Lady Gaga has reportedly returned to the studio to commence work on a new release. It could mark a quick turnaround of new music, following the 2016 release of her current album Joanne. The Mother Monster also teased headlining tour dates in support of the current effort.
Plans for the previously announced Smashing Pumpkins reunion are reportedly taking shape nicely, according to a new statement from Billy Corgan. Speaking with a Chicago radio station, Corgan revealed that the band's classic lineup is "looking good" for a reunion.
Billy Currington has revealed his plans to head out on the road this summer. The run, dubbed the 'Stay Up Til The Sun' tour is set to kick off on March 9 in St. Louis at the Peabody Opera House and will run through June 1 when he will wrap at the Tabernacle in Atlanta.
Black Sabbath recently came in at number one on the Hot Tours list. The tours are ranked by their gross and are compiled from boxscores reported January 3 through 9.
The Hot Tours list shows that Black Sabbath grossed $10,396,394 between November 16 and December 4. During this time the band played in eight Latin American cities.
Lifetime Network has revealed the casting selections for their forthcoming biopic on Michael Jackson. A beloved Jackson tribute artist named Navi has landed the role of MJ while The Wire and Walking Dead star Chad L. Coleman will support in the role of Bill Whitefield, Jackson's bodyguard and confidant.
Madonna has tackled the issue of ageism in the newest edition of Harper's Bazaar. In the article the pop icon opened up about her love life and revealed that having relationships with much younger men has created some turmoil in her personal life.
Tool have reportedly signed on to serve as headliners for the upcoming Boston Calling Festival. The event is set to take place May 26-28 at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Boston and this year Tool joins a deep list of headliners including Weezer, Chance the Rapper, the xx, Bon Iver and Cage the Elephant.
The Zac Brown Band has revealed that they are planning to release new music and hit the road this year. The band hit their official website on January 13 revealing that their new album Welcome Home is set for release on May 12 and they will embark on a massive US tour this spring.
Yanni "John" Alexis Mardas, a friend and employee of the Beatles also known as "Magic Alex" has died in Greece at the age of 74. Madras was one of the first employees of the band's Apple Records and served primarily as a designer for their Apple Electronics brand, creating gadgets and lighting displays for the band and label.
Drake has revealed plans to postpone his upcoming European tour. The Toronto MC broke the news to fans over the weekend explaining that he needs more time to prepare technical aspects of the show. It's not all bad news, however, as he also noted that those technical issues will include many new features to his stage show.
The notoriously reclusive Beyoncé sat down for a rare interview with none other than her sister Solange for Interview Magazine earlier this week. During the chat Solange vowed to stay unapologetically strong and set an example for young women coming after her.
Loretta Lynn has been tapped to get the Country Music Hall of Fame treatment later this year. Lynn is one of several iconic acts that will have full exhibits built around their career at the Hall in 2017 and news of the new installation came earlier this week in an unveiling at the venue.
A new entertainment complex is coming to the grounds of Elvis Presley's famed Graceland home in March. The new complex will include 200,000 square feet of entertainment facilities and will sit across the street from Graceland, which opened as a museum of The King's life shortly after his death in 1977.
David Byrne has revealed plans for a new musical he is composing based on the life of Joan of Arc. The new work, titled Joan of Arc: Into the Fire, will feature a book, lyrics and music all composed by Byrne and is set to open at New York's Public Theatre on March 15.
Lady Gaga will not play Donatella Versace in the upcoming third season of FX's American Crime Story, according to show creator Ryan Murphy.
Murphy adds that Gaga was never really in consideration for the starring role of the upcoming new season, which will explore the designer's 1997 murder.