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jasonaldean-092117.jpg Jason Aldean has announced an additional 22 dates for his upcoming We Back 2020 U.S. and Canada tour.

blink182-061016.jpg Blink-182 recently dropped a new exclusive merchandise collection in order to raise money for Australian Zoo, an organization providing medical care and rehabilitation to wildlife impacted by the deadly Australian bushfires.

selenagomez-101118.jpg Selena Gomez has shared an alternate video for "Lose You To Love Me," the chart-topping lead single from her third studio album, Rare.

aerosmith-062916.jpg Aerosmith will be joined by fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Run-DMC during the band's upcoming performance at the Grammy Awards.

margoprice-070518.jpg Margo Price and Shakey Graves have been announced as headliners of the first-ever Campfire Gathering Festival.

billieelilish-121019.jpg Rising star Billie Eilish has been tapped to perform the theme song for the latest James Bond movie, No Time To Die.

kanye-west-070916.jpg Controversial rapper and fashion designer Kanye West is set to headline Awaken 2020, a 10-hour-long prayer rally in Arizona.

dollyparton-030218.jpg Dolly Parton has revealed that she is prepared to release new music even after her death.

thomyorke-101718.jpg Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has added two more dates to his Tomorrow's Modern Boxes tour.

songwriters-110719.jpg The Songwriters Hall of Fame announced Thursday that musical legends Mariah Carey, the Isley Brothers, the Eurythmics, Rick Nowels, the Neptunes, William "Mickey" Stevenson and Steve Miller will become its latest inductees.

eminem-092316.jpg Eminem on Thursday released by surprise a new album, titled Music to be Murdered By.

bonjovi-051719.jpg American rock band Bon Jovi have announced a 2020 U.S. tour with Bryan Adams.

camilacabello-110719.jpg The Recording Academy has announced the next set of performers for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.

ashley-mcbryde-05-22-18.jpg Ashley McBryde has shared a new music video for her single, "Martha Divine," which will feature on her upcoming sophomore album.

monstersmen-050919.jpg Icelandic rock band Of Monsters and Men recently covered Post Malone's smash hit "Circles" on Australian radio station Triple J's "Like a Version" series.

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