logo

Entertainment News

Share SHARE

david-bowie-060816.jpg A new biography of legendary rocker David Bowie is due out soon and the book is reportedly filled with some disquieting facts about the singer's personal life. The book, authored by journalist Dylan Jones, details Bowie's struggles with drug and sex addictions. The book will be titled David Bowie: A Life.

trent-061616.jpg More details are coming out about the newest project from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. The two are providing a soundtrack for the upcoming Ken Burns documentary series on the Vietnam War.

nicki-081816.jpg Nicki Minaj flaunts her curves in Yo Gotti's new video for "Rake It Up." Alongside a bevy of curvaceous women, Minaj showcases her assets in a pink crop top and orange skirt as she grabs a rake to collects $100 bills lying on the ground. She also takes to a kiddie pool for a twerking session.

Martina-061316.jpg Martina McBride is heading out on the road for her first ever holiday tour, the Joy Of Christmas Tour. The Joy of Christmas Tour will kick off on November 24 in Biloxi, Mississippi and runs through December 22, wrapping in Roanoke, Virginia.

kissband-061416.jpg Despite failing to obtain a trademark for the 'devil horns' hand gesture, Gene Simmons says that he has no regrets about trying. Simmons withdrew his application for the trademark in June.

KendrickLamar-071817.jpg The highly rumored collaborative album from J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar might not come to fruition according to reports. The new information came after a Twitter user asked Top Dawg Entertainment co-president Terrence "Punch" Henderson if the project would ever be released. "Probably never," Punch replied to the question, dashing the hopes of many fans.

jeff-ament-061016.jpg Pearl Jam's two-night stand at Wrigley Field in their hometown of Chicago will be chronicled in a new concert film and corresponding live album, Let's Play Two. Photographer Danny Clinch filmed the August 20th and 22nd concerts.

jerrod-niemann-072116.jpg Jerrod Niemann is set to release his latest studio album later this year. The effort is called This Ride and is due out on October 6, according to Taste of Country. The 13-track release will feature his two most recent singles, "God Made a Woman" and "A Little More Love."

beatles69-063016.jpg The original score for the Beatles classic track "Eleanor Rigby" is set to be auctioned off. The rare item is expected to bring in over $25,000 when it is sold.

imge1-101116.jpg Dr. Dre is reportedly getting back in the studio alongside producer Dem Jointz in Honolulu, Hawaii. Jointz posted a video of the two men en route to Hawaii. In the new clip, Dre is jamming out to Steely Dan's "Black Cow" as the private jet he's on approaches Hawaii.

CamilaCabello-082117.jpg Camila Cabello took to the stage solo for the first time at a festival at Billboard's Hot 100 Fest at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater over the weekend. She opened her 35-minute set with "OMG," before launching into her single "Crying In the Club" and MGK's hit song "Bad Things." She also performed "I Have Questions," which she admitted was a very personal experience for her.

britney-spears-071316.jpg Britney Spears served up a surprisingly personal rendition of Bonnie Raitt's signature hit "Something to Talk About." The cover was part of one of Spears' Vegas residency performance, but the song is not part of the singer's usual set list, according to Rolling Stone.

radiohead-album-061016.jpg Two members of Radiohead performed a special show over the weekend to raise money for earthquake relief in Italy. Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood appeared as a duo, according to Billboard. The show took place at the Sferisterio in the Italian city of Macerata, located in the central part of the country.

Band-Autograph-082117.jpg Autograph has debuted its latest track "Get Off Your Ass," the title track to their upcoming new release. Get Off Your Ass is due to be released on October 6. In addition to a digital and CD release, a limited edition vinyl release will follow in November.

keith-urban-062316.jpg You'd think being a rising country star would be dream enough for a 23-year-old singer. But RaeLynn got to live one of her childhood dreams this weekend when she was asked onstage by Keith Urban. The two were among the performers at the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival, which took plae in Brownsville, Oregon. For his track "We Were Us," Urban brought RaeLynn onstage.

Follow RTT