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Ellen DeGeneres, Stevie Nicks, Anastacia Added To 'VH1 Divas' Special

Funny lady Ellen DeGeneres has been tapped to host “VH1 Divas Las Vegas,” taking place at the MGM Grand hotel in Sin City May 23. Chicago-born soul-pop singer Anastacia and Fleetwood Mac vocalist and solo artist Stevie Nicks have just been added as special guest performers, according to a VH1 spokesperson. Las Vegas living legend Wayne Newton will serve as announcer for the event, the proceeds from which will benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, a charity aimed at restoring music programs in public schools and raising awareness of the positive impact that music participation has on students. The… Read more »


Stevie Nicks Revised Summer Tour Dates Announced

The high priestess of rock and roll Stevie Nicks will embark on an extensive concert tour this summer with an itinerary that will take the superstar across the United States. Nicks will perform material from her new CD, Trouble in Shangri-La, which entered the Billboard album charts at No. 5 and has remained a Top 20 hit for the last three weeks. She will also cover material from her previous solo albums as well as her hits as a member of Fleetwood Mac. Billboard Magazine hailed Nicks’ new album as “this year’s comeback equivalent to Carlos Santana and her strongest… Read more »


Nicks, Crow, Rimes Sign On For Blockbuster Awards

Stevie Nicks with Sheryl Crow, Joe with Mystikal, LeAnn Rimes, and Ricky Martin are confirmed to perform at this year’s Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, to be taped Tuesday (April 10) at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and airing on Fox the next evening. There are 24 music categories in this year’s awards, all of which were voted on by fans. Among the nominees in the top categories are: Christina Aguilera, Toni Braxton, Faith Hill, Madonna, and Britney Spears for Favorite female artist Eminem, Dr. Dre, Ricky Martin, Kid Rock, and Sting for Favorite male artist Backstreet Boys, Creed, Destiny’s Child,… Read more »


The Starting Line Thanks Taylor Swift For “The Black Dog” Name-Drop

On Friday, April 19, Taylor Swift fans were treated to a surprise double album as the “Anti-Hero” singer released The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology. Across the 31 tracks, Swift name-drops many artists including Charlie Puth, Stevie Nicks, and even herself. Believed to be a song about her previous relationship with The 1975‘s Matty Healy, she also mentions pop-punk legends The Startling Line in her track, “The Black Dog.” In a recent post, the band reacted to being named on the album. They said, “Dear Taylor, We heard the song, thank you for name checking our band. We feel flattered… Read more »


Dolly Parton and Måneskin Collab On “Jolene” For ‘Rockstar’ Bonus Track

As if Dolly Parton launching a 30-track rock album on November 17 wasn’t exciting enough, the artist recently released even more bonus tracks. Parton teamed up with Italy’s own Måneskin for a reimagining of the iconic “Jolene.” On November 19, Parton took to Instagram to post a behind-the-scenes video of the new rock version of “Jolene.” On top of working with one of music’s most legendary stars, Måneskin also shared a new music video during the holiday week for “TRASTEVERE” on November 23. The track comes from their extended album RUSH! (ARE U COMING?) and serves as the final music… Read more »


Hayley Williams Interviewed Dolly Parton For A Magazine Cover Story

Today marked a stunning Monday for pop-punk and country fans alike. For a Consequence Of Sound cover story, Paramore‘s Hayley Williams sat down with legend Dolly Parton ahead of her forthcoming album Rockstar. The “Jolene” singer is switching things up and heading for the electric guitar-laden sounds of authentic rock ‘n’ roll. Across 30 tracks, Parton is collaborating with myriad artists on cover tracks, including “I Hate Myself for Loving You” featuring Joan Jett And The Blackhearts and “Let It Be” featuring Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr with special guests Peter Frampton and Mick Fleetwood. Beyond these collabs, Parton released… Read more »

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