Keith Urban has announced plans for a new 2015 calendar to support St. Jude's Cancer Research Hospital. The singer has produced a calendar for the hospital every year since 2002, and, according to theboot.com, has raised over $850,000 for the cause so far.
Bill Withers may be performing at his induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April. The 76-year-old crooner, who has not released a new album since 1985, and who is principally known for his hits "Lean On Me," "Use Me," "Just The Two of Us" and "Ain't No Sunshine," has not officially confirmed that he will play at the ceremony.
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band took to the stage of the Late Show With David Letterman to perform the track "All Of the Roads" earlier this week. In addition to performing the track, taken off of his Ride Out album, Seger sat down with show host David Letterman to discuss a number of topics.
Former R.E.M. front man Michael Stipe says he is sure to return to singing at some point in the future. The confession came during a recent interview with CBS This Morning: Saturday's Anthony Mason and Stipe says that he's not exactly sure when it will happen again.
Beyoncé, Jay Z and Timbaland have been sued by a Hungarian singer called Mitsou for allegedly illegally sampling her voice for the song "Drunk in Love." "Mitsou's incredible voice is widely considered unique and ethereal, and since the 1990s, she has been in high demand for countless international collaborations as a featured guest singer," reads a document.
Shania Twain is featured in a new public service announcement intended to raise awareness for domestic violence. The country star speaks out against all forms of interpersonal abuse in the spot. "Sometimes home is where the hurt is," the singer says, adding, "It's really confusing to be hurt by someone you love. Whether it's physical, sexual or emotional, abuse is abuse."