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The Crystals original member Barbara Alston passed away last week after suffering from the flu. Her wake took place one week later, and it was attended by Dee Dee Kenniebrew.
Neil Young recently criticized Google, Facebook, and Amazon for allegedly ripping off artists. The 72-year-old musician has not received a response from the three companies.
Broadway star Caissie Levy just performed 'Monster' for her fans. The song is one of the four tracks that will be released off the ongoing 'Frozen' stage play.
Drake's 'God's Plan' music video was released last week. Days later, Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo Rodriguez dropped a spoof of the popular track from Drake's 'Scary Hours' album.
Carrie Underwood recently confirmed that she is recovering well through the photo she uploaded on Instagram. The singer broke her wrist and underwent 40 to 50 stitches after an accident last year.
Max and Emme, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's kids, just turned 10 years old. They celebrated their birthday at Sugar Factory, and their mom reportedly left a $5,500 tip.
Margot Robbie received the surprise of a lifetime when she visited Nick Grimshaw's BBC Radio 1 segment 'Heart Rate Monitor.' The actress got a message from Corey Taylor and Bullet for My Valentine.
Lorde just clarified that he is not dating Jack Antonoff. The producer of 'Melodrama' previously told his Twitter followers that he is still single after his split from Lena Dunham in January.
Galantis just announced its upcomng Las Vegas residency. Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklöw wil be performing at three venues in Las Vegas from April 21 to Aug. 12.
A limited-edition vinyl featuring Sufjan Stevens' songs from 'Call Me By Your Name' will be released on April 21. The record will feature 'Mystery of Love,' 'Visions of Gideon,' and 'Futile Devices.'
Demi Lovato recently made her fans speculate about her connection with Drake. The 'Sorry Not Sorry' singer revealed that she had a dream about the 'God's Plan' artist.
5 Seconds Of Tour just announced that they would be going on tour starting this spring. The brand also dropped its first single, 'Want You Back,' off of its upcoming album.
Quincy Jones acknowledged the fact that he has offended a lot of people during his recent interviews. He apologized to them via his social media account.
Dua Lipa brought home two recognitions at this year's Brit Awards. The 'New Rules' singer bested Paloma Faith, Jessie Ware, Kate Tempest, Laura Marling, Dave, J Hus, Loyle Carner, and Sampha in the two categories.
The Bootleg Beatles announced that they're looking for a new John Lennon.It is still unclear, however, whether or not Adam Hastings will be leaving the group.