logo

Entertainment News

Share SHARE

DonMcLean-040915.jpg Don McLean has settled the 18-month long legal battle he has had with his ex-wife, stemming from assault charges. Last year he pleaded guilty on six counts of assault and was convicted on three as part of a plea deal that included a number of different stipulations, including no contact with his former wife of 30 years.

usher-raymond-070916.jpg Usher has reportedly been slapped with a second lawsuit for allegedly passing the herpes virus to a lover. Just days after news surfaced of a settled lawsuit in 2012 for infecting a woman with herpes, another plaintiff has come forward alleging that the R&B star passed on the sexually transmitted disease.

rebamcentire-061316.jpg Reba McEntire will serve as the headlining act for the No Greater Love Music Festival, a Christian music festival set to take place this August. McEntire recently released a faith-based double album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope.

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie's single "Heroes" will be released as a new 7" picture disc in honor of its 40th anniversary. Bowie wrote the song's lyrics; the music is by Bowie and Brian Eno.

enriqueiglesias-032214.jpg Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull have reached No. 2 on Billboard's list of the top grossing tours thus far for 2017. The pair's co-headlining tour includes 35 concerts over a five-month span. It kicked off in the Chicago area on June 3 and will wrap on the West Coast in late October.

Motleycrue-072816.jpg Nikki Sixx has teamed with Heavy Metal on a new graphic novel representation of his The Heroin Diaries book. The Heroin Diaries graphic novel will be the first release under Heavy Metal's new 12 X 12 imprint, a new line of music-themed art books and graphic novels that will explore the songs and experiences of the most exciting musical artists.

common-062716.jpg Common has announced that he is coming to Sacramento, California for a free concert in an effort to promote criminal justice reform. He also says that he will announce additional acts for the show in the coming weeks.

garth-brooks-070916.jpg Garth Brooks has added an early September stop in Calgary, Alberta, Canada to his World Tour. Brooks' Calgary World Tour stop is scheduled to take place on September 9 at 7:30pm at the city's Scotiabank Saddledome. Brooks' wife, Trisha Yearwood, will be the evening's special guest.

ringo-starr-061016.jpg Ringo Starr says that the music of the Beatles is still relevant today because the Fab Four worked so hard to make it that way. "The great thing with the Beatles' music -- we worked very hard, and it's still relevant today," Starr tells Rolling Stone.

red-hot-chili-peppers-070916.jpg Flea has squashed rumors that the Red Hot Chili Peppers are ready to call it quits. The rumors stem from comments made by drummer Chad Smith, who said he still wanted to make records but not tour.

TreySongz-072117.jpg Trey Songz has connected with Tory Lanez for a remix of the DJ Khaled track "Wild Thoughts. The track features a sample of Carlos Santana's track "Maria Maria" and finds Lanez claiming he's ready to stay in bed with his girl for a little extracurricular.

tim-mcgraw-070916.jpg Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have teamed up with Los Angeles-based clothing retailer Lucky Brand to create a limited-edition collection. The new 17-piece line features one-of-a-kind denim styles complete with embroidered accents of McGraw and Hill's lyrics, and vintage tees inspired by throwback concert posters.

Fleetwood-061016.jpg Fleetwood Mac will be honored at the 2018 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute, "in recognition of their significant creative accomplishments and their longtime support of a number of charitable causes," including MusiCares, which offers health and human services to the music industry.

chriscornell-070116.jpg A Seattle-based charity called Childhaven has announced plans for a new music therapy program in the name of the late Chris Cornell. The project, called the "Chris Cornell Music Therapy Program At Childhaven," was announced on July 20—Cornell's birthday anniversary.

janet-jackson-111816.jpg After splitting from her husband, Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana, in April, Janet Jackson is moving back to Los Angeles from London. Jackson originally moved to London while she was with Wissam and was reportedly planning to continue living there following the separation. New reports however suggest that she has decided to return to California with baby Eissa.

Follow RTT