Jana Kramer is set to star in the upcoming Hallmark movie Love at First Bark, alongside Kevin McGarry.
According to the film's description, Kramer plays an interior designer named Julia Galvins who adopts a dog, only to find that the task of training him is more than she bargained for.
A new David Bowie-inspired watch is reportedly in the works. The watch will be released by Swiss luxury watch designer Raymond Weil and it will be dubbed the "David Bowie Freelancer." They describe it as a timepiece that "celebrates the legendary icon's musicality, style and unmatched innovation."
Rihanna announced the third Diamond Ball this week, which seeks to raise funds for the Clara Lionel Foundation. The foundation supports underprivileged communities in health, education & art.
Adele paid tribute to the victims of the London terror attack at her show this week in Auckland, New Zealand. The soul icon dedicated her song "Make You Feel My Love" to the victims and spoke to those in her hometown from onstage
Seether has offered up their new single "Stoke the Fire." The track is pulled from their forthcoming new release Poison the Parish and follows the album's lead single titled "Let You Down." That track debuted via Vevo last month.
Dierks Bentley and Cam have signed on for the ACM Party for a Cause event. The songwriters showcase will take place in Las Vegas on March 31 and will be held at the Pearl at the Palms Casino. It will be just one of many events held over the course of the fundraising Party for a Cause weekend
Kansas is extending their 'Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour' into December.
The group has announced 32 new dates for late summer through late fall, beginning August 25 in Shreveport, Lousiana. The band will make an October 6 stop in their birthplace of Topeka before coming to an end December 9 in The Villages, Florida.
John Mayer has opened up about his new track "Still Feel Like Your Man" and says it was inspired by Katy Perry. Mayer discussed the inspiration behind the new tune in a profile piece from the New York Times and says that if you follow his well-documented love life it's pretty obvious that Perry was the subject of the song.
Trey Songz has offered up his new release Tremaine. The singer's 7th studio release follows 2014's Trigga and 2015's Trigga Reloaded. The album initially made headlines when Trey teased a faux reality TV series titled Tremaine the Playboy that would have detailed his love life.
Lzzy Hale of Halestorm has paid tribute the foundational women of rock and roll in a recent post to her personal blog. In the post she thanks the "foremothers of rock" saying that they paved the way for her and others like her.
Thomas Rhett has revealed a new collaboration with Maren Morris on his new single. The new track is titled "Craving You" and was first revealed by Rhett during his recent run of live shows. During the debut performance he did not, however, reveal that Morris appeared on the recording.
Chicago has signed on to appear at the upcoming Race to Erase MS event. The fundraiser is scheduled to take place on May 5 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. This year the band will join Soprano's actor Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who will receive the Medal of Hope for her battle with MS.
Kendrick Lamar has offered up his new single "The Heart Part 4." The track appeared just hours after he leaked the news in a now-deleted Tweet. The new track is a collaboration with up and comer Khaled and finds King Kendrick laying out a few ground rules with a new flame.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have shared their new single together titled "Speak to a Girl." The track will be included on the married couple's forthcoming new album together and finds Hill reminding guys out there that they need to listen to their better halves.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have signed on for a headlining set at the upcoming KAABOO Music Fest. The event is set to take place this year in Del Mar, California between September 15 and 17. The event broke news of the official lineup along with a ticket link via their official Twitter.
Also confirmed to appear are Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Pink and Muse.