After Sony Music Nashville chairman and CEO Gary Overton gave an interview to the The Tennessean where he shared, in part, that for country artists "If you're not on country radio, you don't exist," country artist Charlie Robison has responded to the record executive's comments. Robison posted a lengthy Facebook message, directed at Overton, that inadvertently brought Florida Georgia Line into the conversation.
Has Carly Rae Jepsen stumbled into another "Call Me Maybe"? The Canadian pop singer, now two-and-a-half years removed from the unlikely Hot 100 run of that smash hit, has returned with a hook that's just as instantly appealing -- and replaces the "Hey, I just met you/And this is crazy" with a really, really long list of "really's" (67 of them, to be specific).
The Grateful Dead Fare the Well concert, set for Chicago’s Soldier Field July 3-5, saw general public on-sales through Ticketmaster blow out in minutes Saturday (Feb. 28), with the event now officially sold-out at about 210,000.
Dakota Johnson wrapped up her stellar month by hosting "Saturday Night Live," which her mom Melanie Griffith hosted in the '80s. Alabama Shakes was the musical guest during the episode, performing two tracks from their forthcoming album, "Sound & Color."