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Brad Paisley to advise on "The Voice," Reba McEntire separates from husbandBrad Paisley will advise Blake Shelton's fledgling stars on the next season of NBC's "The Voice."
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Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale to divorce, Moe. confirms New Year's Eve showsPop star Gwen Stefani, frontwoman of No Doubt, and her alt-rocker husband Gavin Rossdale of Bush announced Monday (8/3) their plans to divorce after 13 years of marriage.
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Matisyahu sets fall road trip, Kip Moore to tour across North AmericaRapper/reggae singer Matisyahu will spend the fall working his way across the U.S. promoting his new album, "Live at Stubb's Vol. III," which drops Oct. 2.
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The Avett Brothers schedule fall tour, Dixie Chicks hint at tour datesThe Avett Brothers will hit the road this fall for an 11-date run that begins Oct. 1, in Lexington, KY.
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Paul McCartney has guest for Lolla performance, Bruce Springsteen joins U2 in NYCPaul McCartney called upon Alabama Shakes singer Brittany Howard to help him with his Lollapalooza encore Friday (7/31).
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Dr. Dre to release "Straight Outta Compton," Chance the Rapper plots fall tourOn Friday (8/7), Dr. Dre will release "Straight Outta Compton," his first new album since 1999 via iTunes and Apple Music.
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Scott Weiland cancels European tour, Dave Matthews among Farm Aid 30 lineupScott Weiland has cancelled most of his European dates this fall, citing administration and production issues.
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Judas Priest has more North American shows, Craig Finn hits the road soloJudas Priest has tacked a fall run of shows onto the band's schedule, beginning Oct. 16 in Paso Robles, CA, and winding up in Toronto Nov. 12.
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Joe Walsh plots solo run, Joe Jackson suffers stroke in BrazilClassic rock legend Joe Walsh will work the road solo for a month-long trek that begins Sept. 18.
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Little Big Town cancels shows, Collective Soul set for returnLittle Big Town has canceled more dates in order to give vocalist Jimi Westbrook more time to recover.
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Ed Sheeran TV special planned, Chase Rice readies for inaugural headlining tourFans of Ed Sheeran will be able to enjoy his historic London performances on his own primetime television special.
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Prince to release new album later this year, STS9 plot fall trekPrince will unveil his 38th studio album, "HITNRUN," later this year, according to his backing band 3rdEyeGirl.
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Futurebirds tour behind new album, Bobbi Kristina Brown diedFuturebirds will spend the fall hitting clubs across the U.S. behind the group's impending third album, "Hotel Parties."
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Willie Nelson closes out summer with tour dates, Vintage Trouble plots headlining runWillie Nelson will end the summer on the road, mixing theater performances with festival appearances. Nelson's dates extends through a Nov. 27 concert in Thackerville, OK.
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The Dandy Warhols map fall trek, Frank Zappa documentary plannedThe Dandy Warhols are hitting the road this fall and winter, with shows in their home state of Oregon beginning and ending the outing. The 2014 live set "Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia Live At The Wonder" was the band's last release.
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The Sword preps for album and tour, Grateful Dead's Fare Thee Well tops $50 millionAustin-based heavy metal act The Sword will release its fifth studio album next month, followed by a European tour.
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Widespread Panic plots shows, Clint Black preps for first new album in nearly a decadeWidespread Panic has will spend a little time onstage later this year, including a New Year's Eve performance in Atlanta.
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Darius Rucker unleashes another tour leg, Chris Brown barred from leaving PhilippinesDarius Rucker has announced another round of stops on his "Southern Style Tour" with David Nail and A Thousand Horses.
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Kobe: Lakers 'absolutely' can make playoffsKobe: Lakers 'absolutely' can make playoffs
Todd Gurley wears GoPro during training campTodd Gurley wears GoPro during training camp
Brady not warned about withholding cellphoneBrady not warned about withholding cellphone
Strasburg fans 11 in minors, but no return plansStrasburg fans 11 in minors, but no return plans
Colts coach Chuck Pagano wears T-shirt to support Eric BerryColts coach Chuck Pagano wears T-shirt to support Eric Berry
Mayweather will return to ring Sept. 12 vs. BertoMayweather will return to ring Sept. 12 vs. Berto
Dombrowski out as general manager of TigersDombrowski out as general manager of Tigers
Jays' Sanchez, Gibbons suspended for KC fracasJays' Sanchez, Gibbons suspended for KC fracas
Clowney's dad charged with attempted murderClowney's dad charged with attempted murder
Source: Groin surgery likely for Texans' FosterSource: Groin surgery likely for Texans' Foster
Kelly: Cooper issue may be part of racism claimsKelly: Cooper issue may be part of racism claims
Happy anniversary: Nolan Ryan, Robin VenturaHappy anniversary: Nolan Ryan, Robin Ventura
#CFBrank 61-70: College football's top 100 players#CFBrank 61-70: College football's top 100 players