In the nine years since Drowning Pool's debut single, "Bodies," hit the floor (and No. 6 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart) in 2001, its mettle has been tested by the unexpected death of singer Dave Williams and the departure of his replacement, Jason Jones.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will release "Mojo," their first album in eight years, this spring, the band announced today. The venerable heartland rockers also unveiled dates for a North American summer tour, which kicks off May 6 in Raleigh, N.C. and wraps Aug. 27 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
In this week's top 10 videos that had everyone buzzing, John Mayer's apology train hit Nashville, Drake debuted his Terminator-esque Sprite commercials, Bob Dylan sang for civil rights at the White House, and Carrie Underwood made a wormy appearance on Sesame Street.
Cross-generational and eccentric pop divas Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper sat side by side on ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday to talk about major women's health issue, as the new faces of an AIDS awareness campaign.
John Mayer is once again throwing his support behind the American Red Cross relief efforts in Haiti. He has donated his 2006 song "The Heart of Life" to a national TV and radio public service announcement about the Jan. 12 earthquake.