Little Big Town Does a Little “Day Drinking” on ‘The View’

Little Big Town paid a visit The View this week to promote their new album, Pain Killer. During the show, the band revealed their “Frozen” inspired Halloween costumes. The group also explained a bus game they play sometimes. The Name That Tune inpsired game was demonstrated by Phillip Sweet singing Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.”

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Christmas Is Coming Early This Year For Ariana Grande Fans And The Grammy Nominees

Ariana Grande and Pharrell will perform Christmas Special for Grammy nominations on TV.

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2 Chainz Takes A Break From ‘Expensivest Sh–’ To Pop A ‘Xanny’

2 Chainz releases a new song called “Xanny” featuring Cap 1 and Skooly on a free mixtape.

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Tim McGraw to Perform on ‘A Very Grammy Christmas’

“A Very GRAMMY® Christmas,” a new one-hour entertainment special, will feature three-time GRAMMY winner Tim McGraw, singer/songwriter Ariana Grande, three-time GRAMMY-winning group Maroon 5, and seven-time GRAMMY winner Pharrell Williams. The special will include performances of holiday songs and current pop hits, as well as artists sharing their favorite holiday memories and what a GRAMMY […]

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Handwritten John Lennon Letter Sells For $28,000 at Auction

A letter John Lennon wrote to New York-based television host Joe Franklin sold for more than $28,000 Thursday night at the Boston-based RR Auction. In the letter, written on Apple Records stationary in 1971 right after Yoko Ono released her album Fly , Lennon raves about his wife’s musical talents and asks Franklin to give her latest LP a listen. John Lennon Manuscripts Sell for $2.9 Million at Auction “Of course Yoko can explain her music better in person, this is a kind of introduction. For something rather more ‘straight,’ a track called ‘Mrs

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The Band Perry Shares Career Experiences with Belmont University Music Students During Special Master Class

The Band Perry took time out of their busy touring and recording schedule last week to give a Master Class at Belmont University’s School of Music in Nashville. With Massey Concert Hall as their backdrop, the sibling trio shared the backstory on how they started in the music industry, which included raising money for sound […]

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Liam Gallagher Reveals ‘Beady Eye Are No Longer’

Beady Eye have disbanded, Liam Gallagher revealed in a tweet Saturday. “Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support,” the former Oasis singer wrote. Gallagher’s fellow Oasis mate and Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell added, “Thanks to all the Beady Eye fans.

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Ariana Grande, Pharrell, Maroon 5 Tabbed for Grammy Christmas Special

After six years of announcing the nominees of Music’s Biggest Night during a primetime concert, the Grammy Awards are mixing things up for the 57th annual ceremony. Gone is Grammy Nominations Concert Live , and in its place comes A Very Grammy Christmas Special , which will air on December 5th on CBS. Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and Tim McGraw have been recruited for the holiday special, which will conclude with an extra gift for five artists: An Album of the Year Grammy nomination. The Grammys’ 25 Best and Worst Moments The Grammys’ primetime nomination concerts kicked off in 2008, but after declining ratings in recent years, the Grammys will now begin announcing their nominees with a morning ceremony on December 5th, the same day their holiday concert airs. Nomination in 82 of the 83 Grammy categories will be revealed over the course of that day, but the artists up for the biggest trophy – Album of the Year – won’t be unveiled until the conclusion of the Very Grammy Christmas special.

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Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Gwen Stefani Cover the Hollywood Bowl in Glitter

The live Christmas concerts of pop radio stations – the Jingle Balls and their competitors – serve as report cards on the state of the Top 40 and annual demonstrations of terrestrial radio’s muscle. Last night, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Jingle Ball season got started early, as CBS Radio organized their annual “We Can Survive” benefit – which contributes the modest sum of $2 from each ticket to help breast cancer survivors – hosting brief sets by Sia, Paramore, Iggy Azalea, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, and Pharrell Williams, plus special guests Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. Lessons gleaned from a consistently entertaining evening of music mostly sung by women: Taylor Swift is ready to take over the pop world (although it remains to be seen whether it’s ready for her), you get more bang for your buck with a confetti cannon than a T-shirt cannon and there has never been a better time to invest in a line of crystal-encrusted clothes.  Cover Story: The Reinvention of Taylor Swift   Swift, just 24, was the most commanding personality on the stage and the one most frequently name-checked by other artists, many of whom seemed aware they were playing in her shadow. She did four songs: “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” the new “Out of the Woods” (from her upcoming album 1989, which she made sure to mention was out on Monday), “I Knew You Were Trouble” and recent single “Shake It Off.” Interestingly, “Out of the Woods” varied her approach the most, sounding like a moody Peter Gabriel track. Swift worked the crowd into a sing-along froth, danced like a happy antelope and used the word “frenemies” when introducing “Shake It Off”: In short, she seemed like a presumptive pop queen just waiting for her official coronation

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Kristian Bush Set to Perform on ‘Today’- DVR Alert

Kristian Bush will kick off Monday morning with a special performance of his Top 40-and-climbing hit “Trailer Hitch” on NBC’s TODAY show (10/27). Bush recently released the music video for his infectious single, “Trailer Hitch,” which made its world premiere on CMT. For tour dates and more information, visit www.kristianbush.com.

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Reba McEntire Heads Back Into the Recording Studio

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/reba Reba McIntire released her self-titled debut album more than 35 years ago, and she does not plan to slow down anytime soon. She recently signed with the new record label, Nash Icon Music, for her next record. The opportunity presented itself just when McIntire thought her recording career was finished. “I figured it was over,” she told USA Today . Her husband and manager Narvel Blackstock convinced her otherwise.

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Cream Bassist Jack Bruce Dead at 71

Jack Bruce, the singer and bassist for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Cream, has passed away, his family confirmed the musician’s passing on his Facebook page. He was 71. Fricke’s Picks: The Cream of Bruce “It is with great sadness that we, Jack’s family, announce the passing of our beloved Jack: husband, father, granddad, and all round legend.

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