Stevie Nicks dedicated the song "Landslide" to injured Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl during Fleetwood Mac's headlining show at the Isle Of Wight Festival. "I'd like to dedicate this to Dave Grohl," Nicks said referring to Grohl's recent fall at a Swedish gig that left him with a broken leg. She added, "Falling off stage, getting up and playing . . ."
Lenny Kravitz has made a special guest appearance on the track "Face the Sun" by Miguel. The track will be included on Miggy's forthcoming third studio album, Wildheart, and follows his two already released tracks "FLESH" and ". . . going to hell."
Miley Cyrus has teamed up with social media site Instagram to launch her "InstaPride" campaign. The promo, which features photos of transgender people, was designed to bring attention to her Happy Hippie Foundation. "The most obvious theme of my page is my transition from female to male," writes Leo Sheng in the campaign's first post.
Prince and Stevie Wonder played a private show for president Barack Obama at the White House over the weekend. According to the Star Tribune, the Purple One played a two-hour set with his band 3rdEyeGirl. Wonder and Prince collaborated on "Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours," as well as "Purple Rain" and "Kiss."
Steven Tyler says that he's "sure" the rest of Aerosmith isn't happy with his decision to go country for his new solo album. "I'm sure they're not happy," he told Rolling Stone. "But Joe [Perry] has done five solo albums. I just thought, 'Hey, it's my turn in the barrel.' This is a side project, which has now turned into a love of life," he added.
Billy Joel helped close out the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival on Sunday night. The singer played a set chock full of hits, such as "Piano Man" and "River of Dreams," with an encore consisting of "Uptown Girl," "Still Rock and Roll to Me" and "Only the Good Die Young." "I went to Woodstock," Joel said, peering out at the massive crowd as they looked back.