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Tom Morello asked a fan to fill in for him at a Prophets of Rage concert in Europe. The rockstar/political activist recently underwent surgery after breaking his hand from playing the guitar at a gig.
Joe Jackson, the father and talent manager of Michael and Janet Jackson, passed away in a hospital in Las Vegas. His children and grandchildren paid tribute to 'The Hawk' by writing heartfelt messages thanking him for the Jackson empire.
Fans of Pantera and Hellyeah were invited to a public memorial in Dallas to say goodbye to Vinnie Paul, legendary drummer and heavy metal icon. He died in Las Vegas last week in an apparent heart attack.
Mel B once again spoke about the Spice Girls' reunion tour! In an interview, she said that plans have been drawn out for the anticipated return to the stage of the 90s girl group.
Steven Lamar was initially asking for $100 million in royalties for sales of the latter models of Beats headphones. However, the court agreed to give him only a part of what he claimed the company still owes him.
Tyler, The Creator dropped his remix of Prophet's new song 'Wanna Be Your Man' from his first album in 30 years. The track followed previous releases 'OKRA,' '435,' and 'Rose Tinted Cheeks.'
Paramore dropped the 80s-inspired music video for 'Caught in the Middle,' the fifth single from the album 'After Laughter,' this week. The band also announced a music festival set in their hometown of Nashville.
Officer Brian Martin, who left a comment on Facebook celebrating the murder of Jimmy Wopo, was pulled from the field. An investigation was launched to look into the hateful social media comment.
Barry Gibb, cofounder and member of the Bee Gees, attended the knighting ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London on Tuesday. He dedicated the honor to his late brothers Maurice and Robin Gibb.
Neil Young will headline the 2018 Farm Aid, an annual charity event that aims to help family farms in America. This is the first time that the concert will be held in Connecticut.
Paris Jackson said that she spent time with her grandfather Joe Jackson in the hospital and did not see him tweet about accepting death. The Jackson Five talent manager has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Ariana Grande defended her fiancé Pete Davidson from fans who have been leaving negative comments about their quick engagement. The young diva also denied news that she is pregnant.
Gloria Estefan announced that she was cast as Lydia's younger sister in 'One Day At A Time' on Netflix. The comedy series was renewed for Season 3 last March and is expected to premiere in 2019.
Chance The Rapper announced the 50th anniversary concert of the Special Olympics in his hometown of Chicago next month. The event will also benefit his charity, SocialWorks.
Demi Lovato performed 'Sober,' a song about her relapse, onstage at the Rock in Rio Lisbon festival in Portugal. On a tweet, the 25-year-old said that she feels like a new person after her courageous admission.