Lauren Alaina has released her new video for the track "Road Less Traveled." On the track she encourages listeners to seek their own path in life and not be afraid to stray from the pack. "If you trust your rebel heart, ride it into battle / Don't be afraid, take the road less traveled / Wear out your boots and kick up the gravel / Don't be afraid, take the road less traveled on . . ."
Alicia Keys, Chance the Rapper and ASAP Rocky all performed at KCA's Black Ball. Keys is a co-founding member of the event, which took place this year on Wednesday, October 19. Before the event took place she spoke on all the talent taking part in the special night: "We have an electric lineup of performers both legends and newcomers this year . . ."
Taylor Swift has filed a motion in the U.S. District Court of Denver asking a judge to seal a number of documents related to a lawsuit by former country DJ David Mueller and her countersuit. The legal battle stems from accusations that Mueller groped Swift in October 2015. Among the items that Swift would like to keep from public view is a photo of the alleged incident.
Foreigner founding member Mick Jones will release the band's first-ever official biography, A Foreigner's Tale. A Foreigner's Tale dates back to the beginning, quite literally, of Jones and the band, dating all the way back to Jones' childhood in England and the formation of Foreigner. The book will also feature photographs from Jones' personal collection.
Luke Bryan and Chris Stapleton are the latest all-star additions to the already star-studded lineup at the 2017 Tortuga Music Festival. Aside from Bryan and Stapleton, Tortuga 2017 will also play host to performances from Alan Jackson, Darius Rucker, Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldredge, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, RaeLynn and more.
The rumors can now be put to rest. Bruce Springsteen confirmed that he did in fact write a song for the Harry Potter film series, but it was never used. The song was titled "I'll Stand By You." Springsteen stated in an interview with BBC Radio 2 that, "it was pretty good. It was a song that I wrote for my eldest son, it was a big ballad . . ."
Nicki Minaj's latest fragrance for the Home Shopping Network is Trini Girl. "So excited to launch my newest fragrance #TriniGirl ~ available NOW in the U.K. and Oct 20th in the US via @HSN on The Beauty Report," Minaj accounced on Instagram, along with a photo of the bottle, which mirrors her likeness, right down to her trademark hair and bangs. "I'm proud to be an #IslandGirl."
Kendrick Lamar has hit the cover of the most recent edition of GQ. In the adjoining interview Lamar opens up with none other than legendary rap and rock producer Rick Rubin. The pair touched on a range of topics including the follow-up To Pimp a Butterfly and how he keeps his head together. "That was me then . . . Not to say that it wouldn't be continuous."
Carrie Underwood has released a behind-the-scenes video of her new "Dirty Laundry" video. Speaking about the vid, she said that the video isn't meant to be taken literally, and that it's all open to interpretation. "It's just all about emotion," she shares when discussing the individuals who came in to film scenes one-on-one with the camera.
Ariana Grande has announced a new U.K. and European tour for 2017. The Dangerous Woman World Tour is set to kick off on May 8 in Stockholm, Sweden. The new leg of the Dangerous Woman trek will take Grande across the U.K. with stops in London, Birmingham and Manchester, as well as across Europe, where she is scheduled to perform in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, and Spain.
"Killing A Little Time," the last in a trio of the final songs to be recorded by rock icon David Bowie has now been released. The song will be included on the upcoming soundtrack for Bowie's musical, Lazarus. "When I Met You" and "No Plan" the rest of the final trio of songs, were released a few days earlier. They were the last songs Bowie recorded before he died of liver cancer in January, at the age of 69.
The Foo Fighters took to the stage once again in Los Angeles for a special charity show to raise money for area schools. The band has been on hiatus since late November 2015, following its tour in support of Sonic Highways. The Foo Fighters played around 25 songs for a small crowd. The set list included original songs as well as covers, with assistance from an impressive list of music icons.
Nude drawings of Iggy Pop that the musician recently posed for as part of a new art display have been compared to Michelangelo's David. "Even models who have been doing life drawing for years don't quite know how to pose to best express themselves," said Guno Park, one of the artists. "But Iggy was so natural and comfortable. He would naturally go towards the contrapostal pose of Michelangelo's David."
Former Pearl Jam drummer Dave Abbruzzese has slammed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for leaving his name off of the band's nomination. "It's just a fine opportunity to see what Pearl Jam has to say in response," he wrote on his personal Facebook page. "Let's see if they do the right thing. It'll be interesting to see the spin that is put on it. I've seen them change a 15 year old settlement agreement just by ignoring its contents and withholding money . . ."
What began in jest may soon translate into a big payday for an employee at a British pub who listed a milk glass that was used by Justin Bieber for sale on eBay. Bieber was photographed eating a meal at the King's Oak Hotel with his bodyguard, where he reportedly dined on salmon, mashed potatoes and a glass of milk.