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DianaRoss-081816.jpg Diana Ross and Melissa Etheridge have been added to the summer lineup at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts. Ross will perform at the Koussevitzky Music Shed on August 30 at 7pm and Etheridge will join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops for a season-ending show on September 3 at 2:30pm. Tickets for both performances will go on sale March 27.

Chance-the-Rapper-010417.jpg Chance the Rapper has signed on as a headliner for the upcoming Lollapalooza festival. This year's event is set to take place in Chicago's Grant Park between August 3 and 6 and will also feature headlining performances by Lorde, Muse, the Killers and Arcade Fire.

Ke-ha-kesha-080416.jpg Kesha has been dealt yet another blow in her ongoing legal battle against producer Dr. Luke. Earlier this year she had submitted an amended suit claiming that Luke was in breach of contract and that she was owed significant back royalties. This suit has since been thrown out by a New York Supreme Court Judge.

trent-061616.jpg Nine Inch Nails have signed on for a headlining appearance at the upcoming FYF Festival. The event is set to take place at Exposition Park in Los Angeles between July 21 and 23 and will also feature headlining appearances by Frank Ocean, Bjork, Solange and Missy Elliott.

demilevato-061616.jpg Demi Lovato has responded to the reported new leak of her private photos. Intimate images of the singer were also leaked back in 2014. The Sun reports an explicit photo of Lovato in an unzipped top has been circulating on porn sites as of late. "I love how everyone's freaking out about one picture. It's not nude and it's just cleavage."

toddRundgren-021413.jpg Todd Rundgren has revealed the complete guest list of collaborators on his forthcoming new album. The new release will be titled White Knight and will be his first release since 2015's Global. His spring tour, dubbed the "White Knight: The Chivalrock Tour," will run between April and June.

frank-ocean-062215.jpg Frank Ocean has signed on for a headlining appearance at the upcoming FYF Festival. The event is set to take place at Exposition Park in Los Angeles between July 21 and 23 and will also feature headlining appearances by Nine Inch Nails, Bjork, Missy Elliott and Solange. Ocean also made recent headlines when he debuted "Chanel."

Leannrimes-072616.jpg LeAnn Rimes has offered up her congratulations to pop/dance duo the Chainsmokers. The group has tied Rimes' record of 32 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 chart's top 10 and she reached out to congratulate them via social media for their success. Their smash single "Closer" now shares that distinction with Rimes' 1997 single "How Do I Live."

Band-Sublime-032117.jpg Sublime have announced plans for a new album reissue, two new films and the official "40z to Freedom" beer. The album reissue, of the band's EP Badfish from 1992, will arrive on vinyl for Record Store Day on April 22. The films will include a documentary and a biopic in the works

luke-bryan-070916.jpg Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Little Big Town have all signed on to appear at the upcoming Gulf Coast Jam festival. This year's event will take place in Panama City Beach, Florida and is scheduled for September 1-3.

eagles.jpg Don Henley has revealed plans for a solo tour in North America later this year. The run is set to kick off on July 22 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas and will run through July 29 when he'll wrap in Los Angeles as Dodger's Stadium.

trey-061616.jpg Trey Songz has confirmed a new string of US tour dates. The run is set to kick off on May 3 at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Michigan and will continue through June 3 when he'll wrap at the Novo in Los Angeles.

Primus-band-032017.jpg Primus has confirmed a new string of US tour dates with Clutch. Their run is set to kick off on June 17 at the Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre in Charlotte, North Carolina and will run through August 18 when they'll wrap at the Greek Theater in Berkley, California.

littlebigtown30-070916.jpg Little Big Town has offered up their new single "Happy People." The track is featured on the band's most recent studio release The Breaker and serves as the album's lead track. It was penned by Lori McKenna and Hailey Whitters and serves as a meditation on happiness in our current society.

bruce-springsteen-070916.jpg Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks have both reportedly signed on to give a talk during the Tribeca Film Festival. The pair will individually speak during part of a new discussion series at the year's event that will also include Kobe Bryant, Lena Dunham and Barbra Streisand.

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