Foster The People have released a new three song EP titled III. The band has been relatively quiet since their last release in 2015 but have now offered fans some new tracks titled "Doing It for the Money," "Pay the Man" and "SHC."
Veteran duo Local H was named as the winners of Metallica's Hit the Stage contest earlier this week, which means the alt-rock group will join Metallica on tour.
Clint Black has added more tour dates to his upcoming run. The tour comes in support of his most recent release On Purpose and will kick off on August 13 in Newtown, New Jersey. The tour will take him through December 15 when he'll wrap in Santa Ynez, California.
Stevie Nicks has confirmed plans to appear on the forthcoming new release from Lana Del Rey. The album, which will be titled Lust For Life, is stacked with high-profile collaborations including the lead single "Love," which features The Weeknd.
Tamar Braxton has offered up her new single "My Man." The single is pulled from her forthcoming new release, which is her first since 2015's Calling All Lovers. On the impassioned track she pleads for answers from a man she tried hard to please.
Ellie Goulding and Kygo have connected for a new single titled "First Time." The track currently stands as a standalone single from the pair and follows Kygo's recent collaboration with Selena Gomez on "It Ain't Me."
Dan Auerbach has released a new video for "King of a One Horse Town," the first single off of his upcoming solo album, Waiting on a Song.
The new clip, directed by Aaron Hymes, was filmed in the town of Helper and features a long-haired, bearded man reveling in his solitude as he makes his way around town, hits the playground and hikes into the mountains.
Billy Ray Cryus has confirmed plans to relaunch his artist career under just his last name. In addition to the name change, Cyrus also confirmed a series of new versions of his signature hit single "Achy Breaky Heart."
Paul McCartney has added more tour dates to his upcoming run in the US. The new dates will take place in Newark, New Jersey on September 11th, as well as New York City's Madison Square Garden on September 15th, Brooklyn's Barclays Center on September 19th and Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on September 26th.
Usher has thrown his weight behind the fight against juvenile diabetes at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund's Imagine Gala in Los Angeles earlier this week. The benefit raised over $1 million for the cause and found Ush pledging his commitment to see the effort through.
Stone Sour has released a new music video for their track "Fabuless," the first single from the band's upcoming album, Hydrograd.
The new "Fabuless" clip was filmed on April 18 in Los Angeles and was directed by Paul Brown.
Willie Nelson has released a new video for "Still Not Dead," which appears on his new album, God's Problem Child.
The video opens with Nelson pouring himself a cup of coffee and laughing in the face of internet reports that he'd died. The video also features Nelson performing "Still Not Dead" in a studio mixed with shots of him playing poker.
Founding Jefferson Starship guitarist Craig Chaquico is suing the band in an attempt to stop his former bandmates from using the band's name for upcoming performances and merchandise.
Chaquico is asking a judge to prevent a new iteration of Jefferson Starship from using the name in the federal lawsuit filed in San Francisco.
NPG Records and Warner Bros. are planning to release two versions of a Deluxe reissue of Prince's seminal Purple Rain. The two-disc Deluxe edition and the three disc Deluxe - Expanded Edition of the album are both set for release on June 23.
Gwen Stefani has confirmed that she has suffered a ruptured eardrum. News of the ailment came after Stefani abruptly canceled her appearance at the Keep Memory Alive: Power of Love Gala on April 27. She was scheduled to be the headlining act at the event, which benefits the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center For Brain Health.