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BillyJoel-102417.jpg Foreigner's Lou Gramm and Mick Jones were the latest guests to join Billy Joel onstage during his long running residency at New York City's Madison Square Garden. The trio performed the band's hits "Urgent" and "Cold as Ice."

common-062716.jpg Common is working on a new boxing documentary, They Fight. Andrew Renzi will direct, while Argent Pictures, Ryan Ahrens and Ben Renzo, and Common will help finance and produce.

ZacBrownBandFenway-071916.jpg Zac Brown Band have announced a new tour for 2018, the Down The Rabbit Hole Live: Zac Brown Band 2018. OneRepublic and Leon Bridges will also perform along the way.

Avenged-Sevenfold-050117.jpg Avenged Sevenfold were joined by Lzzy Hale for a cover version of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" in Nashville, Tennessee for the opening night of their tour with Breaking Benjamin.

KatyPerry-082417.jpg Katy Perry will help honor iconic Disney character Minnie Mouse, by presenting her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to celebrate the animated legend's 90th anniversary.

DoloresORiordan-011618.jpg Dolores O'Riordan, the lead singer of The Cranberries has passed away suddenly in London on Monday at the age of 46. Her death was confirmed by the band's publicist.

DickeyBetts-112417.jpg Dickey Betts will perform as part of the 2018 Peach Music Festival. Phil Lesh, Gov't Mule, who will perform two sets, and Joe Russo's Almost Dead will also appear at the festival.

bob-marley-100316.jpg Primary Wave, along with investors including BlackRock, has acquired a share of Bob Marley's music publishing catalog. The New York Times reports that Island Records founder Chris Blackwell signed a $50 million deal to give Primary Wave an 80 percent share of Blackwell's share of two publishing catalogs, Marley's songs and Blue Mountain Music.

scottymccreery-062816.jpg Scotty McCreery has released "Wherever You Are," which was co-written by McCreery, Frank Rogers and Dan Isbell. The new track will appear on his upcoming album Seasons Change.

FooFighters-120417.jpg Foo Fighters will perform at the Brit Awards next month for the very first time. They will join previously-announced performers Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, Sam Smith and Stormzy.

Sting-062316.jpg Sting and Shaggy have teamed up on a handful of tracks, which a press release describes as "island-influenced" and "Caribbean-flavored." The press release continues that the studio sessions happened late last year and resulted in music that reflects both Sting and Shaggy's "mutual love of Jamaica, its music, people and culture."

justin-timberlake-61016.jpg Justin Timberlake will serve as a guest on the post-Super Bowl edition of the Tonight Show. He will guest alongside Dwayne Johnson on the show, which will air on February 4. Host Jimmy Fallon broke news of the lineup during an appearance at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.

charlie-daniels-061016.jpg The upcoming Charlie Daniels annual charity concert has added performances by Chris Young, Alabama, Lee Brice, Sara Evans and Travis Tritt.

ImagineDragons-102617.jpg Imagine Dragons have been added to the lineup of artists who will pay tribute to MusiCares Person of the Year Fleetwood Mac later this month in New York.

KidRock-092717.jpg Kid Rock has changed the name of his "Greatest Show on Earth" tour to the American Rock 'n' Roll Tour 2018 after he was slapped with a lawsuit by the company that owns the Ringling Circus. The company, named Feld Entertainment, filed the suit claiming that the iconic slogan is too important to their business for Rock to continue using it.

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