Footage from a new Beatles documentary finds members of the band sharing their recollections of the frantic Beatlemania period as the band broke through to international mega-stardom. The new film, titled The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, was directed by Ron Howard and a new trailer for the film hit the web this week.
Tame Impala's frontman, Kevin Parker is missing 36 hours of last weekend. He is utilizing the internet to find out where it went. The group performed at the Glastonbury festival in Pilton, UK. Tame Impala shared the main stage as the group who preceded Adele. Speaking to Q Magazine, Parker said, "There's a good 36 hours after we played that is unaccounted for."
Drake brought out none other than Kanye West for a special guest appearance at his recent show in Chicago. Yeezus hit the stage suddenly to the surprise of the audience for a performance of both "Pop Style" and "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1." Speaking about a connection with Kanye, Drake touched on their previous collaborations that have yet to be released.
The filmmaker behind a new Oasis film has revealed that both Noel and Liam Gallagher were both asking about one another during the making of the project. The film is called Supersonic and will be released in October. Director Mat Whitecross spoke on the project with Q Magazine.
Little Big Town have offered up their version of Alicia Keys' "Fallin" on their recent appearance on the show Greatest Hits. The band had previously shared a teaser that they may cover the track when Karen Fairchild said she was ready to channel her "inner Alicia Keys." "This song is vocal gymnastics," Fairchild says in a promo video.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have appeared together in bed in the most recent edition of Harper's Bazaar. In the adjoining article the super-couple open up about topics including their most annoying habits. Speaking of their most annoying habits, Kardashian said that she becomes extremely impatient while doing clothing fittings.
Keith Richards has opened up about his reverence for classic country guitarist Scotty Moore. Throughout his career with Elvis, Moore helped define the fusion of rock, blues and country and recently passed away at the age of 84. "Scotty Moore was my hero. There's a little jazz in his playing, some great country licks and a grounding in the blues as well."
Lil Wayne has released a throwback track titled "That's Not Luv." The track was produced by StreetRunner and originally appeared on Fabolous' The S.O.U.L. Tape and a release by Trae Tha Truth. "This is the original recording of 'Thats Not Luv' on the original beat mixed and mastered," wrote the Miami producer.
Bruce Springsteen's new collection is reportedly set to include five previously unreleased tracks. The new release, titled Chapter and Verse, will feature 18 tracks total and will be released on September 23. The Boss broke news of the new release on his website with an official statement. "[Bruce] Selected the songs on Chapter and Verse to reflect the themes . . ."
The Band Perry have released a new teaser of their single "Comeback Kid." The new single is set to hit radio on August 1 and finds the sibling trio sharing uplifting words about being resilient in the face of tough times. "They like you kick you when you're down / They like it better when you're there on the ground / And up 'til now, I've never made a sound," the song goes.
Matt Damon has opened up about the experience of taking his ten-year-old daughter backstage to meet Prince before his passing. Speaking with Jimmy Fallon, Damon said they had incredible seats for one of Prince's concerts and he feared it would spoil all subsequent shows for the girl. "We could reach up and touch Prince," Damon said.
Pink Floyd have revealed details of a new box set titled The Early Years 1965-1972. The release will include a 27-disc box set and is set to hit stores on November 11. The band broke news of the release in an official press release. "The Early Years 1965-1972 will give collectors the opportunity to hear the evolution of the band and witness their part in cultural . . ."
Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj have both lent their talents to DJ Khaled's new track "Do You Mind." Minaj gets the track popping from the beginning spitting a verse about all the things her man can do to make her happy. "Eat the cake and he suck on my toes, yes," she rhymes. "Hittin' them home runs, I be like 'Go Mets!' / I want a dude that still kiss me when he mad . . ."
The Strokes stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this week for a performance of their new single "Threat of Joy." The track is the most recent single off of the band's newest release Future Present Past, which dropped in May. In addition to the performance, they also made recent headlines when they offered an explanation for the $125 price tag for their Wiltern gig.
Slash gave the cast of the Broadway musical School of Rock a surprise earlier this week when he dropped by a rehearsal. The cast was running through the classic track "Sweet Child O' Mine," when the shredding legend decided to sit in for the solo. Speaking with Rolling Stone of the sit-in he said, "It was really cool to meet such an enthusiastic and talented bunch . . ."