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sturgillsimpson-121216.jpg Sturgill Simpson has been named a Kentucky Colonel, the highest title of honor someone can receive from the state's governor. Simpson was honored by both the Kentucky House of Representatives and Kentucky Senate in Frankfort earlier this week. In the House, Rep. James Kay called Simpson "a proud Kentuckian" and "a man of the people."

ozzyosbourne-020718.jpg Ozzy Osbourne has filed a lawsuit against AEG over its block booking policy requiring artists who want to play the O2 Arena in London to also play Staples Center in Los Angeles. Osbourne is seeking an injunction to force AEG to abandon the policy and is asking a judge to find that the block booking policy violates U.S. antitrust laws.

neil-diamond-042114.jpg Neil Diamond has been named the recipient of this year's Johnny Mercer Award at the 49th Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony and gala. The event is set to take place in New York City on June 14.

shinedown-012318.jpg Shinedown and Godsmack have added dates to their planned co-headlining tour. The run is set to kick off on July 22 in Clarkson, Michigan at the DTE Center and will run through September 2, when they'll close it out at Long Island's Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater.

queenlatifah-100413.jpg Queen Latifah is mourning the loss of her mother Rita Owens, who lost her battle with heart disease. Owens suffered from heart failure, a chronic, progressive disease in which the heart is unable to supply adequate blood flow to other organs. She was diagnosed with the condition in 2004 after passing out at work and being rushed to the hospital.

keithurban-110817.jpg Keith Urban has released a new single, "Coming Home," the first single from his upcoming album, Graffiti U. The track was co-written by Urban and co-producer J.R. Rotem along with Julie Michaels and Nicolle Galyon.

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie's camp has confirmed that there will be a live band appearing during the upcoming Lazarus film event. The event is billed as a "motion picture/live soundtrack experience" and will take place at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn, New York on May 2.

marilyn-manson-072016.jpg Courtney Love is featured as a nurse in Marilyn Manson's new video for "Tattooed In Reverse." Manson tweeted a brief scene from the video that shows him in a wheelchair, being pushed through a doorway by the Hole frontwoman, who's dressed as a nurse.

beyonce-110217.jpg Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z have added more dates to their sprawling On The Run II tour. The run will now include a second Amsterdam show at the Amsterdam Arena on June 20 as well as eight new North American dates.

chrisstapleton-101617.jpg Chris Stapleton has landed his first number one song on the Country Radio Airplay charts with "Broken Halos." He's scored multiple number one tracks as a songwriter but this marks his first chart topper as a recording artist and songwriter.

bruce-springsteen-070916.jpg Bruce Springsteen has extended his run of Broadway shows through December. The newly expanded dates will bring The Boss back to the Great White Way for shows July 10 through December 15, 2018.

jack-whites-070916.jpg Jack White has signed on for a headlining performance at this year's Lollapalooza festival. The event is set to take place in Chicago's Grant Park from August 2 to August 5. White will be joined by fellow headliners Bruno Mars, the Weeknd and Artic Monkeys.

brunomars-072817.jpg Bruno Mars has signed on for a headlining performance at this year's Lollapalooza festival. The event is set to take place in Chicago's Grant Park from August 2 to August 5. Mars will be joined by fellow headliners Jack White, the Weeknd and Artic Monkeys.

ladyant-061316.jpg Lady Antebellum have signed on for a performance at the upcoming ACM Awards. This year's event, the 53rd, will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and will air live Sunday, April 15, at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS. Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Kenny Chesney have also been added to the roster of performers this year.

liamgallagher-103117.jpg Liam Gallagher has confirmed a new string of headlining tour dates in North America. The run is set to kick off at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco on May 10 and wraps at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C. on May 18. Richard Ashcroft of the Verve will serve as Gallagher's support act for most of the tour.

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