The Dierks Bentley exhibit, "Every Mile a Memory," will open at the Country Music Hall of Fame on March 4. The exhibit features guitars, lyric sheets, stage costumes and other memorabilia. "It's crazy to be considered for something like this," Bentley said in a statement.
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler sang at such a high pitch that he shattered the glass on the camera during an appearance on This Morning with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. The program featured Tyler's Skittles Super Bowl ad, which features Tyler's face in Skittles singing. "Oh my god! You'll never believe what just happened!" exclaimed Willoughby.
Brian Wilson has added a third date at London's Palladium to his Pet Sounds 50th anniversary tour. The 70 plus date trek begins in Auckland, Australia on March 26 and hits Japan, Europe and the U.S. On the tour, which Wilson says will be the last live performances of the album, he and his band will play the classic Beach Boys album in its entirety.
Netflix has announced that they have renewed "Orange Is the New Black" for another three seasons ahead of their season four debut on June 17. "Three more years! Not quite a political term, but still plenty of time to do some interesting things. In some cultures, 'May you lead an interesting life,' is a curse, but I don't live in those cultures," series creator and showrunner Jenji Kohanin said.
Van Halen singer David Lee Roth will launch a new website at DavidLeeRoth.net on February 7, along with a new episode of The Roth Show, the video webcast he began hosting in 2012. Roth previously pulled his website, along with all episodes of The Roth Show, after Van Halen announced plans to release their Tokyo Dome live LP and 2014 tour.
Brantley Gilbert has invited Colt Ford and Justin Moore out on the road with him for his upcoming tour. The pair have signed on to hit Gilbert's Take It Outside tour this summer, which will kick off on June 2 in Mansfield, Massachusetts. "We're just getting started bringing the music to the people," Gilbert says in a press release.
The Rolling Stones kicked off their 2016 tour at Chile's Estadio Nacional on Wednesday night, giving a performance of their 1967 tune "She's a Rainbow" for the first time in 18 years. The Stones asked fans to choose between four songs ("Anybody Seen My Baby," "She's So Cold," "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Rainbow"), and fans voted for the latter.
Kendrick Lamar is featured on the latest edition of Billboard magazine, along with the title, "Kendrick's Sweet Revenge." The cover comes ahead of Lamar's appearance at the Grammys, where he's been nominated for 11 awards. "I want to win them all," K-Dot began. "It's bigger than me, When we think about the Grammys, only Lauryn Hill and OutKast have won."
Lady Gaga has been tasked with singing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50 before the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos take the field. The NFL made the official announcement via their Twitter page. She will be accompanied by Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin, who's slated to perform in American Sign Language.
Beyoncé has parted ways with her longtime business manager and hired a new team, Page Six is reporting. Page Six reports that that Beyoncé has split with her general manager of five years, Lee Anne Callahan-Longo. The singer is now reportedly working with Steve Pamon, who was JPMorgan Chase's head of sports and entertainment marketing.
Mark Hoppus has shared a new video of Blink-182 in the studio as they continue to work on their upcoming new album. The bassist recently took to his Instagram page to share a video of Travis Barker recording drum parts for a new song. Hoppus appeared to suggest the band are writing as they record, tagging the video, "Tracking drums for a song that didn't exist this morning."
Jhene Aiko is featured on the latest music from Gallant, a track called "Skipping Stones." The cut, released at the official Soundcloud page of Red Bull Sound Select, features Aiko and Gallant harmonizing over lost love. Speaking with The Fader, Gallant said the track was written "for the lonely ones this Valentine's Day."
A previously unreleased Red Hot Chili Peppers cut, "Circle of the Noose," featuring former RHCP guitarist Dave Navarro, has surfaced online. The cut came from the band's sessions to the follow-up to 1995's One Hot Minute - sessions that never came to fruition as Navarro left the band due to addiction problems.
Miley Cyrus has announced that she will join NBC's The Voice in the role of "key advisor." Cyrus made the news public via Twitter. The singer didn't say whether she'd be assisting just one of the teams, as is usually the case, or helping all four, as Taylor Swift did in 2014. "When Miley speaks, everyone pays attention. Our artists are very lucky."
Thom Yorke will auction handwritten lyrics from the Radiohead song "Airbag" for charity. Lyrics for the tune, the opening cut from 1997's O.K. Computer, were written inside of Yorke's copy of the William Blake book Songs of Innocence of Experience. The copy of Songs of Innocence of Experience also contains Yorke's annotations of various Blake poems.