In honor of Bob Dylan's 75th birthday, David Crosby praises the birthday boy in a new animated video courtesy of Rolling Stone. The comments are taken from a 2013 interview Rolling Stone conducted with Crosby on how much Dylan changed the landscape of folk music when he burst onto the scene. "He was completely different than anyone," Crosby says in the video.
Ariana Grande has released a new video for her song "Into You." Grande sports a sexy ensemble of a black bra top and high-waisted daisy dukes as she rides into the desert on a motorcycle with her male love interest, played by Don Benjamin, in the new clip, directed by Hannah Lux Davis and produced by Brandon Bonfiglio.
Robert Plant has been forced to cancel his upcoming appearance at the Meltdown Festival in order to face trial in a case surrounding the writing of Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To Heaven." Plant was due to appear at London's Royal Festival Hall on June 19 as part of a benefit show, "The Ship We're In," to raise money for The British Red Cross' refugee awareness campaign.
For the premiere episode of the third season of his GQ series, "Most Expensivest S**t," 2 Chainz gets high off $500,000 worth of weed, bongs and dabs. For the new episode, 2 Chainz teams up with Dr. Dina and partakes in smoking and using $500,000 worth of glass bongs, weed and dabs (hash oils), including a bong that's shaped like a scorpion.
The Strokes are teasing that they will play new songs when they appear at this year's Governors Ball music festival in June. Asked if the Strokes will play any new songs at the show, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. replied on Twitter to a fan, "You'll just to have to wait and see." Additionally, bassist Nikolai Fraiture posted a tweet asking, "Any song requests . . ."
David Nail is keeping busy these days. Not only did he release a surprise EP, Uncovered, on May 20, he also shared details of his forthcoming studio album, Fighter. "With this record, I had no expectations of making one, period," Nail tells The Boot. "I wrote a couple songs that I wanted to go in and record, just really as demos."
Neil Young has backed off his stance regarding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump using his song "Rockin' In The Free World" at rallies, saying in a new interview that he "doesn't have anything against him" for using it. "The fact that I said I was for Bernie Sanders and then [Trump] didn't ask me . . ."
Eminem has announced a limited-edition run of exclusive collectibles to celebrate the 16th anniversary of his album The Marshall Mathers LP. The items include 700 bricks that were gathered from Eminem's childhood home, the same one that appeared on the cover art for MMLP and MMLP2, and the same house that was demolished for safety reasons in 2013.
A fishing boat that once belonged to the late Merle Haggard now belongs to his son Ben. According to Country Rebel, the 1980s Ranger boat, formerly owned by Haggard, came into the possession of a blind friend of Tanyalynn Cornett's father. When the friend passed away, Cornett bought the boat from his widow and continued to make memories on it with his family.
System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian says that he and the other members of the band have been in touch and are talking about writing new music. "There's definitely a lot of communication going on, a lot of back and forth," Tankian told Rolling Stone. "I can't make a statement in terms of whether we're going to have a record or not . . ."
Former child star Alisan Porter, who starred in the 1991 film "Curly Sue," has won Season 10 of "The Voice." She beat out Adam Wakefield to take home the coveted crown. "I have retired Curly Sue, she is dead! I am now the girl who won "The Voice,"" Porter told reporters after taking home the crown in the season 10 finale.
Tom Petty and Mudcrutch has kicked off their summer tour, which will keep them out on the road until the end of June. The first two dates of the tour were benefit shows to raise money for Midnight Mission, a Los Angeles-based charity dedicated to offering 12-step recovery, family living, job training, education and workforce development programs to men, women and children.
Madonna has responded to the harsh criticism she has received for her Prince tribute at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. The performance, which saw Madonna sing "Nothing Compares 2U" before being joined by Stevie Wonder for a version of "Purple Rain," was mocked on social media, as well as by rival music ceremony the BET Awards.
"America's Next Top Model" winner Nyle DiMarco has been crowned the winner of Season 22 of "Dancing With the Stars," beating out UFC fighter Paige VanZant and "GMA" meteorologist Ginger Zee. VanZant placed second while Zee, who suffered an injury and was on the fence about even dancing in the final episode, came in third.
The Killers have announced that bassist Mark Stoermer is taking a break from touring. Stoermer, who will still be involved with recording the band's new album, plans to make a solo album and "pursue other educational goals." "Mark has decided to take a break from The Killers touring," a statement from the group reads.