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PaulSimon-020510.jpg Paul Simon and Brad Paisley were both involved in the 2015 Country Music Hall of Fame All for the Hall benefit. Simon played some big hits, including "The Sound of Silence," "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard," and "The Boxer," as well as the Everly Brothers' "When Will I Be Loved." The format of the evening was the guitar pull.

TameImpala-082014.jpg  A royalty lawsuit brought against Modular Recordings by the management of Tame Impala has been dismissed by a New York judge. Impala's fronter Kevin Parker said he wasn't too concerned with the matter and, in any case, didn't understand it. "To be honest, I haven't had a big part in all of this," Parker told SPIN.

Beatles-102511.jpg Never-before-seen photos of stars like the Doors, the Beatles, and Kate Bush are on exhibit in the TV Times' 60 Years, 60 Iconic Images show at the Blue Fin Building and Platform in London. The photos have never been displayed to the public before. "These photographs show both the hype and excitement that occurred around stars' appearances," reads a presser for the event.

LennyKravitz-110209.jpg Lenny Kravitz and James Franco are featured in a new ad for "Guitar Hero Live," competing at the game in a living room setting. Kravitz rocks out, but Franco looks less comfortable doing so, and at one point mentions Kravitz's recent pant-splitting wardrobe malfunction. "Guitar Hero Live" is in stores on October 23.

AntMan-081015.jpg Many of you might not have been sure that the first Ant-Man was necessary. Well, Marvel doesn't care, and is pretty confident they're going to get your money for the second go-around as well. The Disney-owned studio said it will release Ant-Man and the Wasp in 2018. Specifically on...

danielcraig-081015.jpg Daniel Craig says he has no desire to star in another "James Bond" film, following the making of the latest "Spectre." The British actor, who has played Bond four times, told Esquire he's ready to move on. "Now? I'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists," Craig said. "No, not at the moment. Not at all. That's fine. I'm over it at the moment. We're done. All I want to do is move on."

JenniferLopez-010412.jpg Jennifer Lopez has been tapped to host the 2015 American Music Awards. Lopez will also perform during the awards show, giving fans a sneak peek at what they can expect fom her 2016 Las Vegas residency. "From my first @TheAMAs nomination 15 years ago to HOSTING the 2015 #AMAs! It's going down 11/22 on ABC!!" she tweeted.

image1-022814.jpg Janet Jackson has revealed the details of her U.K. arena tour that is set to take place next spring. Jackson will make her return across the pond with gigs in Birmingham, London, Glasgow and Manchester next year. The tour begins in Birmingham at the Barclaycard Arena on March 30 with a date at London's O2 scheduled for the following night (March 31).

carrieunderwood-051111.jpg Carrie Underwood, Eric Church and Luke Bryan have been announced as the headliners for the 2016 Stagecoach Festival. Other artists slated to appear include Lee Ann Womack, Sam Palladio, Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, the Doobie Brothers, Old Dominion, the Band Perry, Billy Joe Shaver and Robert Earl Keen.

rihanna-021113.jpg Rihanna has spoken up in defense of disgraced former NAACP Rachel Dolezal, who resigned after being revealed as a white person. Speaking with Vanity Fair, Riri calls Dolezal a "hero" and says that she stands as an example of how enticing black culture can be.

MirandaLambert-102209.jpg Miranda Lambert and Eric Church are joining Carrie Underwood as the headlining acts for the 2016 Country to Country Music Festival in the U.K. Other artists scheduled to appear at C2C 2016 include Little Big Town, Sam Hunt, Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, Dwight Yoakam, Thomas Rhett and Maddie & Tae.

Ladygaga2-060111.jpg It should come as no surprise as she appears as The Countess on this season of American Horror Story: Hotel, that Lady Gaga loves horror. As she puts it, it "relaxes" her. "Dangerous things and horror relaxes me," she told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. "It really freaks out my friends a lot. It particularly freaks out my fiancé quite a bit as well."

img4-090415.jpg Sevendust discussed the decision to use a children's chorus on the track "Thank You," the first single off of their recently released Kill The Flaw album. In a new episode of their "Making of 'Kill the Flaw'" video series, the band offer a behind-the-scenes look at the recording process for "Thank You" with the children's chorus.

ariana-grande-042114.jpg Apparently, Ariana Grande has a little trouble with technology.  The singer recently posted a video of herself giving a friendly smooch to Elizabeth Gillies, her former co-star on Victorious. Grande posted the video on Instagram, adding the message "my favorite video of all time @lizgillz. (p.s. this was totally posted by accident)."

BackTracks-09292009.jpg AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has reportedly lost his appeal against the home sentence he was handed after being convicted of murder threats and possession of methamphetamine and cannabis. Rudd's lawyer Craig Tuck spoke about the charges saying they were trumped up from the outset. He told Sun Media that the charges stemmed from an angry phone call.

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