The Band Perry will be touring all fall in support of 2013's Pioneer, both on their own headlining dates and as part of Blake Shelton's Ten Times Crazier Tour. But the country trio will soon be making a special stop at two high schools: the to-be-determined winners of a safe teen driving program with State Farm called Celebrate My Drive.
Kingdom, a mixed martial arts drama coming to DirecTV's Audience Network on Oct. 8, stars middle JoBro Nick Jonas as a jacked-up fighter, along with Frank Grillo (Warrior), Matt Lauria (Friday Night Lights) and Jonathan Tucker (Parenthood). The first trailer shows gritty action in and out of the octagon, especially between Grillo's lead character and his two sons (Jonas and Tucker).
Kendrick Lamar is headed to Sundance, sorta. A new short film inspired by the acclaimed rapper's debut album, good kid, m.A.A.d city, will debut at the Sundance Institute's first annual Next Fest at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Aug. 9.
Colombian star Carlos Vives earns his fifth No. 1 single on Tropical Airplay, as "Cuando Nos Volvamos" jumps 2-1. The track features Marc Anthony, who concurrently scores his record-extending 25th chart topper. (Victor Manuelle follows with 23.)
Live Nation revenue declined 1 percent in the second quarter, the company announced Thursday, giving the world's largest concert promoter and ticket seller a rare -- but not unexpected -- hiccup during a period of health in the live event business.
A man who donated to a South Dakota museum a slightly damaged acoustic guitar played by Elvis Presley that is at the center of a custody battle insisted Thursday he had the right to give it away because he owned it.
Common commandeers the No. 1 spot on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums as Nobody's Smiling enters with 24,000 units sold in the week ending July 27, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The opening grants the rapper his third chart-topping debut on the list, following his 2007 set Finding Forever, which opened with 37,000 units, and 2005 album Be (50,000).