George Strait has announced plans to extend his ongoing residency in Las Vegas. The residency is titled "2 Nights of Number 1s" and will take place between July and December of this year. He broke news of the newly added dates in a press statement and says he's thrilled to extend the run.
Cheap Trick have released "Long Time Coming," the first single off of their upcoming new album We're All Alright!.
"It's our interpretation of Slade and MC5 and AC/DC and Aerosmith - a lot of riffs that are reminiscent of the Move, but they're not steals," guitarist Rick Nielsen says of "Long Time Coming." "It's just, like, all the bands we like."
R. Kelly has been slapped with a new lawsuit claiming that the singer carried on a five-year affair with the wife of a Mississippi man, according to local news outlet WAPT.
Kenny Bryant alleges that his wife, Asia Childress, rekindled a sexual relationship with the singer after attending one of his concerts in October 2012.
Miley Cyrus has signed on to contribute her voice to a robot character in the upcoming sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy. Director James Gunn confirmed her participation in the project earlier this month and explained that he first thought of Miley after seeing her on The Voice.
Avenged Sevenfold has revealed their new video for the track "God Damn." The track is pulled from their current effort The Stage and the new video was directed by Anders Rostad. In the video, the band brings their signature heavy sounds to a live audience.
Beyonce has announced scholarships for young women to mark the celebration of the one-year anniversary of her super hit visual album "Lemonade."
Lemonade is Beyonce's sixth studio album, which was released on April 23, last year.
The American music diva said she decided to establish Formation Scholars...
Faith Hill's new talk show, which will also feature Kellie Pickler, will officially launch on September 18. Scripps will debut the as yet unnamed show in 20 of its 24 television markets and Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution will distribute the show in national syndication.
Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have released their new single together "Feel About You." The track is pulled from the pair's forthcoming duo release Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie, which is due out on June 9.
T.I. has officially been served with divorce papers by his soon-to-be ex-wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle-Harris, according to RadarOnline.
RadarOnline reports that she filed divorce papers in December 2016 in a Georgia court. The documents state that the marriage is irretrievably broken with no hope of a reconciliation. Now, T.I. recently filed documents of his own.
John Legend has blasted President Donald Trump, calling his first 100 days in office a "huge fail." Legend told reporters Trump was a "terrible president" and "corrupt" while speaking on the red carpet ahead of his performance at the TIME 100 gala. "He's manifestly unqualified, not curious, not good at legislating or really anything the job requires," he said.
Lady Gaga took home three Webby Awards at the 21st annual awards event. She won honors for Live Experiences (Branded) in the Film & Video category and two People's Voice Awards for Integrated Campaign (Film & Video) and Branded Content (Advertising, Media & PR) for The Lady Gaga + Intel Performance. Webbys winners were selected by a panel of judges.
The Kills, Clinic, Wild Beasts, Gruff Rhys, Nadine Shah, and Fat White Family will all take part in an upcoming 50th anniversary concert for the Velvet Underground. The show, which is billed under the name "John Cale & Friends," will be part of Liverpool's Sound City Festival.
A new posthumous single from Chuck Berry has been released. The new track is titled "Wonderful Woman" and will be included on the late music legend's final album, Chuck. The previously unreleased songs that will be featured on the album were recorded by Berry between 2001 and 2014. On the track, the rock godfather sings about the experience of being stopped in his tracks.
The Chainsmokers surprised their fans in Cincinnati on April 26 by having Florida Georgia Line join them onstage for a performance of "Last Day Alive," the closing track off their chart-topping debut Memories . . . Do Not Open. The hitmakers did a little foreshadowing earlier in the day via an Instagram post.
Sevendust has announced that they will continue the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of their self-titled debut album by performing it in its entirety on a short tour of the East Coast.
The band made the announcement on social media, stating, "You wanted it, you got it — we are going to hit the road for a few dates playing our debut album in its entirety."