Young Money rapper Drake announced that he will release his second studio album,“Take Care,” October 24.
Paul McCartney will kick off his new 2011 “On The Run Tour” with his first ever appearance at Yankee Stadium in New York City, July 15.
Our favorite rock and roll couple, Jack White and Karen Elson have announced that they are getting a divorce.
Known as the “Largest Free Concert in America,” event producer Scott Mirkin talks about the 2011 Philly Fourth of July Jam as part of Welcome America Festival. The Roots will return to headline with Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson serving as curator.
Bon Iver’s second album doesn’t officially drop until June 21, but you can stream the self-titled album now.
Music industry veteran Steve Popvich, 68, who helped launch the career of Meat Loaf, has passed away from an apparent heart attack in his apartment in Murfreesboro, TN. We will miss you.
Queen B took to Facebook to address the leak of her forthcoming album “4,” which is planed for release June 28.
Rapper Lupe Fiasco declared President Obama a “Terrorist” during his appearance on CBS’s “What’s Trending” with Shira Lazar.
To kick off the first day of the 2011 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and the Del McCoury Band have written an official theme song for the festival. “Bonnaroo (Feel The Magic),” will now serve as the festival’s National Anthem.
Following an upheaval of fan protests in Lebanon, the Middle Eastern state has lifted it’s ban of Lady Gaga’s album “Born This Way.”
In celebration of what would have been guitar legend Les Paul’s 96th birthday, Google has changed their logo into an interactive, playable guitar, that users can record their tune and share it with friends.
Philip Walden Jr., the son of the late Capricorn Records co-founder and Phil Walden, died June 7 in a ‘freak accident’ in Atlanta. He was 48.
The “Low” rapper was charged with driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license in Miami Beach the morning of June 9.
After taking quite a fall at last night’s CMT Awards, International country superstar Shania Twain has bounced right back up to announce her two-year residency at The Colosseum at Ceasars Palace in Las Vegas, beginning next year on December 1, 2012.
David Israelite, president and CEO of the National Music Publishers’ Association, answers five questions with The Comet and discusses digital piracy, intellectual property rights, and Richard Marx.
The Band Perry and Blake Shelton are the only double winners of the night, while Taylor Swift claimed the show’s top honor, for video of the year.
Chad Taylor, founding member of Live and The Gracious Few, talks about the future of both groups and why this is the best musical year of his life.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced that their 10th studio album “I’m With You,” will be released on August 30. Yay!
Irish rockers, The Script will return stateside this fall for a 31-city headlining tour, beginning August 30 in Minneapolis, MN.
Eminem is known for his ironic lyrics. In the latest tracked leaked from his new project, Bad Meets Evil with Royce Da 5’9’‘, Em calls Lady Gaga a “male lady” and of teen pop star Justin Bieber says, “evil sees through him.”