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Kanye West Pulls Out of Rolling Loud Miami 2022 Headlining Set

Kanye West will no longer be performing at Rolling Loud Miami 2022. The festival’s organizers took to social media on Sunday (July 17) to announce that the 45-year-old rapper and fashion mogul, who now goes by Ye, will not be headlining the event’s opening night on July 22. “Due to circumstances outside of our control, Ye will no […]

Kanye West Teases New Song “Believe What I Say”

Kanye West has shared a snippet of a new song called "Believe What I Say."

Katharine McPhee Unveils Engagement Ring, Pens Heartfelt Note About Late Father

Katharine McPhee on Saturday unveiled her engagement ring from fiance David Foster, and penned a heartfelt note about her late father.

Offset Posts Bail After Arrest, Reunites With Cardi B and Daughter Kulture

Rapper Offset posted bail and reunited with his wife, Cardi B, and their newborn daughter, Kulture, after being arrested on felony gun charges.

Paul McCartney Shares Character Photo for New ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’

The singer sports a full pirate costume and a long beard in the newly unveiled film poster.

Watch Hillary Clinton Appeal to Electoral College Voter in ‘SNL’ Spoof of ‘Love Actually’

Kate McKinnon reprised her Clinton protrayal on the Casey Affleck-hosted episode.

Nirvana Producer Reflects on ‘Nevermind’s’ Legacy, Kurt Cobain’s ‘Mood Swings,’ Band’s Early Days (Q&A)

"That's the one thing that makes me sad ... all the promise Cobain had," says Butch Vig, who went on to work with the Smashing Pumpkins and help form the band Garbage.

AEG Takes On Ticketmaster With New Service

The Axs ticketing platform will be introduced later this year to events at San Francisco's Warfield and Regency Ballroom with the goal of eventually servicing all of AEG's 105 venues, which include Los Angeles' Staples Center and London's 02 Arena.

inside track

With the summer music festival season just around the corner, leading international festival producers insist that the difficult economic climate isn't putting a serious crimp on business, with key promoters reporting that ticket sales are on par with years past.

National stage for music merger

The CEOs of Live Nation and Ticketmaster were grilled Tuesday in Washington by a Senate Judiciary Committee panel and independent concert promoters, who questioned the motives and potential outcome of the proposed merger of the live entertainment giants.

Convenience charges to stay — in some way

Ticketmaster Entertainment might be experimenting with eliminating convenience charges for ticket purchases, but "they're not going to die off entirely," a Ticketmaster exec said.

The melding of music, movies

Day 2 of The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference was highlighted by a Q&A with songwriter Diane Warren and a keynote by Edward Zwick and James Newton Howard.