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radiohead-album-061016.jpg Actor Ed Norton is giving fans a chance to go backstage at a Radiohead gig and meet the band in exchange for donating to charity. For the new opportunity, Norton has teamed up with Crowdrise to help raise funds for Conservation International and Kenya's Maasai Wilderness Conservations Trust. Fans who donate $10 will be entered into a competition for the prize of seeing Radiohead.

tom-morello-061016.jpg Prophets of Rage have released their first single as a band, aptly titled "Prophets of Rage." "Prophets of Rage" is a new spin on a Public Enemy song and includes some new music and a new verse sung by B-Real. The track can be heard on the group's official website.

dierksbentleyr-061316.jpg Dierks Bentley has scored his 14th number one hit with "Somewhere On a Beach," the debut single off of his latest recordBlack. "You want something that you always want to sing for the rest of your career," Bentley shares. "You never want to put something out there that I feel like I have to sing."

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney has been named the U.K.'s most successful albums act of all time. The former Beatle was awarded the Official Chart Record Breaker Award, which is presented to artists achieving the greatest sales feats, by the Official Charts Company. McCartney has scored 22 number one albums over the course of his career while selling over 700 million albums worldwide.

justin-timberlake-61016.jpg Justin Timberlake has opened up about the making of the film Trolls, fatherhood and his new music coming in the future. J-Tim not only lent his voice to the film, but was also enlisted as the music director for the film. "I kept bringing up 'Saturday Night Fever' with this movie," he says. "The filmmakers say they were inspired by the two sides of the '70s . . ."

marilyn-manson-072016.jpg Marilyn Manson has signed on to appear in the role of a ruthless hitman in the new film Let Me Make You A Martyr. The film is set to premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal and initial footage shows Manson's character delivering a frightening ultimatum. "Look, you would have shot me if you were man enough when I walked through the f*****g door . . ."

alicia-060816.jpg Alicia Keys has revealed some new music during a recent show in Los Angeles. The show came earlier this week at the legendary Troubadour venue in Hollywood and found the R&B star backed by a 6-piece ensemble. Speaking with the audience, Keys noted that all the new music will be featured on a new album and that she considers it her best work yet.

kip-moore-062116.jpg Kip Moore has offered up his cover of a Josh Turner song for a recent St. Jude's Children's Hospital charity. Moore shared a video from his visit to the hospital during which he offers up his version of Turner's song "Your Man." Moore has long been a supporter of children's charities and also recently shared a video of two children of different races sharing a long hug.

killers-100609.jpg Killers bassist Mark Stoermer has released new details for a forthcoming solo release. The new album is titled Dark Arts and is set for release on August 5. It features singer David Hopkins, who appears regularly with the band Bombay Heavy. "It's writing a song together and basically texting each other a line at a time."

gwenstefani-062016.jpg Gwen Stefani recalled working with the late Prince on the track "Waiting Room," which appeared on No Doubt's 2001 album Rock Steady. For the session, Stefani recounts that she went to Paisley Park after Prince had reached out to Stefani to collaborate. Prince had re-written the song and, as Stefani recalls, was on "a whole 'nother planet, level" of talent.

Joe-Perry-071316.jpg After a few weeks of rest, Joe Perry is set to rejoin the Hollywood Vampires after collapsing backstage on July 10. The band broke the news of Perry's return on their official Facebook page. Blabbermouth reports that sources close to Perry and the band told Premiere Networks that a combination of dehydration and exhaustion caused Perry to collapse backstage in Brooklyn, New York.

lynyrd-062716.jpg Lynyrd Skynyrd's Garry Rossington underwent heart surgery recently, which is why the band was forced to cancel the next few weeks of their current tour. "The Lynyrd Skynyrd band is canceling or rescheduling the next 2 weeks of touring, while Gary Rossington recovers at home from heart surgery to repair blockage in his arteries," the group announced on its Facebook page.

drake-070916.jpg On the second night of his 'Summer Sixteen Tour,' Drake took aim at Joe Budden. "We got that good energy going on," he said at one point in the show. "I should've brought Joe Budden up here to let him do 'Pump It Up' one time… F**k them ni**as, man." Budden responded on Twitter in a tweet that has since been deleted. He said "He want attention lol."

david-bowie-060816.jpg A new David Bowie boxset Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976) will include Bowie's complete unreleased album The Gouster. Pitchfork reports that Bowie collaborator Tony Visconti wrote the liner notes for the upcoming set. While the set is due out Parlophone, there is no official track listing or release date.

maxresdefault-070916.jpg Willie Nelson's new premium line of cannabis, Willie's Reserve, will be available in select marijuana vendors in Washington and Colorado by August, with plans to expand to future legal states as herb advocates seek to end marijuana prohibition in the U.S. "I've smoked enough, and I want to give back," Nelson said in a press release. "Now that legalization is spreading across the country."

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