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BillyCorgan-011617.jpg Smashing Pumpkins have revealed the names of some new songs. The band is primed to head out on a reunion tour which brings back together most of their classic lineup dating back to the Siamese Dream tour.

journey-the-band-101916.jpg Journey and Def Leppard have released a short promo video in support of their forthcoming summer tour together. In the comedic video Neal Schon and Joe Elliott sit down and easily hammer out all the details of the bands' herculean touring efforts in just a few quick minutes.

SamHunt-060817.jpg Sam Hunt has been announced as the headliner for the Firestone Legends Day Concert ahead of the 102nd Indianapolis 500 this May.

bastille-070116.jpg Bastille has signed on for a headlining performance at the upcoming Wilderness Festival. The fest is set to take place in Oxfordshire, UK between August 2 and 5 this summer and will also feature a headlining performance by Chic and jazz artist Kamasi Washington.

ti-black-and-white-061416.jpg Online entertainment and celebrity gossip channel Bossip says rapper T.I. has settled a lawsuit with former employees of Atlanta restaurant Scales 925. Some staff members at Scales 925 had sued T.I. and his partner Chris Hughes for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act, by not paying them overtime and money damages.

PeteTownshend-021518.jpg Pete Townshend is planning to re-release his first solo album. The album, titled Who Came First, will be reissued to mark its 45th anniversary and is set to drop on April 20.

BlakeShelton-120117.jpg Blake Shelton has signed on for a headlining performance at this year's upcoming Watershed Music Festival. The country fest takes place at the Gorge Amphitheater in Washington from August 3 to 5. This year Shelton joins a stacked lineup of performers including Clint Black and Big & Rich.

lionelrichie-070116.jpg Lionel Richie has opened up about his daughter's ongoing relationship with the much older reality television star Scott Disick. Speaking of his 19 year old daughter Sophia's current flame, the soul legend says "it's just a phase."

WizKhalifa-022218.jpg Wiz Khalifa will serve as one of the headlining acts for the Smokers Club Festival alongside Kid Cudi and ScHoolboy Q. According to Complex, Khalifa has also promised to perform tracks off of his popular mixtape, Kush & OJ.

TheNational-022613.jpg Matt Berninger of the National has revealed his plans to work on a television show in the near future. He shared the news during a recent interview on Australian radio and noted that it will follow the story of his life and will be directed by his brother Tom, who also directed a documentary about the band. "It's something we've been cooking for a while," Berninger said.

OzzyOsbourne-020718.jpg Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the Osbourne clan are launching a new weekly podcast, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The family will discuss their time on their show The Osbournes. The 10-week podcast will see Ozzy, his wife/manager Sharon, and their children Jack and Kelly talking about the groundbreaking reality show that ran on MTV.

coleswindell-061016.jpg Cole Swindell has unveiled a new single, "Break Up in the End." The song, the first from his upcoming third album, was written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill, and Jessie Jo Dillon. "I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message," Swindell says in a press release.

MileyCyrus-022318.jpg Miley and Noah Cyrus sang The Lizzie McGuire Movie anthem, "What Dreams Are Made Of," for Paolo (also known as Yani Gellman), the villain from the film. Over the weekend, Noah shared a picture of herself, Miley, and Gellman. The sisters posed for multiple photos with him, including a snap of them giving him some kisses.

kacey-070616.jpg Kacey Musgraves has dropped a pair of new tracks, titled "Space Cowboy" and "Butterflies." Both tracks are taken off of her upcoming new album Golden Hour. "You can have your space, cowboy / I ain't gonna fence you in / Go on ride away, in your Silverado / Guess I'll see you 'round again / I know my place, and it ain't with you / Sunsets fade, and love does too."

Band-Benjamin090617.jpg Breaking Benjamin have released another new track, "Blood," off of their upcoming new album Ember. The track follows the album's lead single "Red Cold River." "People have always really liked the heavier side of the band. I think that's what they sort of gravitate towards," frontman Benjamin Burnley says of Ember.

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