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eltonjohn-061616.jpg Walt Disney has announced The Lion King soundtrack will feature a new song from Elton John.

halestorm-060319.jpg Hard rock band Halestorm have announced a cross-country fall tour in the promotion of their latest album, Vicious, which was released in July of 2018.

cardib-061019.jpg Cardi B pleaded not guilty to two counts of felony attempted assault and various lesser charges stemming from a New York strip club brawl during her arraignment in Queens Criminal Court on Tuesday.

brettyoung-080818.jpg Brett Young announced that he will release a 5-track album, titled The Acoustic Sessions EP, on September 13 via BMLG Records.

avril-lavigne-042318.jpg Avril Lavigne is set to embark on her first North American tour in five years this fall.

jcole-081517.jpg J. Cole, Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar have been confirmed as headliners for the inaugural Day N Vegas festival.

raconteurs-121918.jpg A special vinyl edition of The Raconteurs' new album Help Us Stranger contains a hidden tribute to The Beatles.

tanyatucker-032519.jpg Tanya Tucker is set to receive star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Recording.

mary-j-blige-110817.jpg Mary J. Blige and J Balvin have been tapped as voice-over artists in Trolls World Tour, the sequel to DreamWorks Animation's 2016 hit musical-comedy Trolls.

lady-gaga-030619.jpg Lady Gaga has extended her popular Las Vegas residencies - Enigma and Jazz & Piano - into next year. The newly announced shows will run through May 2020.

universal-062419.jpg Universal Music Group has been slapped with a class action lawsuit by several prominent musicians over master recordings lost in fire.

prophetsofrage-012717.jpg Prophets Of Rage have released their first single since last summer, titled "Made With Hate."

chrissiehynde-042919.jpg The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde has covered the "Veronica Mars" theme song "We Used To Be Friends."

dixie-chicks-061516.jpg The Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines posted a video on Instagram showing herself and her bandmates, Emily Strayer and Martie Maguire, taking turns to announce, "Dixie Chicks. Album. Coming."

davebartholomew-062519.jpg Dave Bartholomew, a rock n' roll pioneer, has died at the age of 100. Bartholomew died of heart failure at East Jefferson General Hospital in Metairie, Louisiana, on June 23.

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