Cher has canceled the remaining dates of her Dressed to Kill tour on advice from her docs. Medical advisers told the singer that she has a viral infection and that she needs plenty of rest to make it better. Cher is "totally devastated" by the news she told E! "Nothing like this has ever happened to me. I cannot apologize enough to all the fans who bought tickets."
Prince has released the lyric video for his recent cut, "FunkNRoll." The Purple One debuted the song in March on The Arsenio Hall Show. The retro 1970s looking background of the video plays well against the tune's throwback vibe. According to Vintage Vinyl News, the cut is a clever mix of several genres.
Bob Seger launched his North American Ride Out tour on Wednesday in Saginaw, Michigan. Video from the event found its way onto the web, and sees the legendary rocker opening with 1983's "Roll Me Away." Bob and the Silver Bullet Band go on to play a 23 song set lasting over two hours, including two encores.
Miley Cyrus, no stranger to shock value, agreed to star topless in a new advertisement for Golden Lady tights. The singer, who is featured in the new ad for the brand of tights, was shot by controversial photographer Terry Richardson. In the 30-second spot, she rips apart a giant teddy bear while wearing tights and no top.
Keith Urban has been nominated for for Single and Video Clip of the Year for his current single, "Somewhere in My Car," at the 2015 Country Music Awards Australia. The cut is from his latest album Fuse. In the Single of the Year category Keith goes up against Adam Harvey ("She Don't Know She's Beautiful"), and Kasey Chambers ("Bittersweet").
Paul McCartney has shared 3D footage of his historic concert at San Fran's Candlestick Park, which took place over the summer. Jaunt VR has developed an app that will put viewers in the audience of the August show. The footage sees Macca and his band playing the classic hit "Live and Let Die," and was filmed with 360-degree, stereoscopic 3-D cameras and 3-D sound-field microphone.