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GucciMane-101817.jpg Gucci Mane has announced plans to release a new album, titled El Gato The Human Glacier, this month. He broke the news via Twitter and says that the new project came together with producer Southside at warp speed and is due out on December 22. "#ElGatoTheHumanGlacier drops Dec22 produced entirely by @sizzle808MAFIA 10 songs in 2 days," he writes.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney made a triumphant return to Sydney, Australia earlier this week. The Beatles legend hit the crowd with a lengthy set of the band's classic tracks along with songs from Wings, Macca's solo career, and plenty of his signature anecdotes. The show was attended by many of Australia's top celebrities including The Today Show host David Campbell.

Miguel-121117.jpg Miguel's newest release War & Leisure has debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album dropped on December 1 and debuted at number nine this week. "War & Leisure has political undertones, because that's what life feels like right now," Miguel said. "This album is intentionally about the ethos right now, that we are right in the middle of all this."

Avenged-Sevenfold-050117.jpg Avenged Sevenfold is set for a headlining performance at next year's Northern Invasion music festival. The fest is scheduled from May 12 and 13 in Somerset, Wisconsin and this year they join a stacked lineup including Tool and Stone Temple Pilots. "We spent a lot of time listening to our loyal Invasion fan base over these last several months to create a lineup . . ."

MirandaLambert-11317.jpg Miranda Lambert's MuttNation charity has connected with the PetMate brand for a charity venture. The pair have joined for a new line of designer and limited edition dog collars. Proceeds from the sale of the collars will go to MuttNation. "All my life I have felt such a strong connection with dogs and never lost that passion for wanting to find homes for them."

Sia-110717.jpg Sia has offered up her new video for the track "Ho, Ho, Ho." The tune appears on her holiday release Everyday Is Christmas and finds Sia represented by a claymation icon of herself who tracks a snow monster into a secluded mountain cabin. The new release follows her most recent single from the album, "Snowman," which dropped last month.

AlisonKrauss-010917.jpg Alison Krauss has revealed her new video for the track "I Never Cared For You." The video finds Krauss performing the tune in a recording studio and her version of the Willie Nelson tune has been nominated for Best Roots Performance at the upcoming Grammy Awards.

alice-in-chains-070916.jpg Alice In Chains have announced plans for a North American tour next year. The run is set to kick off on April 28 in Boston at the House of Blues and will continue through May 19 in Philadelphia at WMMR BBQ.

NeilYoung-110917.jpg Neil Young's vast train collection has sold for nearly $300,000 at a charity auction. Proceeds from the event went to benefit Young's Bridge School facility, and other items included in the auction were some of his guitars and pieces of memorabilia.

GeorgeEzra-041015.jpg George Ezra gave a charity performance in London over the weekend. The show took place at the city's Union Chapel and found the star raising funds and awareness for the mental health charity Mind. Speaking at the show, he admitted that the topic is relatively new to him, but close to his heart.

MariahCarey-120117.jpg Mariah Carey has scored a Golden Globe nomination for her song "The Star." It serves as the title theme to the animated film of the same name, which tells the biblical manger story through the eyes of the animals on hand at the event.

SturgillSimpson-121216.jpg Sturgill Simpson has opened up to clarify an apparent dis towards Luke Bryan that appeared in a recent New York Times Magazine article. In the article, which focused on Bryan and his new album, Bryan noted that he was "utterly amazed" by Simpson and while Sturgill seemed to shot a barb back at Bryan, he now says that wasn't entirely the case.

BobWeir--PhilLesh-121117.jpg Bob Weir and Phil Lesh have announced plans to hit the road as a duo next year. The run is set to kick off March 2nd and 3rd at New York's Radio City Music Hall, continues March 7th and 8th at Boston's Wang Theatre and concludes March 10th and 11th at the Chicago Theatre.

Tool-band-070916.jpg Tool have shared an update on their long awaited new album and say it should be ready by next summer. Drummer Danny Carey confirmed the news earlier this week noting that other side projects for the band may take a back seat until the album is done. "At this point, it's tough [to decide when Legend of the Seagullmen will tour] . . ."

beachboys-062816.jpg A new collection from the Beach Boys includes rare tracks from the iconic band. The sets, titled 1967—Sunshine Tomorrow 2: Studio Sessions and Live Sunshine - 1967, were released earlier this week via UMe and feature over 130 songs in total, many of which are previously unreleased.

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