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randy-121614.jpg Randy Bachman and Peter Frampton have revealed their new collaborative track "Heavy Blues." It serves as the lead single and title track from Bachman's new solo release and features Frampton on lead guitar. The new release also features a collaboration with Neil Young who, according to Bachman, provided some major inspiration for the record.

mario-012915.jpg Mario has confirmed his plans for a return to the stage this year. The R&B star says he will manage his own career through his River Entertainment label and will kick off a comeback tour starting next month. He broke news of the return to music with an official statement this week. "I've always been a much broader artist than I've ever been portrayed."

linkinpark.jpg Linkin Park have axed the upcoming scheduled dates for their Hunting Party tour. The band broke news of the cancellations in an official statement explaining that it is due to a leg injury sustained by frontman Chester Bennington.

sly-012915.jpg Sly Stone has been awarded a sum of $5 million after a Los Angeles Supreme Court ruled that the singer was cheated out of over a decade's worth of royalties by his former manager and an entertainment lawyer. In the breach-of-contract lawsuit, Stone's lawyers argued that Gerald "Jerry" Goldstein and Glenn Stone had tricked Sly Stone into becoming an employee.

hinder-120114.jpg Hinder have announced that they've chosen a new lead singer—"All American Nightmare" producer and co-writer Marshal Dutton. The band parted ways with singer Austin Winkler last year and had a brief stint with fill-in singer Nolan Neal before deciding on Dutton.

phillip-012915.jpg Phillip Phillips is seeking to put an end to the recording contract he got just three years ago after winning American Idol. The singer is looking to declare his contract with the show's production company, 19 Entertainment, to be illegal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

img4-012915.jpg Mehcad Brooks, star of USA's cancelled "Necessary Roughness" has reportedly signed on for CBS' upcoming adaptation of the DC Comics classic "Supergirl." Brooks will appear opposite "Glee" star Melissa Benoist, who is set to appear in the starring role. The show centers on Kara Zor-El, Clark Kent's cousin who was also born on the planet of Krypton.

rush-031110.jpg Rush's upcoming 40th anniversary tour may be the last tour of its kind, according to the band. Guitarist Alex Lifeson explained that, while the band has announced that they will be undertaking a 34-city U.S. tour, it was not an easy decision to make. He told Toronto radio station Q-107 recently, "We'd been working like crazy for five years."

img1-111714.jpg J. Cole has revealed that he hoped to sign Kendrick Lamar to his label in the MC's early days. During a recent interview with Rap-Up.com, Cole says that he met Kendrick before anyone had heard his name and was positive of his star power. "I met Kendrick at a time when all I had out was The Warm Up, nobody knew who he was, he didn't have a deal," he said.

img3-012915.jpg Bruce Jenner will be documenting the changes in his life and appearance with a new reality television show. The Olympic decathlon champion—and stepfather to the Kardashian sisters—has shot a documentary of his physical changes over the last months, which have included growing his hair, wearing nail polish, possibly augmenting his lips, and having his trachea shaved.

Blink-101309.jpg Tom DeLonge has fired back at his former Blink-182 bandmates, saying that the three haven't had much of a personal relationship for years. The bassist announced his departure from the band earlier this month and was immediately challenged with a Rolling Stone interview in which his ex-bandmates claim that he walked out on them.

chainz-040314.jpg 2 Chainz has released a new T.R.U. (The Real University) mixtape T.R.U. Jack City. Hosted by DJ E. Sudd, T.R.U. Jack City features 17 tracks with appearances from his T.R.U. crew including Cap 1, Skooly, Fresh (aka Short Dawg), Young Dolph and Bankroll Fresh, with production from Mike WiLL Made-It and Zaytoven.

SammyHagar-021010.jpg Sammy Hagar is set to become the host of his own weekly radio program, Sammy Hagar's Top Rock Countdown. The new show will see Hagar counting down "lists of his favorite party songs, comeback albums, unsung heroes or best tunes from a specific year or decade. "With my own radio show, I'm going to do for radio what I did for Cabo: create something that promises more fun," he said.

BradPaisley-050611.jpg Brad Paisley says he'd be happy to jam with a rising young guitar star from Las Vegas. The young man, named Blaze, wrote and recorded an impressive tribute track dubbed "I Wanna Jam with Brad Paisley" and posted it to YouTube and quickly got Brad's attention.

ericchurch-010810.jpg Eric Church has opened up about the challenges of balancing life as a father and Grammy nominee. Church's wife Katherine is due with the couple's second child the week after the Grammys, yet the Nashville star says she's still planning to travel to the February 8 event. "It's bad both ways," Church tells the Tennessean.

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