- Ed Sheeran Goes Big: Reveals 2018 Stadium Tour, MTV 'TRL' Premiere Sheeran is set to launch a 2018 tour that will match his pop star magnitude when he plays a series of massive stadiums next year.
- Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton & Vince Gill Honor Reba McEntire The artists celebrated the 40th Anniversary of McEntire's Opry debut.
- Ted Nugent Slams NFL Protestors, Applauds 'Real Americans' "When you use the banner under which they fought as a source for your displeasure, you dishonor the memories of those who bled for the very freedoms you have."
- Jackson Browne Announces 2018 Acoustic Tour The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will kick off his acoustic trek on January 6, 2018, in Georgia before visiting six cities in Florida.
- Drake Serves as Pallbearer at Funeral of Late Friend Anthony 'Fif' Soares Soares was shot and killed on September 14.
- Alex Rodriguez Reaches Out to Jennifer Lopez's Ex-Husband Marc Anthony A-Rod is currently teaming up with Anthony as well as the New York Yankees and Major League Baseball in raising money for Puerto Rico relief efforts.
- Artists React to Death of Funk and Soul Singer Charles Bradley At the age of 62, Bradley released his debut album, 'No Time for Dreaming,' which made him a star in his own right. He died at 68.
- Cody Simpson Announces Chill New Band, The Tide "The Tide, acting as a sonic exemplar of flow and fluidity. The way of things," he said.
- Jennifer Lopez Donates $1 Million to Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Lopez joined New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in Puerto Rico over the weekend to provide aid to those affected by the devastation of Hurricane Irma and Maria.
- Pharrell, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder & More Take a Knee to Support NFL Protests NFL bosses, basketball players, politicians, celebrities and everyday Twitter users voiced their support for players' rights to protest. So did a number of music stars.
- Stars And Strings 2017 Lineup Announced! Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Darius Rucker, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, Sam Hunt and Lindsay Ell are all part of this year's benefit concert.
- Watch Neil Young's Induction into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame "Songs are like animals. You really have to be careful with them and sneak up on them and don't scare them," Young said.