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The-Cars-Elliot-12716.jpg The Cars have offered up a demo version of their classic track "Drive." The song first appeared on their 1984 release Heartbeat City and will now be included in a special re-release of the album. The new set is due on March 30. The Cars were recently voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Ric Ocasek spoke on the odds that the band's original lineup will perform.

tobykeith-063016.jpg Toby Keith has confirmed plans for a U.S. tour later this year. The run is set to kick off on April 6 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Vivint Smart Home Arena and will run through September 15 in Puyallup, Washington at the Washington State Fair. The run, dubbed the Shoulda Been A Cowboy XXV Tour, celebrates the 25th anniversary of his classic single of the same name.

StoneTemplePilots-111517.jpg Stone Temple Pilots have offered up their new single "The Art of Letting Go." The track is pulled from the band's forthcoming self-titled release which is due out March 8. The band will hit the road in support of the release later this year and say fans can expect some very deep cuts. "With so much time and experience gone by in life, we feel compelled to dig back . . ."

JustinBieber2-072117.jpg Justin Beiber brought Selena Gomez as his date to his father's wedding. The Biebs' father tied the knot with his girlfriend Chelsea Rebelo earlier this week in a ceremony in Montego Bay, Jamaica and the pop icon served as a groomsman at the event.

Sade-022018.jpg Sade has committed to add a new track to the upcoming film soundtrack for A Wrinkle in Time. The project is in the works from director Ava DuVernay, who broke the news via Twitter. DuVernay says she was shocked and thrilled to discover that she had landed a tune from the soul legend.

YoungThug-032917.jpg Young Thug has announced that he is officially changing his name to SEX. He broke the news on Twitter and said from this point forward he is to be known only as his newly chosen moniker.

band-Radiohead-100217.jpg Radiohead have confirmed plans for a US tour later this year. The run comes in support of the band's most recent release A Moon Shaped Pool and kicks off in Chicago at the United Center on July 7. The tour will take them across the US with a few Canadian stops before they wrap at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on August 1.

Kesha-081117.jpg Kesha has canceled her upcoming tour dates in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand due to injury. The pop star broke news earlier this week that she is suffering from a torn ACL that occurred during an onstage fall at her February 9 show in Dubai.

nealmccoy-082515.jpg Neal McCoy has revealed that he is mourning the death of his mother this week. The country star shared the news via social media and thanked his fans for their outreaches of support during the tough time for his family.

KendrickLamar-020618.jpg Kendrick Lamar's Black Panther: The Album made its debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, launching with 154,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending February 15, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 52,000 are in traditional album sales.

ScottStapp-082317.jpg Scott Stapp has been slapped with a lawsuit by the other members of his project Art of Anarchy. The band is claiming that Stapp was paid to appear as a member of the band for live shows and promotional appearance but has refused to take part. According to the suit, Stapp was paid $200k for services to the band, including a scheduled photo shoot which he refused to attend.

toddRundgren-021413.jpg Todd Rundgren has announced plans to hit the road in the US later this year. The rocker will kick off the run in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania at the Penn's Peak venue. He'll stay out on the road in North American through June 5 when he'll wrap up at Riverside, California's Fox Theatre.

alanjackson-061616.jpg A group of shelter dogs in Henderson, North Carolina are apparently big fans of Alan Jackson. A new viral video shows the music of the country legend soothing and calming the dogs. The new clip shows Vance County, North Carolina animal control officer and former touring musician Chad Olds performing for a room of adoptable dogs with Jackson's "Like Red on a Rose."

MariahCarey-120117.jpg Mariah Carey is offering some advice to Fergie after she was widely panned for her rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner" at the NBA All-Star Game. TMZ caught up with Carey after leaving Sweet Chick Sunday evening and she passed along some words of wisdom. "Dahling, nobody needs to listen to that."

imge2-101016.jpg Foreigner have teamed up with 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for a new release, which is due out in April. Foreigner with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus captures May 2017 shows in Lucerne, Switzerland that saw the band working with the composing/arranging team of Dave Eggar & Chuck Palmer.

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