Oli Sykes hit the stage alongside While She Sleeps for a number of surprise performances in the UK over the weekend. Sykes, who recently appeared on the WSS album You Are We on the track titled "Silence Speaks," hit the stage with them for shows in both Sheffield and London.
Josh Turner has grabbed the top spot on the country songs chart with his hit "Hometown Girl." He broke news of the chart success via Twitter and offered congratulations to his label and gave credit to the almighty for the song's success.
"'Hometown Girl' is officially No. 1!" Turner wrote on Twitter. "Thank you God, country radio and MCA Nashville! It's Party Time!!"
Genesis has dropped the hint that they may be planning a 50th anniversary reunion. The band has remained coy about any specific plans of the future, but guitarist Mike Rutherford recently spoke with the UK's Daily Mirror and didn't rule anything out.
Drake has signed on to serve as the host for the upcoming NBA Awards. It will mark the first-ever edition of the awards ceremony, which will take place on July 26 from Basketball City at Pier 36 in New York City.
Tyler Farr has revealed his newest single "I Should Go To Church Sometimes." The track is pulled from his forthcoming new release, which was produced by Jason Aldean. It is headed to Country Radio starting on May 15.
"I should go to church sometime / Maybe walk a little straighter line / Lord knows I could use some light / To get where I'm goin'," Farr sings in the song's chorus.
Kings of Leon have added a new stretch of tour dates to their previously confirmed run. They have now added 16 new dates, including appearances at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl on October 7 and Vancouver's Rogers Arena on October 11. The run comes in support of their most recent effort Walls.
Jennifer Hudson has once again hit the small screen, this time in an advertisement for American Family Insurance. The appearance is part of the firm's "Insure Carefully, Dream Fearlessly" campaign and hit the airwaves on April 24. In the commercial, Hudson appears alongside an aspiring musician named Alex Guthrie and says that it was inspiring.
Katy Perry teased her forthcoming new track "Bon Appétit" in a new update to her mailing list. In the email blast she shared few details about the track but did share a recipe for what she claims is the "World's Best Cherry Pie Recipe."
Queens of the Stone Age have confirmed that they have completed mixing their forthcoming new release. The band broke news via label rep Arthur Dénouveaux of Left Front Door Records in the form of a photo showing the band in front of a mixing console.
Martina McBride has opened up about the changes her husband has made in his diet. In a recent series of posts to Instagram, McBride says that her husband John has gone through a "lifestyle change" because of her healthy home cooking.
Steely Dan rocker Donald Fagan has revealed plans for a solo tour this year. The run kicks off with a two-night stand on August 3 and 4 in Port Chester, New York at the Capitol Theatre and will continue through September when he'll travel to Yokohama, Japan for the Yokohama Blue Note Jazz Fest.
Common debuted an extended video for his 2016 single "Letter to the Free" during a recent appearance the Tribeca Film Festival. The track is pulled from his most recent release Black America Again and centers on prison life for many black Americans.
Tori Amos has confirmed plans for a new release slated for later this year. The album will be titled Native Invader and she revealed that it has been largely inspired by nature. The album is set for release on September 8 via Decca Records.
Lee Brice has suffered an injury at the jaws of Brett Young's dog. The incident occurred during a recent tour stop when Young's Pomeranian got a hold of Brice's hand and snapped down hard. Speaking of the incident Brice says he was forewarned.
Lynyrd Skynyrd has revealed that filming has begun on their new biopic. The film will be titled Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash and the cast will include Taylor Clift as Ronnie Van Zant, Samuel Kay Forrest as guitarist Steve Gaines and Rich Dally III as guitarist Allen Collins.