A new Court Yard Hounds album is on the way. The post-Dixie Chicks group featuring sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire announced today they will release "Amelita," their sophomore album, on July 16 via Columbia Records.
Hanson, the band, is turning 21 so naturally the trio is celebrating with a beer. Their own beer. The long-in-the-works brew, a pale ale dubbed Mmmhops after their signature hit "Mmmbop," will make its debut this fall on tour while they promote new album "Anthem."
Longtime Uriah Heep bassist Trevor Bolder, who in the early 1970s backed David Bowie on a string of iconic glam rock albums, beginning with "Hunky Dory," died on Tuesday after a battle with cancer. He was 62.
Days after announcing she's working with Rick Rubin on her debut solo album, Jennifer Nettles made it clear on Sunday that no, this doesn't signal the end of her partnership with Kristian Bush in Sugarland.