Stevie Wonder has been announced as one of the headliners of London's Calling Festival, which goes down at Clapham Common on Saturday June 28 and June 29. Wonder plays the second day, following previously announced header Aerosmith. The appearance marks Wonder's first in London in four years. In 2010 he took the stage at Hard Rock Calling fest in the city's Hyde Park.
Miley Cyrus canceled a show in Charlotte, North Carolina just half an hour before its schedule start time. E! News reports that the star was suffering from "throat and sinus" issues, which may also affect her upcoming gig in Raleigh. Hitting Twitter, Miley noted that she has been suffering from "excruciating pain." Fans who showed up to Charlotte's Time Warner Cable Arena were turned away.
Paul McCartney is hitting the road this summer and has announced a handful of new U.S. tour dates. Dubbed The Out There World Tour, the first four stops of the new trek include June 19 in New Orleans, June 26 in Louisville, Ky., July 5 in Albany, N.Y. and July 7 in Pittsburgh. Additional U.S. shows are expected to be announced soon.
Carrie Underwood has revealed that she is hard at work on a new album. Radio.com tweeted that Carrie told them that she has been writing songs "a lot lately" adding that "it's going well." "Is @carrieunderwood writing these days? "Yes!" She told @radiodotcom, "a lot lately" and "it's going well!" the website posted to Twitter.