Pat Benatar has signed on for the 4th annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure show, along with Neil Giraldo. The show is set to take place at the Fillmore in San Francisco on May 15. The annual event was founded by Sammy Hagar and Metallica's James Hetfield. Proceeds from the benefit show will go to the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
Jill Scott will be spending a portion of her summer out on the road on a new tour. Kicking off June 23 in Hampton, Virginia, Scott is hitting the road for a 25-city trek that features stops at Brooklyn, New York's King's Theater, New Orleans' Essence Festival, Newark's Prudential Theater and Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl, just to name a few.
Carrie Underwood has reportedly inked a new deal with Universal's Capitol Records Nashville. Underwood and reps from the label broke news of the new deal in various official statements, and all sides say they're thrilled. "As a talented writer, recording artist, performer and actor, Carrie is that exceptionally rare artist who can do it all," says Sir Lucian Grainge.
Dave Grohl has signed on for the 4th annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure show. The show is set to take place at the Fillmore in San Francisco on May 15. The annual event was founded by Sammy Hagar and Metallica's James Hetfield. Proceeds from the benefit show will go to the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
Queens Of The Stone Age has reportedly finished their upcoming album, according to NME. The news of the new album was revealed during Dean Delray's latest podcast episode of "Let There Be Talk." During the interview Delray asks former QOTSA collaborator Mark Lanegan about the band's forthcoming album.
Hunter Hayes has released the video for his track "Yesterday's Song," according to Rolling Stone. The country singer reflects on his past in this video, which is portrayed through him looking through a series of mirrors at younger versions of himself. Hayes released "Yesterday's Song," along with the tracks "Young Blood" and "Amen" last fall.
Aerosmith has postponed their 2017 American fall tour in order to start recording their next album, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Guitarist Joe Perry made the announcement of the plans to halt the band's Aero-Vederci Baby! tour, which was rumored to be Aerosmith's last, in a new interview with AZ Central.
Mary J. Blige has revealed that her new album Strength of a Woman is set for release on April 28. She also revealed the album cover art via Instagram in a photo that features Blige sitting on a golden throne. The album's first single "Thick of It" has already had chart topping success and she has also confirmed a collaboration with Kanye West.
Black Stone Cherry have released their new video for "Cheaper to Drink Alone." The track is pulled from the band's latest effort Kentucky and was filmed live on February 21 at the Spillway Bar And Grill in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Snow Patrol have confirmed that they are set to begin work on a new album soon. The album will be their first release since 2011 and front man Gary Lighbody opened up about their progress and working with producer Jacknife Lee.
Eric Church has confirmed that "Round Here Buzz" will serve as his newest single. The tune was co-written by Church with Jeff Hyde and Luke Dick and he says they had an initial idea which they "tweaked" in the studio.
Dave Davies of the Kinks has opened up about an experience he claims to have had with a UFO. He made the revelation during an interview about his forthcoming new solo release Open Road, which is set for release on March 31.
2 Chainz and DJ Holiday have connected for a new track called "Wassup Wid It." The tune is pulled from the latter's most recent release 4am in Decatur and finds Chainz laying down some truth about the habits of his home life.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has once again torn into President Donald Trump. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone Armstrong likens Trump to Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series, but says he takes hope in the fact good eventually wins in the books.
Trace Adkins has revealed a new video for the track 'Watered Down.' The country singer reflects on middle age while staring out his kitchen window in the new video.
It appears his newfound sobriety is still intact as well. During one scene in the new video, Adkins approaches a bar, but orders coffee despite a lingering look at the hard stuff.