When the Foo Fighters doc Sonic Highways lands in stores this spring, it will feature footage with Joe Walsh that didn't make the cut in the version that aired on HBO. Each of the eight episodes comprising Sonic Highways will have extended interviews with the likes of Walsh, Barack Obama, Billy Gibbons, ZZ Top and Joan Jett.
Jesse Carey is listening to Nickelback non-stop for one week in order to raise money for Charity: Water, a group that constructs wells in developing countries. "I want to lift the confidence of what a human being is even capable of," Carey told Relevant.
Paul McCartney has reached the top five of the Billboard 100 chart for the first time in 31 years with his Kanye West and Rihanna collaboration "FourFiveSeconds." The trio has leaped to number four on the Billboard Hot 100 with "FourFiveSeconds" this week, delivering the former Beatle his first Top five single in 31 years.
Australian band Safia received death threats after claiming that Ariana Grande stole the concept for her "One Last Time" music video from their video for "You Are the One. The band posted on their Facebook that this "wouldn't be the first time uncreative talentless **** from big labels and/or big film firms steal ideas from small independent creative."
Taylor Swift joined Jimmy Fallon to show odd her dance moves on a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. For the skit, Fallon and Swift were dressed as "famous Jumbotron dancers" who go to sporting events around New York and give the camera their best dance moves in order to get on the jumbotron.
Van Morrison has revealed plans for a new duets album that will feature collaborators including Bobby Womack and Michael Buble. The new release will feature new versions of classic tracks from Van's esteemed career and will be aptly titled as Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue. Buble and Womack are just a few of the big names set to connect with Van on the release.