Glenn Frey and Don Henley of the Eagles are suing concert footage archivist William Shelley, whom they have accused of charging admission to screen a bootlegged video of the band playing live. According to the Guardian, the band is attempting to seize Shelley's entire archives, the Shelley Archives, which feature over 10,000 hours of rare concert footage.
Lionel Richie has been confirmed for the Sunday afternoon slot at Glastonbury 2015. His June 28 set goes down on the Pyramid stage. It'll be the first time Lionel has played a U.K. festival. "I'm really excited to play Glastonbury next year as it's one of the most iconic festivals in the world," Richie told the Guardian.
Billy Joel biographer Fred Schruers named a dozen of his greatest hits to create his ultimate Billy Joel playlist for Rolling Stone. Schruers, who interviewed Joel for Billy Joel: The Definitive Biography, listed off the essential Piano Man songs, which included four tracks off of the singer's 1976 album Turnstiles, two off of 1977's The Stranger and more.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are supposedly spending the upcoming holiday season together. The couple, who recently split and are living separately, want to come together for their three-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan. In a recent interview with In Touch, Cannon commented on the matter, saying, "Gotta keep that going."
Tim McGraw has opened up about his songwriting process, saying that it takes the perfect mix of lyric and melody to get him going. "For me, the perfect combination - and what you strive to find as an artist - are those songs that have both of those things involved. It's lyrically spot-on perfect, and the melody is something that just sings itself practically."
Peter Gabriel and the members of Pussy Riot have added their voices to the legions of supporters behind Hong Kong's ongoing democracy demonstrations. They have both contributed messages of support to the group Stand By You 2.0, which is projecting recorded messages to the protestors at the center of the Occupy campaign in Hong Kong.