Auction house Lelands is putting a dirty cartoon drawn by Doors fronter Jim Morrison on the block. The drawing features characters familiar from Charles M. Schultz's Peanuts gang having an off-color convo. "Charles M. Schultz would be outraged!" writes the auctioneers of the sketch. "Doors frontman Jim Morrison was quite the cut-up . . ."
Blake Shelton is teaming up with NBC for NBCSN's NASCAR Spring Cup Series opening video this season. The video features Shelton singing his song "Bringing Back the Sunshine." In the new clip he is joined by many of NASCAR's top drivers, including Dale Earnhardt Jr., Clint Bowyer, Danica Patrick, Jimmie Johnson and Austin Dillon.
Robin Thicke says that he was going through a "personal hell" during the trial which saw him pay millions to the kids of Marvin Gaye over his hit "Blurred Lines." Thicke and Pharrell Williams were ordered to pay $7.3 million for copying Gaye's 1977 single "Got to Give It Up." "When I did the deposition, it was two weeks after my separation from my wife," Thicke says.
Coldplay fronter Chris Martin surprised patrons of a Delhi bar, teaming up with Indian musician Vishal Dadlani for an impromptu gig. "We were at a dinner together, and he just went 'let's go play somewhere'! And, boom!" Dadlani explained on Twitter after. He added that the gig was "more jam, less gig. Chris did all the work, though. People were going apes**t."
Marisa Tomei has been cast in the FOX program "Empire" as Mimi Whiteman, a billionaire mogul who loves "fashion, hip-hop and women," according to reps. Tomei's character will be a recurring one. Tomei is just one of many already announced guests on season two of the show, which includes spots from Chris Rock, Alicia Keys and Lenny Kravitz.
Lee Brice has released the music video for "That Don't Sound Like You," the third single from his latest album, I Don't Dance. The video, directed by Ryan Smith, sees Brice belting out the tune on the beach. The visual sees Brice reminiscing about his old flame as the sun sets. The video was shot near Virginia Beach.
Luke Bryan has confirmed the dates for his upcoming 2015 Farm Tour. The dates will kick off at the M&J Farm in Ft. Wayne, Indiana and will run through October 10 when he'll wrap things up at the MJ Taylor farm in Valdosta, Georgia. Each year Bryan takes his band out into some of the country's most rural areas to, as he says, "turn the cornfields into a party."
Tiffani Thiessen has welcomed her second child, Holt Fisher Smith, into the world. Holt joins Thiessen and Brad Smith's four-year-old daughter, Harper, as the newest member of the clan. The star of the Cooking Channel series "Dinner at Tiffani's" posted a pic to Instagram of Harper holding the baby boy, along with the caption, "Yesterday Harper got a little brother!"
The Rolling Stones have announced "EXHIBITIONISM," their first ever major exhibition at London's Saatchi Gallery next year. "EXHIBITIONISM" will open to the public on April 6, 2016 and run through September 2016.
Chris Brown is making a bid to establish paternity of his one-year-old daughter Royalty. Breezy filed docs in a Houston court, which will give him the right to challenge the girl's mother, Nia Guzman, over child support and custody. Currently, Brown is paying $2,500 per month in child support, but Nia is asking for $15,000.
Breaking Benjamin have scored their first number one album on the Billboard 200 chart with their latest, Dark Before Dawn, moving 141,000 units. The band's previous chart peak was number two with 2006's Phobia. The group's current single is also number one on USA Today's Active Rock airplay chart this week.
Rihanna is the first artist to surpass the 100 million gold and platinum song certifications, the RIAA has announced. "Gold & Platinum is the industry's premier way to celebrate achievement in the marketplace," said Cary Sherman, Chairman & CEO, RIAA in a release. According to the RIAA the 100 million mark was reached over Riri's career 37 separate title releases.
Prince has released a song called "HardRockLover," debuting the cut to SoundCloud. On the cut, the Purple One says he's got what it takes to make the ladies "scream." "Ain't no rapper tryna be a singer / I'm gonna make her moan / Sade and Babyface, R&B ain't got no place / But put some hard rock on / You better cover your eyes 'cause you're about to hear a woman just scream," he sings.
Not only does Kanye West feel guilt over the death of his mother Donda in 2007, he even goes so far as to blame himself for what happened. Donda West passed away at the age of 58 in November 2007, due to complications following liposuction and breast reduction surgery.
Marilyn Manson has revealed that he and Jonathan Davis of Korn are working on new music, describing it as "acoustic" and "Southern-sounding." After previously stating that he and Davis were planning on working on something completely unexpected, Manson says in a Reddit AMA that he is planning an unplugged record.