Lady Antebellum have opened up on their next album, saying that they'll try to make music their fans can relate to. Dave Haywood dished to CMT: "[W]e always want to be storytellers, but then sometimes, we'll be like, 'Let's do a song about being on the road.' Then we think, 'But our fans aren't on the road, so that's not a relatable subject.'"
Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert have been announced as performers at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards. Lambert and Urban will join previously announced performers Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, the Band Perry, Blake Shelton and George Strait.
Prince and his band 3RDEYEGIRL took to the stage of the Arsenio Hall Show to perform their new track "Funknroll." The Purple One also took some questions from the audience, including what his pet peeve is ("strangers touching my hair"), and what household chores he does ("cooking omlettes").
Boston have confirmed a complete slate of US tour dates this summer in support of their newest release Life, Love and Hope. The tour commences in Hollywood, Fla. on June 5, and wraps on August 12 in Springfield, Ill. The run will mark the band's first tour since 2012.
Miley Cyrus has fired back at Katy Perry for comments the latter made on an Australian morning television show. The comments came in regards to the kiss the two shared at one of Cyrus's recent concerts. "I went to her show, which was amazing," Perry said on the Sunrise morning program.
Jessie J has teamed with Nike for a new fitness app, entitled the Wild Alive High Intensity Workout. Jessie will guide app users through five drills that aim to build muscular endurance, including one, the Jessie drop squat, which is inspired by what the performer does to warm up before going on stage.