Justin Moore has released another single, "Somebody Else Will." The track is taken from latest album, Kinda Don't Care. The new release is the second single from the album, following "You Look Like I need A Drink," which came out just under a year ago. Kelly Archer, Adam Hambrick and Tebey Ottoh wrote "Somebody Else Will" for Moore.
Rick Wakeman of the band Yes has opened up about his potential induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During a recent radio interview, Wakeman said that he had advocated for the band's induction even when he was on a hiatus from the group. "I pushed publicly for Yes to go in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when I wasn't in the band . . ."
John Legend has revealed that history of drug use in his family is a significant reason for his active votership. In a new edition of Vevo's "Why I Vote" campaign, Legend explained that he is opposed to the levels of incarceration of people like his mother, who was locked up on non-violent drug charges. "We both agree that when people are going through those kinds of issues . . ."
Iron Maiden rocker Steven Harris says that the band would never make an up and coming act pay for the privilege of supporting them. Speaking with Metal Journal, the icon says that the practice is "just wrong" and explained why they have chosen to support rising talent for years. "Well, because we can. I mean, we have an opportunity . . ."
Country music star Shania Twain will be named this year's Women In Music Icon by Billboard at its upcoming 2016 Women in Music event. The event will be held in New York City on December 9th and will be televised on December 12th. Billboard stated that the award "celebrates an artist whose historic contributions to the music industry establish them among the highest class.
David Bowie's late wife, model Iman, has dedicated a new award to her late husband. She attended Save The Child's Illumination Gala in New York, where she was honored with the Voice Award on Tuesday. Accepting the award, she said philanthropic effort was a tribute to Bowie, noting: "David was also a staunch supporter of human rights . . ."
Katy Perry recently filmed herself dancing at a Kanye West concert to the lyrics of the rapper's controversial song 'Famous.' The lyrics make a lewd reference to Taylor Swift, with whom Katy Perry has a widely publicized feud. Perry was attending West's concert at the Forum in Inglewood, California when she made the video.
The video of Lady Gaga's appearance on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden of the Late Late Show is now available to be viewed online. The pair belted out several of Gaga's best known songs during the 15-minute video, including "Poker Face," "Bad Romance" and "Edge of Glory." Gaga and Corden also sang two songs off of her recently released album Joanne.
The North Bergen Police Department announced on the evening of October 25th that missing backup dancer, Shirlene Quigley, has been located after an extensive search. She is reported to be safe and is receiving medical treatment at an undisclosed medical facility. Quigley went missing on the evening of October 23rd in New Jersey. Her phone was found by police in a bridal store in New York.
Democratic Presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, appeared on the October 25th edition of the radio show "The Breakfast Club." Stevie Wonder also made an appearance and performed a song to help celebrate Clinton's 69th birthday. Wonder performed a customized version of his 'Happy Birthday' song for Clinton.
Maynard James Kennan is about to embark on a tour to promote his upcoming book, A Perfect Union Of Contrary Things. The frontman of both Tool and A Perfect Circle will be joined at each stop on the tour by a special guest moderator, several of whom are well known figures of the music world.
Chevelle have announced a headlining tour of the West Coast for early next year. The band will head out for a short, 10-day trek set to begin on January 13 in San Francisco and run through a January 26 date in Boulder, Colorado. Chevelle will also perform in Las Vegas, Nevada, Boise, Idaho, Spokane, Washington, Sacramento, California and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Florida Georgia Line has extending their 'Dig Your Roots Tour' into 2017. Dustin Lynch and Chris Lane will be joining them. The new trek will include stops in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Orlando, Florida, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Knoxville, Tennessee and Omaha, Nebraska as well as a few stops north of the border in Hamilton, Ontario, Ottawa, Ontario, Montreal, and Quebec.
ABBA is returning for a new "live digital experience" in 2018. The iconic Swedish band has partnered with Simon Fuller for the "groundbreaking venture that will utilize the very latest in digital and virtual reality technology." "The aim is to create an original entertainment experience… which will enable a new generation of fans to see, hear, and feel ABBA."
Prince's former compound Paisley Park has officially been approved as a museum, according to the Chanhassen, Minnesota City Council. The facility is expected to draw over a half million visitors a year and news of the approval came from the town's mayor. "I'm happy for the council, I'm happy for the community, I'm happy for the operator," said Mayor Denny Laufenburger.