Evanescence's is ready to break some new ground with their unique new project, according to frontwoman Amy Lee.
"We're working on something new — and the info about it is on lockdown just for a little bit longer," she tells Team Rock. "It's very exciting, and we're working very hard, said Lee. "I can't wait to tell you what it is, but we will be releasing it this year."
Carrie Underwood has shared an adorable video of her working out with her son Isaiah to her Instagram.
The clip sees Underwood hitting the mats for some stretching with her son at her side, copying her moves as best he can. At one point, Isaiah looks to his mom for her to pick him up, so she does and continues on with her squats.
Queen have confirmed plans to release their own custom version of the classic board game Monopoly. News of the new game came via guitarist Brian May, who opened up about the project on his website after information about the game leaked on Amazon.com.
Faith Evans has revealed her new track "Ten Wife Commandments" featuring posthumous audio from Notorious B.I.G. The track is pulled from the forthcoming new Biggie duets release The King & I and Faith revealed that it was one of the first songs selected for the project.
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has been hit with an assault lawsuit after he allegedly assaulted an autograph collector after an Iggy Pop show last year in Detroit.
The plaintiff, Jason Leckrone claims Homme began swearing at him while posing for photos, then threatened to punch him in the face after briefly disappearing into a party.
Clay Walker will serve as the host for the 8th annual Chords of Hope benefit concert, which raises profits to fund research and education for MS. The proceeds will go to the MS Center at Vanderbilt Medical Center and Walker's charity Band Against MS.
The city of Liverpool, England is set for a special tribute to the 50th anniversary of the classic Beatles release Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band. The city has commissioned a series of new visual art pieces that will commemorate each of the album's classic songs.
Beyonce gave a Houston high school student the surprise of a lifetime via a Facetime call after a successful social media campaign.
Ebony Banks, a senior at Alief Hastings High School in Houston, is battling stage 4 of a rare form of cancer. Her friends launched a social-media campaign with the hashtag #EBOBMEETSBEYONCE in hopes of gaining the superstar's attention.
Scorpions and Megadeth have confirmed plans for a co-headlining tour this year. The run will kick off at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania on September 14 and will run through October 15 when they'll wrap at Amelie Arena in Tampa. "When our album 'Crazy World' was released back in '91, right at the end of the cold war, we toured around a world that was pretty crazy . . ."
Former Boston drummer John Thomas "Sib" Hashian has died at the age of 67, according to ABC affiliate WCVB.
According to reports, Hashian collapsed while performing as part of the Legends of Rock Cruise. Hashian's son confirmed those details with TMZ.
The Decemberists have confirmed plans for their own music festival this year. The event will be dubbed Traveler's Rest and will take place between August 12-13 at Big Sky Brewing Company Amphitheatre in Missoula, Montana. The band broke news of the new fest on their official Twitter handle.
Florida Georgia Line have thrown their weight behind a wounded veteran in need by gifting him a special all-terrain wheelchair. The man, named Staff Sergeant Shane Savage, was wounded in Afghanistan and was treated to his new wheels during a recent show. "I got an invitation from Independence Fund to go to the concert," Savage recalls to Fox News about the opportunity.
Natasha Bedingfield has reportedly signed on to provide the end credit theme music for the Disney series Tangled: The Series, a song titled "More of Me." The show tells stories set between the films Tangled and Tangled Ever After. She spoke on her participation with Billboard.com saying it was a natural fit.
John Legend has offered up his newest single "In America." The track will appear on the soundtrack to the new pre-Civil War era film Underground and was written by Legend in collaboration with Dave Tozer. "In America, in America/ I still can't breathe in America," Legend sings, alluding to the murder of Eric Garner by the NYPD.
"Big Boys," a new single that is taken off of Chuck Berry's final studio album CHUCK, has been released.
The new album will feature guest appearances from Gary Clark Jr., Tom Morello, Nathaniel Rateliff and Berry's grandson Charles Berry III. CHUCK is comprised of 10 new recordings, eight of which were written by Berry.