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radiohead-album-061016.jpg Two members of Radiohead performed a special show over the weekend to raise money for earthquake relief in Italy. Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood appeared as a duo, according to Billboard. The show took place at the Sferisterio in the Italian city of Macerata, located in the central part of the country.

Band-Autograph-082117.jpg Autograph has debuted its latest track "Get Off Your Ass," the title track to their upcoming new release. Get Off Your Ass is due to be released on October 6. In addition to a digital and CD release, a limited edition vinyl release will follow in November.

keith-urban-062316.jpg You'd think being a rising country star would be dream enough for a 23-year-old singer. But RaeLynn got to live one of her childhood dreams this weekend when she was asked onstage by Keith Urban. The two were among the performers at the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, which took plae in Brownsville, Oregon. For his track "We Were Us," Urban brought RaeLynn onstage.

TreySongz-072117.jpg Trey Songz has reached a plea deal in a case stemming from an assault charge brought in Detroit last year. As part of the deal, the singer has agreed to 18 months of probation. The charges were the result of an incident that took place at a concert last year.

imge1-081216.jpg Rick Astley joined the Foo Fighters for a grunge style version of his classic hit "Never Gonna Give You Up" at Tokyo's Summer Sonic festival over the weekend. The Foos kicked things off by playing what sounded like the intro to Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" before Astley joined them on stage.

foofighters-061616.jpg The Foo Fighters were joined by Rick Astley for a grunge style version of his classic hit "Never Gonna Give You Up" at Tokyo's Summer Sonic festival over the weekend. The Foos kicked things off by playing what sounded like the intro to Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" before Astley joined them on stage.

TheWho-070916.jpg Who legend Roger Daltrey is set to appear in an episode in the third season of Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar. The new season is already in production and scheduled to air in early 2018. It is slated to include 12 new episodes. Along with Daltrey, the new season is scheduled to include Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir.

MariahCarey-041117.jpg Mariah Carey's tour hit New York City's famed Madison Square Garden over the weekend. The show, which also included a performance by Lionel Richie, was the twelfth stop in a North American tour that started late last month.

KennyRogers-011317.jpg Kenny Rogers will receive the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum. He will be honored by the IPHF during a ceremony held on November 17 in St. Louis. Rogers has released many books of photography, including Kenny Rogers' America, Your Friends and Mine and Places I've Been, Things I've Seen.

thekillers-072516.jpg The Killers have dropped a new video for their track "The Man" in order to help promote the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. In the new visual, the band performs the song in a boxing ring in the middle of the desert.

aerosmith-062916.jpg Despite an extensive summer tour that was dubbed their "farewell tour," Aerosmith is hard at work in the studio on a new song. The revelation was made by guitarist Brad Whitford in a recent interview with Billboard.

jayz-100716.jpg Jay Z paid tribute to the late Chester Bennington by performing "Numb/Encore" at the V Festival in Staffordshire, England. The song appears on Jay Z and Linkin Park's mashup EP Collision Course.

kip-moore-062116.jpg Kip Moore is teaming up with skateboarding legend Tony Hawk on Music City Skate Jam, a joint fundraising event for Moore's Kip's Kids Fund and Hawk's Tony Hawk Foundation. Both organizations function with a goal of benefiting and empowering youth.

JCole-081517.jpg J. Cole has signed on as the executive producer of a new docu-series titled Raising Bertie. The series focuses on the challenges of growing up poor and black in rural North Carolina. The series is directed by Margaret Byrne and will run as part of PBS' POV series.

ArethaFranklin-110909.jpg Aretha Franklin has revealed plans to open a nightclub in downtown Detroit according to The Detroit Free Press. The venue would be named Aretha's.

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