Say Anything is "about 80 percent done" with its next album, according to frontman Max Bemis, and though he's keeping specifics under wraps, he promises that it's "definitely something new" for sextet. "It's actually kind of a really special record for us," Bemis tells Billboard.
Ariana Grande, Capital Cities, Daughtry, and the Fray will play the west coast segment of "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2014." The annual New Year's Eve bash will be broadcasted live on ABC Dec. 1, starting at 11:30 PM (ET).
Fans of bluegrass music will be excited about the recent taping of "Country’s Family Reunion: Simply Bluegrass," a DVD collection that will feature many of the masters of the genre – as well as many of the format's most exciting newcomers like super duo Dailey & Vincent and Sierra Hull.
It's been 50 years since John Hammond, Jr. released his first album. And he can think of no better way to commemorate it than with a new live album that finds him doing what he does best -- playing solo with just his guitar, harmonica and voice at one of his favorite regular venues.
There's new never-before-heard music coming from Johnny Cash. Cash's estate is releasing "Out Among the Stars," an album he recorded with Billy Sherrill in the early 1980s that was never released by Columbia Records, then disappeared when the company dropped Cash in 1986.