• 19 Days

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    Keith Urban Kisses A Teacher, But For A Good Reason »

    Keith Urban recently laid a big kiss on a Louisiana teacher during an interview prior to his New Orleans Jazz Fest set. The kiss came prior to Urban's rain-shortened set at the annual festival. Billboard reports that the singer performed impromptu versions of "Somebody Like You" and "Raise 'Em Up" before the Q&A portion of the show.

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    Journey's Neal Schon Announces Release Date For Vortex »

    Journey's Neal Schon has revealed that his new solo album Vortex will be released on June 23. "I feel more aware and alive now than I've ever been," he says in pre-release materials. "Part of that is the sobriety I've had for the last seven years. I've also evolved as a person and a player though understanding the value of being in the moment - letting things happen."

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    Beyoncé Comments On Baltimore Riots »

    Beyoncé has become the most recent celebrity to share her thoughts about the ongoing riots in Baltimore. Lady Bey took to Instagram sharing a video that compared the current riots to the Civil Rights movement of 1968. "People are hurting. Join us in supporting the NAACP to help in the cleanup efforts and to provide housing, food and supplies to those affected by the unrest in Baltimore."

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  • 20 Days

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    JLO Featured On Jason Derulo's New Album »

    Jennifer Lopez is set to appear on a new track off of Jason Derulo's upcoming new studio album Everything Is 4. Lopez joins Derulo on the track "Try Me," which also features Matoma. In addition to Lopez, Stevie Wonder, Meghan Trainor, Julia Michaels and Keith Urban are also featured on Everything Is 4.

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    Paul McCartney Plays 'Another Girl' For The First Time »

    Paul McCartney played the Beatles song "Another Girl" during his gig at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on April 28. It was the first time Macca has ever played the song solo, and the first time the song has ever been performed live. "It was sensational and quite emotional remembering the first time and then experiencing this fantastic audience tonight," McCartney told NME.

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    Paul McCartney Confirms U.S. Tour Dates »

    Paul McCartney has announced his first U.S. arena date of 2015. The show will take place at the Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia on July 21 and will mark his first stop in the city since 2010. It will not be the first U.S. show for the ex-Beatle, however, as he'll also hit the Firefly Music Festival on June 19 and Lollapalooza on July 31.

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