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leeannwomack-052314.jpg Lee An Womack will join Chris Stapleton for a live tribute to the music of Jerry Lee Lewis at next month's Skyville Live concert series. More guests for the tribute concert are expected to be announced soon. According to the show's creator Wally Wilson, Lewis himself will be in attendance.

Stone-temple-pilots-072117.jpg Stone Temple Pilots are remembering their former singer Chester Bennington, who died by suicide Thursday at the age of 41. The Linkin Park star fronted STP from 2013 to 2015.

addc-061416.jpg AC/DC's upcoming new book titled Rock Or Bust: The Official Photographic Tour Book will be released this fall. The book will be released via Rufus Publications, with a shipping date of October 16.

imge3-112816.jpg Yusuf / Cat Stevens has revealed his newest single "See What Love Did to Me." The track is pulled from his new effort The Laughing Apple and finds the legend stretching his folk legs with a new pop-infused twist.

nicki-081816.jpg Nicki Minaj and Blac Chyna hit the road in the new video for the track "Rake It Up." The visual for the new track, from Yo Gotti and Mike WiLL Made-It, features the girls engaging in a road race. In a behind-the-scenes preview, Chyna hangs out in her red Ferrari while Minaj sits in her pink Lamborghini.

SZA-070617.jpg SZA connected with Travis Scott for her recent performance on The Tonight Show. The appearance comes in support of her new release Ctrl and found the pair offering up a rendition of their collaborative track "Love Galore."

keith-urban-062316.jpg Keith Urban has revealed that he is back in the studio working on new music for his first album since last year. Urban made the announcement via a photo on his social media platforms showing a recording studio control board as well as a box of Oblique Strategies cards; created by musician Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt, the cards challenge artists to create using prompts.

trent-061616.jpg Nine Inch Nails offered up a cover of David Bowie's "I Can't Give Everything Away" from his final release Blackstar during a recent performance in Bakersfield, California. Before taking on the cover, Trent Reznor told the crowd that Bowie was a hero of theirs and showed them a musical path.

Beyonce-061917.jpg A new wax figure of Beyoncé at an unidentified Madame Tussauds location is angering fans because it apparently looks nothing like the hit singer. The figure depicts 'Beyonce' in a sparkling blue dress, with blonde hair and noticeably whiter skin. Bey's fans took to Twitter to call out the museum, with some even using the hashtag #TussaudsSoWhite.

TheWho-070916.jpg The Who dug deep into their expansive catalog during their performance on The Tonight Show earlier this week, breaking out a pair of classic tunes, "I Can See for Miles" and "You Better You Bet."

AaronLewis-072017.jpg Aaron Lewis has confirmed a string of dates with Blackberry Smoke this fall. The rocker turned country crooner will hit the road for 18 dates kicking off on October 12 at Shreveport's Municipal Auditorium. They'll also hit Houston, Texas' Ziegenbock Festival, Charlotte;'s Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, Little Rock's Verizon Arena, New

usher-raymond-070916.jpg Usher has reportedly paid out over $1 million to an ex-lover with whom he shared the herpes virus. The woman, an unnamed celebrity stylist, sued the R&B star who reportedly was exposed to the disease sometime between 2009 and 2010. "Believing Raymond's statements that it had been nothing and cleared up, [she] continued her relationship," said the alleged victim's lawyer.

prophetsofrage-012717.jpg Prophets of Rage have revealed their video for current single "Living on the 110." The track examines the disparity between rich and poor through the lens of Los Angeles' famed arterial. Tom Morello opened up on the track with Metal Hammer noting: "In the US, freeways have numbers on them and in Los Angeles there's the 110."

DonHenley-071917.jpg Don Henley performed at the annual Los Angeles benefit for Oceana, the ocean conservation organization. Bill Murray also performed at the event, which was held at the home of veteran manager Keith Addis, who moonlights as president of the eco-charity's board of directors. "I haven't done a backyard [concert] in a while. Two nights ago I was at Dodger Stadium."

radiohead-album-061016.jpg As Radiohead performed in Tel Aviv to close out their A Moon Shaped Pool world tour, they did it in style with their longest set in over a decade. The show went down in Yarkon Park, and according to Reddit, it was the band's longest set in 11 years and their second-longest concert ever.

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