David Bowie's previously unreleased album The Gouster will be released as part of the new compilation box Who Can I Be Now? (1974-76). The Gouster eventually became Bowie's 1975 album Young Americans. "Gouster was a word unfamiliar to me, but David knew it as a type of dress code worn by African-American teens in the '60's, in Chicago."
Drake's most recent three projects, Views, What A Time To Be Alive, and If You're Reading This It's Too Late, are set to be released on vinyl. As Pitchfork reports, fans can pre-order the new LPs now, with an expected release date of October 7. Previously, Drake's What A Time To Be Alive was only available as a digital-only release until now.
Liam Gallagher will take part in a special livestream Q&A before the U.S. screening of Oasis documentary Supersonic on October 2. The film's director Mat Whitecross will join Gallagher in answering questions for fans watching in cinemas across the U.S. Supersonic was directed by Mat Whitecross and co-produced by Amy director Asif Kapadia.
Common and Stevie Wonder have released a new politically-charged video for "Black American Again." The clip, produced by Karriem Riggins and Robert Glasper, opens with footage of Alton Sterling killed by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and features shots of solemn and troubled looking African-Americans as Common sings about Trayvon Martin and more.
Bruce Springsteen has made it known that he is not a fan of Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. Springsteen said that "the republic under siege by a moron" when referring to Trump, telling Rolling Stone that "the whole thing is tragic. Without overstating it, it's a tragedy for our democracy. . . . The ideas he's moving to the mainstream are all very dangerous."
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe accidentally snapped a photo of himself, Willie Nelson and Nelson's marijuana during a visit to Nelson's tour bus. Nelson's wife Annie snapped a photo of the two smiling for the camera with a can of Willie's Reserve marijuana on the table between them. The photo quickly went viral.
Panic! At the Disco has released a new video for "LA Devotee," which feature Stranger Things actor Noah Schnapp. In the new clip, which was directed by SCANTRON and Mel Sori, Schnapp, who portrays kidnapped Will Byers in Stranger Things, is kidnapped once again and held captive in a satanic lair as a shrouded figure in a red hood and cape lurks about.
Tim McGraw celebrated his wife Faith Hill's 49th birthday with a cute throwback picture on Instagram. "Happy birthday to this crazy, talented, beautiful woman. I am so lucky to be married to and be with her for the rest of my life. The best mother and role model that my 3 daughters could possibly have. She is extraordinary!!" read the caption that accompanied the photo.
A new deluxe edition of Bon Jovi's latest album, This House Is Not For Sale, is set to be released at the retail giant, Target. The album will include three previously unreleased tracks. The deluxe Target version of the record will include the songs, "Touch of Grey," "I Will Drive You Home" and "Goodnight New York." The previous release consisted of 12 songs.
Swizz Beatz has been named in a $42 million lawsuit claiming that his name was used to fraudulently lease luxury cars, according to the New York Post. Metro Gem Leasing and Funding Corp. filed the new lawsuit in Brooklyn federal court, alleging that Long Island car dealership owner Macky Dancy leased cars to Beatz "for use for him and his wife Alicia Keys."
A custom made suit that belonged to John Lennon is set to hit the auction block alongside a number of other Beatles items. A tweed grey and black two-piece suit made by the band's tailor Douglas Millings will be auctioned off by Boston-based RR Auction in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The interior breast pocket of the suit jacket contains a white D.A. Millings & Sons tag.
Brad Paisley has added a second leg of free shows to his 2016 Brad Paisley Country Nation College Tour. Among the new schools added to the tour are the Air Force Academy on September 29, East Carolina University on October 6, the University of Connecticut on October 7, University of Nebraska on October 13, University of Kansas on October 14 and more.
Iconic British heavy metal artists, Iron Maiden, will once again be storming the shores of the United States - not with an ear shattering live tour, but with their third entry in their craft beer offerings, Trooper Red 'N' Black. Brewed by Robinsons Brewery in Stockport, England, Red 'N' Black follows the popular original offering, Trooper.
Miley Cyrus is encouraging Corey Feldman to continue making art after his bizarre viral Today Show performance was widely panned and criticized.
Feldman performed his song "Go 4 It" with his band Corey's Angels, which led to derisive comments online. Feldman hit out at online bullying in an emotional livestream following the performance.
Ariana Grande has released a new single, "They Don't Know," which is featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming film Trolls. The new track was written by Justin Timberlake. In addition to Ariana's song and Timberlake's chart-topping hit "Can't Stop the Feeling!" the Trolls soundtrack features contributions from Gwen Stefani and Anna Kendrick.