Blink 182 has confirmed a string of tour dates set for this summer as well the release date for their new album California. The run is set to kick off at the Viejas Arena in San Diego, California on July 22 and will run through October 1 when they'll wrap things up at the Los Angeles Forum. The band's new release is set to drop on July 1 and boasts 16 tracks.
Florence And The Machine has debuted their short film titled The Odyssey, which was directed by Vincent Haycock. The film mixes together surreal scenes using various tracks from the band's latest album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, including "Ship to Wreck," "What Kind of Man" and "Delilah."
Divinity Roxx is best known as the world class live bassist with Beyonce. However, she has also released various solo releases over the last few years. The composer/songwriter/rapper/singer is now prepping the release of her latest effort ImPossible, which follows her 2012 effort Roxx Boxx Experience.
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme have opened up about their new collaborative release Post Pop Depression during a recent appearance at a museum talk. The pair sat down to discuss the release during a chat at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. "I'm always ready to take a risk. I don't work in a bank," Homme explained. "I'm here to take a leap and see what's out there."
Paul Simon has released a new single titled "Cool Papa Bell." The track is set to drop as part of Simon's new release Stranger to Stranger, which is due for release on June 3. He has previously opened up with Rolling Stone about the direction of the release. "About getting you to actually hear something in a new way . . . about making music that sounds old and new . . ."
Jason Aldean has thrown his weight behind the efforts of a children's hospital in his hometown. The Macon, Georgia native donated $500,000 to that city's children's hospital this week.
Brian May has signed on to donate instruments for the upcoming auction put on by the organizers of the Rock in Rio Fest. The festival is collecting autographed instruments from a handful of rock stars including May, Bruce Springsteen and Miley Cyrus and auction proceeds go to a charity to bring instruments to underprivileged kids.
Ariel Winter's mother has opened up about her decision to undergo breast reduction surgery. Speaking with Inside Edition, the 18-year-old's estranged mother Crystal Workman has revealed that she would have advised against the procedure. "I don't think anyone at that age should be cutting into their breasts. I am surprised she did it so young and that the doctor did it for her so young."
Chris Brown has revealed plans for his new mixtape titled OHB. Breezy broke news of the new street release earlier this week via Twitter and has revealed that the new tape is set to drop on May 5. "TEAM BREEZY TO DO LIST: 1. OHB MIXTAPE DROPS FRIDAY 2.SECTION BOYZ, QUAVO,OHB SONG "WHIPPIN" 3. NEW CHRIS BROWN Single drops MAY 5" he explained via Twitter.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant may not testify in an ongoing plagiarism suit involving the music of Led Zeppelin. The rock legends have long been accused of stealing musical themes in "Stairway to Heaven" from the lesser known song "Taurus" by the band Spirit. Zep lost an appeal in a U.S. court to prevent the suit from going to trial.
Blake Shelton has confirmed that he plans to make a special appearance at the Country Music Hall of Fame during the upcoming CMA Music Fest. Shelton broke news of the appearance earlier this week. It will take place at 3 p.m. on June 6 and will include a live performance and discussion.
Beyoncé has officially kicked off her Formation tour in Miami. The show took place on Wednesday, April 27 and found Lady Bey flanked by a handful of her famous friends including Lil Wayne, Future, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Trick Daddy and Yo Gotti. "If you came to slay tonight, say 'I slay,'" she told the audience.
Brian Wilson has confirmed an appearance at the upcoming Together The People Fest in Brighton, England. The fest is set to take place September 3 and 4 in Preston Park, Brighton. It will come as part of Wilson's tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds.
Lenny Kravitz has opened up about Prince's passing and says that a "piece of him died" when he first got the news. Kravitz spoke about the Purple One's passing during a recent interview with Rolling Stone and said that they were very close and he worried about the legend. "I saw him so much, in and out, that I can't remember the last time we spoke."
Ice Cube, DJ Khaled and Travis Scott have all signed up to appear at the upcoming Hard Summer lineup. The two-day festival is set to take place in Los Angeles at the Auto Club Speedway on July 30 and 31.