
U2's Bono recently posed with his band and Drake for a photo taken by his daughter Eve Hewson, who jokingly called the rapper her "daddy," according to NME. Hewson posted the photo of her real dad and Drake on Instagram after the band and rapper both played sets at a festival in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Brett Eldredge has revealed the details for his upcoming Christmas album, according TheBoot.com. The country singer is set to release his first holiday album titled Glow. "I've been inspired for this record from a very young age," Eldredge says in a press release. "I dreamt of the day I could record all these classic songs that I've loved since I was a little kid."
Mary J Blige recently sang about police brutality during an interview with Hillary Clinton, according to Rap-Up.com. The 45-year-old R&B singer invited the Democratic presidential candidate on her Beats 1 show, "The 411" and released a preview of the episode, which will air on September 30. During their interview Blige sang a cover of of Springsteen's "American Skin (41 Shots)."
Van Morrison says there are so many songs he has yet to release, according to Rolling Stone. The 71-year-old singer is set to release his 36th album, Keep Me Singing, on Friday, September 30. And even though he is getting older, Morrison says he has no intention of throwing in the towel, especially since he has a plethora of unreleased music.
Jake Owen and Chris Stapleton have released their duet track "If He Ain't Gonna Love You," according to TheBoot.com. Owen has selected the duet as the second single off of his new album American Love. "Girl, I need to talk to you / 'Cause I've got a question / See, it's more like a suggestion," Owen sings in the song's chorus.
Green Day has premiered a few of their new song at their world tour kick off, according to NME. The band played their first show at the Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio for their tour in support of their new album Revolution Radio on Monday, September 26. They started off the show with the title track of their new album and the single "Bang Bang."
Alicia Keys won over her first artist on The Voice, according to the Daily Mail. The 35-year-old R&B singer swiped her first artist on the reality singing competition program on Monday, beating out Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus, both of whom turned around to try to snag 31-year-old Josh Halverson.
Coldplay's Chris Martin and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder teamed up for a trio of covers at the 2016 Global Citizen Festival in New York City. The pair came together to perform three songs; Pearl Jam's "Nothingman," Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over" and Patti Smith's "People Have The Power."
The man who appeared on the cover of Nirvana's classic album Nevermind has recreated the image as an adult 25 years later. The man, named Spencer Elden, recreated the photo at a pool in Pasadena, California in a new photo taken by John Chapple. "I said to the photographer, 'Let's do it naked.' But he thought that would be weird, so I wore my swim shorts," Elden said.
Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery collapsed during a show over the weekend, according to TheBoot. After the collapse, rumors were being spread that Montgomery had suffered a heart attack. The band quickly took to Twitter to clear up the rumors. "There are false reports floating around that Eddie had a heart attack last night," the band writes on Twitter. "NOT TRUE."
Metallica have released their new track "Moth Into Flame." The new track is pulled from their forthcoming new release Hardwired . . . to Self-Destruct which is due out on November 18. Speaking with ultimateclassicrock.com, Lars Ulrich said the track is "simpler, but not quite as progressive. . . . It cruises along a little bit more than the last record."
T.I. has released his new video for the track "Black Man" featuring Quavo, Meek Mill and Rara. The track addresses the ongoing protests nationwide against police brutality towards non-white Americans. "Police see I got my hands up," he raps. "Still wanna kill me, they don't understand us / They be looking for a reason just to shoot me . . ."
Joe Perry has revealed that he is nearing completion on his new solo release. The Aerosmith guitar legend spoke with musiciansear.com about the new release and says he's inching towards the finish line on the new release. "I just need to polish it up a bit more," said Perry. "I'm looking to release some of it in the new year."