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DonHenley-071917.jpg Don Henley and Clint Black are set to perform at Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert, which will help benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey. "This is another example of Texans helping Texans, and I'm proud to be a part of it," Henley said. "We all watched on the news as Harvey destroyed much of Southeast Texas and Houston, my hometown," Black added in a statement.

clint-black-panama-110716.jpg Clint Black and Don Henley are set to perform at Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert, which will help benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey. "This is another example of Texans helping Texans, and I'm proud to be a part of it," Henley said. "We all watched on the news as Harvey destroyed much of Southeast Texas and Houston, my hometown," Black added in a statement.

Drake-092017.jpg The New York City Parks Department used Drake, or his Degrassi character "Wheelchair Jimmy," in a new proposal for a wheelchair ramp at Brooklyn's Fort Greene Park. The meme also features Akon laughing. The visual was used as part of an official government presentation that went before the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission yesterday during a public hearing.

prophetsofrage-012717.jpg Prophets of Rage have released a new video for their track "Hail To The Chief," which appears on their self-titled debut album. The new clip shows President Donald Trump's face on a gunslinger shooting Hillary Clinton as Vice President Mike Pence applauds and statues of black-and-white Trumps giving a Nazi salute, as Chuck D raps, "All hail to the chief . . ."

KatyPerry-082417.jpg Katy Perry paid homage to Janet Jackson on the first night of her Witness: The Tour in Montreal with a cover of her 1986 song "What Have You Done for Me Lately." A fan shot video of the performance shows Perry sporting a black and white costume outfitted with rhinestones as well as a bejeweled hat while dancing to Jackson's original choreography.

Kesha-081117.jpg Kesha teams up with Macklemore on the new track "Good Old Days," which will appear on his new album Gemini. "I wish somebody would have told me that/ That some day, these will be the good old days," Kesha sings on the new track. "And I ain't worried about the wrinkles around my smile/ I've got some scars, I've been around/ I've thrown some pain . . ."

johnycash-081716.jpg Universal Music Group and American Recordings issued cease and desist letters to white nationalist group Stormfront over their use of Johnny Cash's "I Won't Back Down" during their radio broadcasts. According to National Public Radio, UMG and American Recordings allege that Stormfront Radio was "unlawfully exploiting" Cash's version of the song without the appropriate permission.

marilyn-manson-072016.jpg Marilyn Manson has released a new single, "Kill4Me," which will appear on his upcoming new album Heaven Upside Down. The track follows the release of "We Know Where You F**king Live."

jhene-081716.jpg Jhene Aiko has released her autobiographical short film, Trip, ahead of her long-awaited album Trip 17, which is due out this fall. She co-wrote the short film with Tracy Oliver.

JakeOwen-091917.jpg Jake Owen is doing his part to help the victims of Hurricane Irma in his home state of Florida. He has partnered with Florida Governor Rick Scott to launch the Bring Back the Sunshine Campaign, and is calling on fans to make a one-time donation of $10.

AvrilLavigne-110811.jpg  Avril Lavigne has been named the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to cybersecurity company McAfee. She is atop McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrities study this year.

kissband-061416.jpg Gene Simmons is still standing by his failed attempt to trademark the devil horns hand gesture. "You can't please everybody. Not everybody likes Jesus, either," Simmons told Canada's Metro. "Instead of worrying what people think, I just go my merry way and do whatever I want to do. If I could, I would trademark the air you breathe. Every breath. Yes, I would."

william-butler-070916.jpg Arcade Fire has released a new cover of John Lennon "Mind Games," as part of the Spotify Singles series. The band has also been known to cover the track during their live sets. The band famously performed "Mind Games" this past August, mashing it up with Radiohead's "Karma Police" and David Bowie's "Oh! You Pretty Things."

chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown has reached a settlement with Liziane Gutierrez, who claimed she was attacked by Brown after attempting to take a photo with him. TMZ reports that Brown and Gutierrez have finally settled the case although the official settlement amount was not disclosed. Sources told TMZ the initial settlement negotiations were around $70,000.

chriscornell-070116.jpg Chris Cornell will be honored at the LA Chefs For Human Rights Dinner for for his original song "The Promise," and for his philanthropic and humanitarian efforts on behalf of vulnerable children around the world. His widow, Vicky Cornell, will accept the award. "We're deeply honored to celebrate the life-changing work Vicky and Chris have accomplished . . ."

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