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maxresdefault-070916.jpg Willie Nelson has confirmed that his new release Willie Nelson and the Boys is set for release next month. The release will serve as part of Nelson's Willie's Stash series and features covers of classics by Hank Williams and other greats with help from his sons Lukas and Micah. The album was engineered by Steve Chadie.

HeartBand-062113.jpg Heart's Nancy Wilson helped lead an all-star cover of John Lennon's "Power to the People" at the recent Global Citizen Live concert. Tom Morello, Brandi Carlile, M. Ward, Valerie Simpson, Liv Warfield and Paul Shaffer also took part in the performance.

shaniatwain-100616.jpg Shania Twain has released "We Got Something They Don't," which appears on her new album Now. "We got something they don't / Fire burning deep in our bones / Smokin' when we're away / On fire when we get home," Twain sings in the chorus of "We Got Something They Don't." "They may say we're done / That we will never win this one / But we know differently . . ."

SiaFurler-010417.jpg Sia has released a new video for "Rainbow," which features 14-year-old dancer Maddie Ziegler, who has previously appeared in Sia's videos for "Chandelier" and "The Greatest." The new track appears on the upcoming soundtrack for My Little Pony: The Movie.

tom-morello-061016.jpg Tom Morello led an all-star cover of John Lennon's "Power to the People" at the recent Global Citizen Live concert. Heart's Nancy Wilson, Brandi Carlile, M. Ward, Valerie Simpson, Liv Warfield and Paul Shaffer also took part in the performance.

PharrellWilliams-060717.jpg Pharrell Williams delivered a powerful speech condemning racism, hate and white supremacy in America at the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors. "So for everybody at home watching this and acting like y'all don't see what's going on out there, you gotta open your eyes," he said. "You keep saying you don't see what's going, on television, what's happening to us, open your eyes."

tom-petty-070916.jpg Tom Petty closed out the KABOO Festival in style over the weekend, with a two-hour set celebrating his four years in the music business. "In case you don't know, we're celebrating our 40th year on tour," Petty, along with his trusty backing band the Heartbreakers, told the crowd, according to the San Diego Union Tribune.

Alabama-082616.jpg Alabama are planning on releasing a new Christmas album, American Christmas. American Christmas will feature a number of Alabama's rendition of Christmas songs including "Silent Night," "Jingle Bells," "Go Tell It on the Mountain" and "Away in a Manager."

CoreyTaylor-091917.jpg Corey Taylor delivered a powerful speech as he was honored with the "Icon" award at Rock To Recovery's second annual awareness event. "It's been eight years, and you put a lot of s**t in perspective," Taylor told the crowd. "You have a lot of time to think. You have nowhere to go with it. Your trial and error becomes your way of life, who you are is a question every day, and why."

MariahCarey-041117.jpg Mariah Carey's E! reality series Mariah's World has officially been canceled, a spokesperson for the network has confirmed. The eight-episode first season launched in December to 2.2 million viewers, though viewership consistently dipped and the season finale drew just 510,000 viewers.

morrisey-113009.jpg Morrissey has revealed his new single "Spent the Day in Bed." The track is pulled from his new release Low in High School, which is set for release on November 17. On the track Moz expounds on the pleasure of sleeping in and shutting out the stresses of the world. "Spent the day in bed, very happy I did," he sings over a cheerful electric keyboard riff and firm backbeat.

BrianWilson-051017.jpg Brian Wilson has released a new song, "Run James Run," which is taken off of his upcoming solo career retrospective LP, Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology. "Run James Run" is one of two previously unissued tracks that will be featured on Playback, along with "Some Sweet Day," which he and Andy Paley originally recorded for a movie in the early Nineties.

Beyonce-061917.jpg Some vinyl copies of Beyoncé's Lemonade album were accidentally pressed with the first half of Canadian punk band Zex's 2017 album Uphill Battle, according to reports. Pitchfork reports that select A-sides of the lemonade-yellow vinyl are instead the A-side of the Zex album, which was put out by Magic Bullet Records.

RogerWaters-051917.jpg Roger Waters has announced plans to take his Us + Them tour overseas to Europe. Waters has confirmed the first six dates of the trek. The former Pink Floyd frontman has announced an initial run of six dates in Germany and Austria for May and June of next year. Those will be followed by shows in the U.K., Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, and more.

montgomery-102116.jpg Eddie Montgomery's wife Jennifer has thanked fans for their support in the wake of the tragic death of Troy Gentry. "We want to thank you for the outpouring of love, comfort and prayers," Montgomery wrote on Twitter. "Friends like you have helped us get through this difficult time." Gentry was killed in a helicopter crash on September 8.

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