Today (December 11) he visited Minneapolis’ BUZ’N 102.9 (a Radio.com station) and shared what to expect from his new music and how, if at all, he has changed since his retirement.
On “When I’m Home,” a track off the ‘Angels Sing’ soundtrack, the country singer joins forces with soulful crooner Harry Connick Jr for their own original holiday tune.
The lawsuit claims that the toy company has infringed upon other artists, including Queen, Daft Punk, Kaskade, Krewella, Avicii, Slam, k.flay and Trevor Guthrie.
“Louder really encompasses my experiences over this past year and my journey as an artist up to this point. There’s a lot of emotion but it’s also very encouraging and hopeful—it’s about pushing forward and living your life in a way that’s louder, stronger and bolder,” she said.
One thing is clear: Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” was the most talked about song of the summer and now it’s up for 4 GRAMMYs including Record of the Year. Thicks says it’s all due to Pharrell and a rather racy video.
‘Out Among the Stars’ is an album Cash recorded in the early 1980s with producer Billy Sherrill that was shelved and never released. The 12-track album includes a duet with Waylon Jennings and two with June Carter Cash.
“We’re going to head on out to an arena tour with a guy named Brett Eldredge and Chase Rice,” Currington said. “Brett, what a great singer-songwriter. I hear they get a little crazy too. Three crazies in the room, one night. Should be a lot of fun.”
More than a dozen country, rock and reggae artists will perform for Rock the Ocean’s two-night festival.
“The idea for me to perform in the Victoria’s Secret fashion show actually came from one of my friends, Lily [Aldridge], who is one of the Angels,” she said.
Set for release this March, Evans’ album includes collaborations with Vince Gill, Isaac Slade of The Fray and Gavin DeGraw.
“That’s the most mind-blowing thing in the world to me. You can go out there and have a song that can touch somebody like that on the radio. That’s really cool and to be able to hear it for the first time was a special moment.”
Rebecca Black, the girl behind 2011 viral sensation “Friday,” is back with a new song titled — but of course — “Saturday.” “Yesterday was Friday,” she says in a wink to her previous “hit.”
The “Jolene” singer will release ‘Blue Smoke’ via Sony Masterworks and her own label, Dolly Records, to coincide with her world tour next year.
‘Anchorman’ stars shared the ‘SNL’ stage last night with One Direction for a rowdy rendition of “Afternoon Delight.”
“It’s always great to perform at home in the good ol’ USA. We’re kicking off our Blue Smoke World Tour right here at home. I love traveling all over the world; but it’s true, there’s nothing like home,” Parton said.