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Nettwerk/Black Crow RecordsEd Sheeran has put his stamp on his pal Passenger’s new song. The track “Sword from the Stone” has gotten a “Gingerbread Remix” courtesy of production work by Ed. Passenger, born Michael Rosenberg, wrote the song during lockdown, driven by feelings of loneliness and isolation. “Ed was reallyRead More →

Slaven Vlasic/Getty ImagesRob Thomas is preparing to say goodbye to his best friend Samy, his ailing senior dog, and is going above and beyond to make sure he’s comfortable. “So our Samy has a host of problems. But the one that is the most pressing is his kidneys are failing,” the Matchbox Twenty frontmanRead More →

Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesLady Gaga and her father, Joe Germanotta, do not normally see eye-to-eye when it comes to politics.  She is an outspoken liberal and he voted for President Donald Trump. However, they both agree on one thing when it comes to Inauguration Day, which is January 20 — it is an honor that sheRead More →

Gabe Ginsberg/WireImageCeline Dion honored her late husband, René Angélil, on Thursday, which marked the fifth anniversary of his passing.  The music producer lost his battle with throat cancer on January 14, 2016 — two days shy of his 74th birthday. Dion, 52, penned a touching tribute in Angélil’s memory and shared a zoomed in photo ofRead More →

ABC“I Hope” singer Gabby Barrett will be a first-time mom “any day now,” according to her Instagram account, but the former American Idol finalist says she’s already thinking about baby number two. “We’re ready to add on to our family and get some babies in there,” she tells People. “IRead More →

Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARASLongtime pals James Taylor and Carole King have been using their platforms for decades to support politicians, so it’s no surprise that they’re involved in the festivities leading up to Joe Biden‘s inauguration next week. Both singer/songwriters will perform at a concert called We the People,Read More →