New Paul McCartney Video Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Meat Free Monday Campaign

Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsPaul McCartney has premiered a new video on his official website to mark the fifth anniversary of Meat Free Monday, the environmental campaign that asks people to skip eating meat every Monday.  The clip, set to the rock legend's original theme song for the initiative, includes photos submitted by fans and supporters of the campaign that cleverly incorporate lyrics from the tune.

A number of celebrities contributed photos that appear in the "Meat Free Monday" video, including Woody Harrelson, Mayim Bialik, Twiggy, Absolutely Fabulous star Joanna Lumley and Sir Paul himself.  The idea behind the campaign is that by consuming less meat, we can reduce the harmful impact meat production has on the environment.

A longtime vegetarian, McCartney is urging people around the world to visit Pledge.MeatFreeMondays.com and pledge their support for the campaign.  The Meat Free Monday initiative is one of the subjects that will be discussed at the Climate Summit in New York City, which begins on Tuesday.  For more information, go to the official Meat Free Monday website.

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Jennifer Hudson Calls Third Album a "True Labor of Love"

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On the eve of releasing her third album, JHUD, Jennifer Hudson is excited for fans to finally listen to her first album in three years.

The singer revealed on Twitter that she poured everything into making the project.  "True labor of love n I cant wait for yal to hear it!" she tweeted on Monday.

The singer also expressed her excitement on Instagram.  "1 DAY! My new album comes out TOMORROW and I can't wait to share it with yal!  I came to handle business, I’M JUST THAT TYPE OF GIRL," she wrote in the caption.

The set includes contributions from Iggy Azalea and R. Kelly as well as her Pharrell-produced single, "I Can't Describe (The Way I Feel)," featuring T.I., and "Walk It Out," which was produced by Timbaland.

JHUD will be released Tuesday, September 23.


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Meghan Trainor's Initial Thought About Her #1 Hit: "We're Never Going to Make a Dime Off This" 

Epic RecordsMeghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" has been one of the surprise hits of the year, but she says that when she and her co-writer, Kevin Kadish, first created the empowerment anthem, they thought it had no future whatsoever.

While she and Kadish liked the song that they'd written, Meghan tells Billboard, "We told each other, 'We're never going to make a dime off this.'"  But three months later, she sang it for L.A. Reid, the head of Epic Records, and he signed her the following week.   Now that the single is platinum and has hit #1, Meghan says she's happy to be spreading a message of self-acceptance around the world.

"I got up at six this morning to reply to fan letters and Instagram posts," she tells Billboard.  "I don't consider myself a feminist, but I'm down for my first opportunity to say something to the world to be so meaningful.  If you asked me, 'What do you want to say?' it would be, 'Love yourself more.'"

Meghan says she was inspired to write the song because of her own issues growing up.  "I was always a little insecure," she reveals.  "I had brothers that played football, so I was just a straight-up tomboy for a minute.  I didn't know makeup and hair stuff.  My friends had to tell me what a straightener was.  I didn't know fashion or any of that until the label gave me a stylist."

While "All About That Bass" is about treating yourself better, some of the songs on her debut EP, Title, are about how men should do the same to women.  Those songs, too, came from real life, says Meghan.

"Girls need to be treated better.  I never got that growing up," she tells Billboard.  "In high school, I didn't date awesome dudes."  Unfortunately, these days, even if she met one who was awesome, she may not be able to fit him into her crazy schedule.

"Now I go to work, and I don't know if I got time for a boyfriend," she says. "But do you have anyone I could date?"

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Kanye West Is Now Teaching at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

ABC/Randy HolmesCan you imagine Kanye West as a college professor?  Well, according to Vulture, the outspoken rapper is passing down knowledge to students at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, a two-year school about two miles south of L.A.'s central business district.

Following his 2013 paparazzi scuffle, West is now teaching at L.A. Trade-Tech as a part of his mandated community service.  The school is known for its courses in fashion design and technology; notable alums include Jeffrey Sebelia, who won the third season of Project Runway.

West must log 250 hours.

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Kendrick Lamar’s New Single Samples The Isley Brothers' "That Lady"

Image Courtesy Interscope Records/TDELast week, Kendrick Lamar released the official artwork for his first single, "I," which was rumored to include a guest feature from The Isley Brothers.  Now, MTV News has confirmed that those whispers are true.

A source revealed that the rapper's song will sample the Isleys' 1973 version of "That Lady" and be produced by Rahki.  Kendrick will be the latest emcee to borrow from the song: The Beastie Boys revamped it on their 1989 track "B-Boy Bouillabaisse," and so did Charles Hamilton on the 2009 song "The Awkward Prequel."

Kendrick's new single premieres on Tuesday, September 23, marking the first from rapper's sophomore album, due out this fall.

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Fergie Confirms New Single, Will Produce Broadway Musical "The Last Unicorn" 

ABC/Kelsey McNealAfter focusing on motherhood for the past year or so, Fergie's suddenly got a lot of projects in the works.  Not only has she confirmed the release of a new single, but she and her husband are also working on a Broadway musical.

Fergie's confirmed via Instagram that her new single, "L.A. Love (la la)," will arrive September 29 as the first release from what will be her first solo album in eight years.  In addition, Playbill.com reports that she and hubby Josh Duhamel are involved with turning the 1968 fantasy novel The Last Unicorn into an "immersive" Broadway show.  In 1982, the book was turned into an animated film, and Fergie's been a fan of it since childhood. 

According to Playbill, Fergie and Josh will serve as producers for the project, along with a few others, and Fergie has already created some music for it, though she won't be responsible for the whole score.  There's currently no timetable for that project.

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Barry Manilow's "My Dream Duets" to Be Released October 27 

PRNewsFoto/Verve Music GroupMy Dream Duets, Barry Manilow's album of collaborations featuring him singing with artists who are no longer with us, now has a release date: October 27.

Manilow created the album taking the original vocal tracks from each artist's original recording, re-orchestrating the arrangements, and recording all-new musical tracks.  As a result, the songs "sound as if they were recorded yesterday," he says in a statement, adding, "The album is a miracle. It's been a huge undertaking, musically and technically."

Among the artists with whom Manilow duets with on the album are John Denver, Whitney Houston, Marilyn Monroe, Sammy Davis Jr., and Judy Garland. "Having the opportunity to record these legendary standards with artists whom I admire so much was really a dream come true," he says.

Here's the full track listing for My Dream Duets:

"The Song's Gotta Come from the Heart," with Jimmy Durante
"Goody Goody," with Frankie Lymon
"Dream a Little Dream of Me," with Mama Cass
"I Believe In You and Me," with Whitney Houston
"Sunshine on My Shoulders," with John Denver
"Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart," with Judy Garland
"Moon River," with Andy Williams
"The Look of Love," with Dusty Springfield
"The Candyman," with Sammy Davis, Jr.
"I Wanna Be Loved by You," with Marilyn Monroe
"What a Wonderful World"/"What a Wonderful Life," with Louis Armstrong

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Coldplay and "Ghost Stories" Cover Artist Partner for Fundraiser Art Show

Image Courtesy Parlophone RecordsThe members of Coldplay have teamed with Mila Furstova (first-oh-VAH) -- the artist who created the etchings appearing on the cover of Ghost Stories and its singles -- to raise money for a children's charity. Chris Martin and company have tweeted news of an upcoming art show to feature original Ghost Stories etchings by Furstova, as well as signed lithographs.

The show will raise funds for Kids Company, a British organization that provides programs for disadvantaged youth. The exhibit opens on December 4 and will run for three days, until December 7.

There are a limited number of Ghost Stories lithographs for sale now; each has been signed by all four members of Coldplay as well as Furstova. Check them out at AlbumArtists.co.uk.

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Dierks Bentley Is All Alone in His New Video for "Say You Do"

Image Courtesy Nino MunozDierks Bentley is the only person seen in the video for his new single, "Say You Do," filmed last month in Canada.  The clip is now posted on Vevo and features Dierks piloting a seaplane to a remote lake and then taking a motorcycle to a cabin to drink and be alone with his memories.  "Say You Do" captures a "hardcore yearning" to rekindle an old flame even though the relationship is clearly over.

Dierks says, "This song is about wanting something so badly even if it's not good for you, just wanting that love back, which is something I think everyone can relate to at some point in their life."

"Say You Do" is included on Dierks' latest release, RISER, which is nominated for Album of the Year at the 48th Annual CMA Awards, airing November 5 on ABC.

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Lorde Announces New Single "Yellow Flicker Beat" Is Coming September 29

Monty Brinton/CBSLorde's single for the soundtrack of the new movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1 is due September 29.  The singer revealed the news on Twitter, as well as the song's title: "Yellow Flicker Beat."

Lorde had already revealed one lyric from the song on Twitter a few weeks ago: "I'm a princess cut from marble/smoother than a storm."

Lorde is also curating the soundtrack of the film, which is due in November.  So far, there's no word on when the soundtrack will be out or which artists she's selected, although The Lumineers' rep has said that the band will have a song on the album.

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The Band Perry to Perform at Concert and Film Screening Celebrating New Glen Campbell Documentary

Image Courtesy Republic NashvilleThe Band Perry has signed on to perform at a Nashville concert and film screening of the new Glen Campbell documentary, Glen Campbell…I'll Be Me. The event takes place October 19 at the Music City Center in Nashville, with proceeds going to Alzheimer's disease awareness.

The film captures Glen as he embarks on the 151-show Goodbye Tour after going public with his Alzheimer's disease diagnosis. Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Brad Paisley and The Band Perry are among the stars paying tribute to Glen in the documentary. The Band Perry also contributed a live recording of Glen's classic, "Gentle on My Mind," to the film's soundtrack.

Glen Campbell…I'll Be Me opens in theaters in New York and Nashville on October 24 before going national in 50 cities.

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New Kelly Clarkson Album Coming "Early Next Year," May Have "Special Guest"

Jill Greenberg/RCA RecordsKelly Clarkson got fans excited Friday when she tweeted lyrics to one of the songs on her upcoming album.  Now she's revealed a bit more about the album, as part of a Twitter conversation with a fan.

The fan tweeted, "Hi Kelly. Are you going to have any crazy surprises for us on your new album?"  The Grammy-winner replied, "Yes. I'm so proud of my next album! Might have a special guest on the album ....maybe :) Doesn't come out until early next year."

As previously reported, this will be Kelly's first new album of non-holiday original material since 2011's Stronger.

While working on the album, Kelly is also enjoying first-time motherhood, but putting her daughter River Rose to bed can be trying at times, as she revealed on Twitter.  "Ran out of songs 2 sing while trying 2 put my little girl 2 sleep & she finally nods off after 'Silly Ho' by TLC," Kelly wrote, adding the hashtag, "."

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Rixton to Release Debut Album "Let the Road" on January 6 

School Boy/Giant Little Man/Mad Love/Interscope RecordsRixton's been on the charts for a while now with "Me and My Broken Heart," so it's easy to forget that they haven't even released their debut album.  But that's all about to change: The British band has announced a January 6 release date for the project.

The album is called Let the Road, and it features songs co-written by the band and their producer Benny Blanco, as well as a track written by their pal Ed Sheeran.   “Let the Road is something we're incredibly proud of,” singer Jake Roche says in a statement.  "Songs have survived six years to make it on this album, back when me and [bassist] Danny [Wilkin] were writing in the caravan having no idea where they would end up.  We feel incredibly humbled to be able to share this with our fans, and we hope you enjoy listening to it, just as much as we enjoyed making it."

Let the Road is available for pre-order starting September 30 at RixtonBand.com, and on October 7 everywhere else.  The lyric video for Rixton's latest single, "Wait on Me," is out now on VEVO.  The band will perform the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live on October 6.

Rixton has the same manager as Ariana Grande, so it's no surprise to hear that the boys will open for Ariana on her upcoming North American tour, which kicks off February 25 and runs through April.  The band says in a statement, "Being asked to be Ariana's special guest is a huge honor.  We're massive fans of her and her incredible talent, and we're so excited to play these prestigious venues all over America."

Here's the track listing for Let the Road:

1. "Let The Road"
2. "Wait on Me"
3. "Appreciated"
4. "Beautiful Excuses"
5. "Me and My Broken Heart"
6. "Hotel Ceiling"
7. "I Like Girls"
8. "Speakerphone"
9. "We All Want the Same Thing"
10. "Whole"

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Krist Novoselic, Early Nirvana Drummer Reunite in Washington for Mural Honoring Seattle Scene

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Two Nirvana alums met up this past weekend in -- where else? -- Washington.

Bassist Krist Novoselic and early Nirvana drummer Aaron Burckhard came together in Aberdeen -- Kurt Cobain's hometown -- for the unveiling of a mural honoring the Seattle music scene. 

The painting prominently features Nirvana and also tips its hat to Soundgarden, L7, Bikini Kill, Sonic Youth, Meat Puppets, Mudhoney and others.  It's painted on the side of a flooring company building, and that explains why Novoselic tweeted a photo of himself and Burckhard in what looks to be a carpet store.

Burckhard came midway through Nirvana's line of drummers; he played the band's first three live shows before being fired by Cobain for having a poor work ethic.

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Sir Mix-a-Lot Supports Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" 

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Last month, Sir Mix-a-Lot tweeted that he viewed Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" video about 37 times.  Now, the rapper is revealing how he truly feels about the song, which samples his 1992 classic "Baby Got Back."

During his Reddit Ask Me Anything, the rap veteran spilled that he supports Nicki's hit record.  "It's amazing how people -- I guess maybe because they're not in the industry -- but how people think I should be mad about the song," said Mix-a-Lot.

He continued, "I think it's cool, she took part of the song, she made a Nicki Minaj song.  I love the track, I have fun listening to the track, it's crazy as hell, and for a guy who likes butts, how can [I] look at the video and say I don't like it?"

"Anaconda" currently sits at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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Five-Disc Kinks "Anthology" Box Set, Celebrating Band's 50th Anniversary, Arriving in November

BMG/InGroovesThe Kinks exploded onto the music scene more than 50 years ago, scoring their first #1 hit in the U.K. in September 1964 with the classic "You Really Got Me."  To commemorate the milestone, a five-CD box set featuring more than 100 tracks and focusing on the band's early years on the Pye label will be released in the U.S. November 18.

The Anthology 1964-1971 gathers remastered versions of many of The Kinks' best-known songs, along with album gems, demos, alternate mixes, studio outtakes, live performances, interview segments and more.  In all, the compilation offers 25 previously unreleased tracks, including excerpts from sessions that yielded "Waterloo Sunset," "Dedicated Follower of Fashion," and "Days."

The retrospective kicks off with a cover of the Lieber-Stoller tune "I'm a Hog for You, Baby" that was recorded in 1964, when the band was known as The Boll-Weevils.  Among the well-known songs included on The Anthology 1964-1971 are "All Day and All of the Night," "Tired of Waiting for You," "Till the End of the Day," "A Well Respected Man," "Sunny Afternoon," "Where Have All the Good Times Gone," "Victoria," "Apeman," "Lola," and, of course, "You Really Got Me."

The expansive collection, available now for pre-order at Amazon, is part of a 50th anniversary Kinks reissue campaign that began recently with the release of a deluxe version of the band's 1970 album, Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One.  The initiative will continue into next year and will feature various other reissue packages.

Here's the full track list for The Kinks' The Anthology 1964-1971 box set:

Disc One
"I'm a Hog for You, Baby" -- The Boll-Weevils
"I Don't Need You Anymore" (demo)
"Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy" (demo)
"Long Tall Sally"
"I Took My Baby Home"
"You Still Want Me"
"You Do Something to Me"
"You Really Got Me"
"It's All Right"
"Beautiful Delilah" (alternate mono mix)
"Just Can't Go to Sleep"
"I'm a Lover, Not a Fighter" (alternate mono mix)
"Little Queenie" (Live at The Playhouse Theatre, 1964)
"Too Much Monkey Business" (alternate take)
"Stop Your Sobbing" (mono)
"All Day and All of the Night"
"I Gotta Move"
"I Gotta Go Now"
"I've Got That Feeling" (Live at Piccadilly Studios, 1964)
"Tired of Waiting for You"
"Come On Now" (alternate mix)
"Look for Me Baby"
"Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl"
"Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight"
"Don't Ever Change"
"You Shouldn't Be Sad"
"Something Better Beginning"
"Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy"
"Who'll Be the Next in Line" (Session Excerpt – Backing Track Take One)
"Who'll Be the Next in Line" (alternate mix)
"Set Me Free"
"I Need You"
Interview: Clay Cole Meets The Kinks Recorded June 17, 1965

Disc Two
"See My Friends"
"Never Met a Girl Like You Before"
"I Go to Sleep" (demo) -- Ray Davies
"A Little Bit of Sunlight" (demo) -- Ray Davies
"Tell Me Now So I'll Know" (alternate demo) -- Ray Davies
"When I See That Girl of Mine" (demo) -- Ray Davies
"There's a New World Just Opening for Me" (demo) -- Ray Davies
"This Strange Effect" (Live at Aeolian Hall, 1965)
"Hide and Seek" (Live at Aeolian Hall, 1965)
"A Well Respected Man"
"Such a Shame"
"Don't You Fret"
"Till the End of the Day"
"Where Have All the Good Times Gone"
"Milk Cow Blues"
"I Am Free"
"The World Keeps Going Round"
"I'm on an Island"
"You Can't Win"
"Time Will Tell"
"Dedicated Follower of Fashion" (Session Excerpt - Takes 1-3)
"Dedicated Follower of Fashion" (single version)
"Sittin' on My Sofa"
"She's Got Everything" (Backing Track Take Two)
"She's Got Everything" (alternate mono mix)
"Mr. Reporter" (version one)
"All Night Stand" (demo) -- Ray Davies

Disc Three
"Sunny Afternoon" (mono)
"I'm Not Like Everybody Else" (mono)
"Dandy" (mono)
"Party Line" (mono)
"Rosy Won't You Please Come Home" (mono)
"Too Much on My Mind" (mono)
"Session Man" (mono)
"Most Exclusive Residence for Sale" (mono)
"Fancy" (mono)
"Dead End Street" (mono)
"Big Black Smoke" (alternate stereo mix)
"Mr. Pleasant" (stereo)
"This Is Where I Belong" (stereo)
"Village Green" (stereo)
"Two Sisters" (stereo)
"Waterloo Sunset" (Session Excerpt - Backing Track Take Two)
"Waterloo Sunset" (stereo)
"Act Nice and Gentle" (stereo)
"Harry Rag" (stereo) (Session Excerpt)
"Harry Rag" (stereo)
"Death of a Clown" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"Love Me Till the Sun Shines" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"David Watts" (stereo)
"Tin Soldier Man" (stereo)
"Afternoon Tea" (alternate stereo mix)
"Funny Face" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"Lazy Old Sun" (alternate stereo mix)
"Susannah's Still Alive" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"Good Luck Charm" (stereo) -- Dave Davies

Disc Four
"Autumn Almanac" (mono)
"Lavender Hill" (mono)
"Rosemary Rose" (stereo)
"Wonderboy" (mono)
"Polly" (mono)
"Lincoln County" (stereo single version) -- Dave Davies
"Did You See His Name?" (stereo with alternate ending)
"Days" (Session Excerpt)
"Days" (stereo)
"Misty Water" (alternate mix)
"Do You Remember Walter" (mono)
"Picture Book" (mono)
"Johnny Thunder" (stereo remix)
"Big Sky" (mono)
"Animal Farm" (mono)
"Starstruck" (mono)
"Pictures in the Sand" (mono)
"People Take Pictures of Each Other" (European stereo mix)
Interview: Ray Davies talks about Village Green Preservation Society (mono)
"The Village Green Preservation Society" (Live at the Playhouse Theatre, 1968) (mono)
"Hold My Hand" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"Creeping Jean" (stereo) -- Dave Davies
"Berkeley Mews" (stereo)
"Till Death Us Do Part" (mono)
"When I Turn Out the Living Room Light" (mono)
"Where Did My Spring Go" (mono)
"Plastic Man" (stereo)
"King Kong" (mono)
"This Man He Weeps Tonight" (mono)
Reprise U.S. Tour Spot (stereo)

Disc Five
"Victoria" (stereo)
"Some Mother's Son" (stereo)
"Drivin'" (stereo)
"Shangri-La" (stereo)
"She's Bought a Hat Like Princess Marina" (stereo)
"Young and Innocent Days" (stereo)
"Mindless Child of Motherhood" (stereo) -- The Kinks Featuring Dave Davies
"Lola" (mono)
"Apeman" (stereo)
"Strangers" (stereo)
"Get Back in the Line" (stereo)
"Anytime" (stereo)
"This Time Tomorrow" (stereo)
"A Long Way from Home" (stereo)
"Powerman" (stereo)
"Got to Be Free" (stereo)
"Dreams" (stereo)
"Moments" (stereo)
"The Way Love Used to Be" (stereo)
"God's Children" (stereo)

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Mary J. Blige Debuts New Single, "Whole Damn Year"

Image Courtesy Peter Kramer/NBCMary J. Blige has released a new single, "Whole Damn Year," lifted from her next album, Mary J. Blige: The London Sessions. The song has Mary lamenting that she needs 12 months to recover from the demise pf her relationship.

"It took a whole damn year to repair my body/It’s been a bad five years/Gone take a long, long year for me to trust somebody," sings Mary on the piano-driven track.

Unlike 2011’s My Life II…The Journey Continues (Act I), Mary's new project was recorded overseas and features contributions from U.K. hitmakers including Sam Smith, Disclosure, Emile Sandé, Naughty Boy, and SAM ROMANS, among others.

Mary J. Blige: The London Sessions is expected to arrive in stores on December 2 via Capitol Records.

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Jason Aldean Is Bringing the Pyrotechnics for His "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Performance

Image Courtesy Broken Bow RecordsJason Aldean is pulling out all the stops for his first TV performance of his new single, "Burnin' It Down," on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night, September 22.  Jason has a special reason for going on Jimmy's show.

He says, "That was the first late night show to ever invite me to perform back when nobody knew who I was, so tonight to celebrate the new album, we are going to bring the tour to them."

Jason adds that the performance will be "a fire marshal's worst nightmare!"

"Burnin' It Down" is the lead single from Jason's sixth studio album, Old Boots, New Dirt, due out October 7.

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Zac Brown Band to Release New Studio Album in Spring 2015

Image Courtesy Southern GroundZac Brown Band will release a new album next spring. The band has partnered with designer John Varvatos's record label and the Big Machine Label Group for the project, which explains why the guys have been sporting Varvatos's clothes on stage lately. Zac Brown tells Billboard it's a relief to have the designer dressing them.

“What I love is that I don’t have to think about it anymore,” Zac says of Varvatos. “It’s executed so well, you can put that energy into other things creative. He’s got that on lockdown like nobody else.”

ZBB's most recent single, "All Alright," is featured on their EP, The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1.

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Keith Urban Premiering "Somewhere in My Car" Video Thursday Morning

Image Courtesy Capitol NashvilleKeith Urban's new video for "Somewhere in My Car" will premiere Thursday at 9 a.m. ET at People.com/KeithUrban. The clip centers on a guy going a little crazy as he thinks about the memories of his old love.

Keith says, "The story [of “Somewhere In My Car”] is what I would call melancholy. So for me, the video had to be centered around the present and the past, but focused on the intoxicating emotion of ‘those nights.'"

Look for a behind-the-scenes feature on the making of the "Somewhere in My Car" video, premiering Wednesday on Entertainment Tonight at ETOnline.com. Check local listings for air time. Keith has also posted a 15-second teaser of the clip on his Instagram account.

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