The Scorpions to Release Deluxe "Tour Edition" of Return to Forever Album; Announce Las Vegas Residency

Sony MusicThe Scorpions' launched a major world tour commemorating their 50th anniversary last year, and the German hard rockers are continuing to mark the milestone in 2016 with a variety of new concerts across the globe. In honor of the ongoing trek, the band is set to release a three-disc "Tour Edition" of its 2015 studio album, Return to Forever, on April 22.

The new collection features a CD version of Return to Forever with seven bonus cuts, and two DVDs containing footage of a pair of recent Scorpions concerts, a new documentary filmed during last year's U.S. tour, interviews with band members Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs discussing the songs on their latest album and four promotional music videos.

The concerts featured on the DVDs were a June 2015 performance at France's Hellfest Festival and a show this past September in Brooklyn, New York. The Brooklyn gig included a guest performance on "No One Like You" by a 12-year-old guitar prodigy named Brandon Niederauer.

The documentary, titled On the Road in America, was directed by Dennis Dirksen, and follows The Scorpions on tour as they visit California and Las Vegas. The short film gives a glimpse at how Americans rock fans have embraced the group.

Speaking about Las Vegas, The Scorpions have announced that they will be playing a five-show residency at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino that runs from May 13 to May 21. Queensryche will open all of the dates. The Scorpions are sandwiching the Vegas stint with appearances at a number U.S. festivals. The band also has lined of a series of shows in Eastern Europe and Germany in February and March, and will visit Mexico in early June before returning to Europe for a summer tour leg.

Here is the full list of U.S. concerts on The Scorpions' 2016 schedule:

5/6 -- Charlotte, NC, Carolina Rebellion
5/13, 14, 18, 20, 21 -- Las Vegas, NV, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5/28 -- Pryor, OK, Rocklahoma
5/29 -- San Antonio, TX, River City Rockfest

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Barry Manilow "Doing Well" After Emergency Oral Surgery

ABC/Lou RoccoIt looks like Barry Manilow made it through his emergency oral surgery just fine. A message posted Friday on the pop legend's official website says, "Barry is out of surgery and doing well. His Doctors report that the surgery was successful and they expect no further complications."

The note adds, with a touch of humor, that "Manilow has been instructed not to talk, sing or rap" for the next 48 hours. The message also points out that the 72-year-old singer "thanks everyone for their well wishes and concern."

As previously reported, Manilow experienced complications from a surgical procedure he underwent on Monday, and flew back to Los Angeles to have a follow-up operation after playing a sold-out show on Wednesday in Memphis.

Barry's health issue forced him to postpone two of his concerts this week, shows scheduled last night in Highland Heights, Kentucky, and tonight in Nashville. The concerts will be rescheduled soon, and those with tickets can hold on to them and redeem them on the new date.

The next show on Manilow's itinerary is scheduled for this Wednesday, February 17, in Houston. The current North American leg of his One Last Time -- One Last Tour is mapped out through a March 26 concert in Rockford, Illinois.

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Bastille Teases Second Album

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicBastille has shared a video teaser for their forthcoming sophomore album. In the clip, frontman Dan Smith speaks about the process behind recording the new album, which is simply referred to as "LP2."

"I've heard lots of bands talking about making a 'difficult' second album," says Smith. "But we never thought that far ahead. I guess, until recently, we haven't had much of a chance to stop and think about."

Bastille has spent the last couple of years touring extensively in support of their 2013 debut album, Bad Blood, which featured the band's huge breakthrough single, "Pompeii."

"We've been so lucky to be touring constantly over the last few years, and it's been a lot of fun,” Smith says in the teaser. "But it's meant that we've had to massively adapt the way that we make music. So this new album, it's been written and recorded on tour buses, in backstage rooms, and in hotels all over the place. The process of writing and making the songs hasn't changed much. It's just that this time around, we're doing way less of it in my bedroom."

"Here's hoping it's not completely terrible," he adds.

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Did Ariana Grande Fire Scooter Braun?

Image Group LA/ABC Did Ariana Grande fire her co-manager, Scooter Braun? Entertainment Tonight is reporting that Ariana recently terminated her working relationship with Scooter, who also manages Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen and Tori Kelly.

But contrary to reports, a source tells ET Ariana’s decision had “nothing to do” with Scooter's connection to the Biebs. "Ariana always has and continues to support Justin," the source says. "She did not think the relationship was working for her professionally anymore. It was time to move on."

The source adds, "She thinks this is the best professional decision for her moving forward."

According to ET, Ariana continues to work with her team at Untitled Entertainment, which includes manager Stephanie Simon.

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Dream Theater's "The Astonishing" Debuts at Number One on "Billboard's" Top Rock Albums Chart

Roadrunner RecordsDream Theater has earned their first number-one album on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart with their latest effort, The Astonishing. The prog-metallers' 13th studio album sold 30,000 copies in its first week, which was also good enough for the number 11 spot on the Billboard 200.

The Astonishing also debuted at number one on the Hard Rock Albums chart, which is the band's third leader on that tally, following 2009's Black Clouds & Silver Linings and their 2013 self-titled album.

This spring, Dream Theater will be performing The Astonishing in full on a North American tour, which kicks off April 14 in Quebec City.

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Lady Gaga and Her Sister Design Doll for Mattel

Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty ImagesAs part of Lady Gaga’s partnership with Mattel, the singer and her younger sister, Natali Germanotta, have designed the first celebrity doll for the toy company’s Monster High collection.

According to fashion site Refinery 29, the doll will be in the likeness of Lady Gaga and is set for release this fall. Mattel shared a sneak peek of the doll’s silhouette. Judging by the outline, the doll will feature a flowing high ponytail, flared pants and a sassy pose.

Natali, who serves as Gaga’s costume designer, tells Refinery the doll “represents showing your unique self and being the most vulnerable you.”

Mattel’s Monster High franchise aims to promote acceptance and individuality. Gaga, who’s appropriately known as Mother Monster to her fans, announced back in October that her Born This Way Foundation signed a three-year deal with Mattel to work towards empowering young people.

Monster High and the Born This Way Foundation also have just launched the #KindMonsters campaign. By participating in the campaign, people will be entered to win one of the first 100 dolls when they’re released.

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Alanis Morissette Announces Pregnancy with Animated Video

Image Group LA/ABCAlanis Morissette is expecting her second child. The singer announced the news on her website Friday with an adorable animated video.

The visual tells the story of the 41-year-old singer's romance with her husband, rapper Mario “Souleye” Treadway, and ends with images of the couple and their five-year-old son, Ever Imre, looking at an ultrasound of the new baby.

“The story of my nuclear family in moving pictures, brings us up to this sweet moment,” Alanis captions the video on Twitter.

Artist Brendan Huza created the animation, and the clip features a song Alanis wrote to surprise her husband back in 2010. “May this song take on ever-deepening meaning as each year goes by,” she writes.

Alanis and Souleye were married in 2010.

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Tank Announces Headlining Spring Tour

ABC RadioTank is getting ready to hit the road next month for a headlining North American tour.

The dates begin March 7 at Dallas, TX’s House of Blues and then travel to major cities, including Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Los Angeles.  The singer will make even stop at the annual Baltimore Spring Fest, joining other R&B superstars like Keith Sweat, Jagged Edge, Blackstreet, and host MC Lyte, on March 12. The trek will continue through early April -- additional dates will be announced later.

In addition, Tank will be joined by his former TGT bandmate, Tyrese on a couple of dates for the tour, which will further promote Tank's latest album, Sex, Love & Pain II.

"Fellas you know I got you! Get her tickets to my Sex Love and Pain Tour for Valentine's Day and I'll do the rest!!" Tank wrote on Instagram.

Tickets for all headline dates go on sale today, February 12th. For complete details and ticket availability, please visit

Here are the official dates:

3/7 -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues
3/9 -- Atlanta, GA, Center Stage
3/10 -- New Orleans, LA, House of Blues
3/12 -- Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Spring Fest @ Royal Farms Arena
3/15 -- Washington, D.C., The Howard Theatre
3/16 -- New York, NY, B.B. King’s
3/19 -- Philadelphia, PA, Theatre of Living Arts
3/22 -- Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s
3/23 -- St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
3/24 -- Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
3/25 -- Columbus, GA, Columbus Civic Center
3/27 -- Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre
4/3 -- Long Beach, CA, Gaslamp
4/4 -- Los Angeles, CA, El Rey

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Reba, Carrie Underwood and Brooks & Dunn Step into the Ring with Muhammad Ali

ABC/Image Group LAReba, Carrie Underwood and Brooks & Dunn are getting ready to step into the ring with Muhammad Ali. For the eleventh year in a row, Reba will host Celebrity Fight night at the Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix, Arizona.

Carrie will headline the April 9 black-tie fundraiser and receive an award too, with David Foster serving as the evening’s musical director. Reba and Brooks & Dunn are set to sing as well. The event was created to raise money in the legendary boxer’s fight to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease.

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WALK THE MOON Starts a Food Fight in "Work This Body" Video

Image Group LA/ABC WALK THE MOON has shared the video for their current single, "Work This Body." The clip, which you can watch now at, stars a young student who starts a food fight during a school talent show.

"'Work This Body' is a song about getting my a** in shape and standing up to my fears," frontman Nick Petricca tells Entertainment Weekly. "The video portrays a school kid much braver than I was who starts a revolution with a lunchbox. It's a little nudge to the skeptic that there really are superheroes among us."

"Work This Body" is a song from WALK THE MOON's latest album, TALKING IS HARD, as is their breakthrough hit, "Shut Up and Dance. The band will be performing both "Work This Body" and "Shut Up and Dance" before this Saturday's NBA All-Star slam dunk contest.

This summer, WALK THE MOON will embark on the Work This Body tour, which will feature support from MisterWives on select dates.

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Atreyu Debuts "A Bitter Broken Memory" Video

Daniel Boczarski/RedfernsAteryu has premiered the video for their song "A Bitter Broke Memory." While the song itself doesn't have the most upbeat lyrics, the video, which includes footage from Atreyu's tour this part year in support of their album Long Live, is very celebratory.

"This video, essentially shows a bit of the journey that Long Live has had so far. From being in the studio, to playing club shows to playing in stadiums," clean vocalist and drummer Brandon Saller tells Billboard. "We wanted to give our fans a little view of what we've been doing for the last year and what this record has done for us."

Atreyu released Long Live last year. It was the band's first album since they went on hiatus following the release of 2009's Congregation of the Damned.

This spring, Atreyu will embark on a headlining tour in continued support of Long Live, starting March 4 in Bakersfield, California.

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Adele Covers "Vogue": “I Like Myself More than Ever”

Annie Leibovitz/VOGUESay “hello” to Vogue's March cover girl: Adele. In the accompanying interview, the singer declares, “I like myself more than ever” -- and it shows. She evokes effortless confidence as she lounges in a beaded dress on the magazine's Annie Leibovitz-shot cover.

“I feel so comfortable in my own skin,” Adele tells the mag. “I really like how I look, I like who I am, I like everyone that I surround myself with. Obviously I have insecurities, but they don’t hold me back.”

Adele has been steadily making healthier choices, most of which began when she became pregnant with her now three-year-old son, Angelo. “The whole thing about me feeling good about myself comes down to Angelo," she says. "I can’t wait till I meet his best friend. I’ll make his room a shrine when he goes to university!”

She says she's given up smoking, has almost given up alcohol and knows what foods and drink to avoid to protect her throat. “I was trying to get some stamina for my tour, so I lost a bit of weight,” she says. “Now I fit into normal, off-the-shelf clothes -- which is a really big problem for me!”

Why is it a problem? Because now she has a shopping habit, Adele jokes.

Last month, Adele officially released her second single off 25, “When We Were Young.”  She calls it her favorite song on the album. After working with Xavier Dolan on the “Hello” video, she says she’d like to work with another movie director on the “When We Were Young” video -- preferably Todd Haynes.

“I loved Carol,” she says of the Haynes-directed, Oscar-nominated flick. “I loved the way it looked, and I loved the awkward silence in it -- I’d like to have some awkward silence in the music video.”

Friday, Adele plays a one-night only concert at the Wiltern in Los Angeles, ahead of her Grammy performance Monday. Shortly after, she embarks on the European leg of her world tour, starting February 29 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

“I’m only touring for the fans, to see the people that changed my life,” she tells Vogue. “There’s no need for me to tour. I’ll always be nervous, worrying whether I’m going to be good enough. And the adrenaline is so exhausting.”

Judging by her success so far, it's probably safe to say she has nothing to worry about.

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Gwen Stefani's New Single, "Make Me Like You," Is Blake Shelton Approved

Image Group LA/ABCGwen Stefani released her latest single overnight Thursday, and she seems to have taken inspiration from her romance with fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton. The lyrics for the upbeat “Make Me Like You” tell the story of unexpectedly finding new love after heartbreak.

"I was fine before I met you/I was broken but fine/I was lost and uncertain/But my heart was still mine/I was free before I met you/I was broken but free/All alone in the clear view/But now you are all I see,” she sings on the track.

The song serves as Gwen’s second single off her forthcoming album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, out March 18.

Blake tweeted his support for the tune shortly after its release, writing, “You can probably understand the multiple reasons why I just bought this…I hope you do to[o]!!! @gwenstefani.”

Gwen tweeted back, “hope u like this song,” along with a winky face emoji.

The music video for the song will be both recorded and broadcast live during a four-minute commercial break during the Grammys Monday night.

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Janis Joplin Documentary Soundtrack Released Digitally Today; CD Version Due Out in March

Legacy RecordingsThe soundtrack to the acclaimed Janis Joplin documentary Janis: Little Girl Blue was released as a digital album today, February 12, though you'll have to wait until Friday, March 4 if you want it on CD. The 17-track collection features a mix of classic studio recordings and concert performances spanning the late singer's entire career, including rare live versions of her tunes.

Janis: Little Girl Blue includes a previously unreleased rendition of her hit "Piece of My Heart" that was recorded in April 1968 at a tribute concert for Martin Luther King Jr., held at the Generation Club in New York City. The song can be heard in the movie and also was featured in a 1991 short film titled "Comin' Home," but has never been available as an audio release.

The Janis: Little Girl Blue soundtrack also features the original studio versions of well-known Joplin songs like "Down on Me," "Summertime," "Maybe," and her posthumous chart-topping hit "Me and Bobby McGee," as well as live performances of "Cry Baby," "Tell Mama" and "Ball and Chain." The album includes songs Janis recorded as a solo artist, as a member of Big Brother & the Holding Company and with her backing groups The Kozmic Blues Band and The Full Tilt Boogie Band.

Janis: Little Girl Blue, which premiered September 2015 at Italy's Venice International Film Festival, was directed by Amy Berg, whose previous work includes West of Memphis and the Oscar-nominated Deliver Us from Evil. The movie takes a raw, uncensored look at the lauded singer's turbulent life, her path to stardom and her tragic death from a heroin overdose at age 27. It's narrated by veteran indie-rock singer/songwriter Chan Marshall, a.k.a. Cat Power, who reads passages from Joplin's personal letters to family, lovers and friends throughout the film.

The documentary also includes interviews with Joplin's family members, friends and fellow music stars, as well as previously unseen footage and archival scenes from Janis' appearances such landmark events as the Monterey Pop and Woodstock festivals.

An extended cut of Janis: Little Girl Blue is scheduled to get its broadcast premiere Tuesday, May 3, at 9 p.m. as part of the PBS series American Masters. That edition of the film will feature extra performance footage and new segments.

Here's the complete track list of the Janis: Little Girl Blue soundtrack:

"Careless Love" -- Janis Joplin
"Down on Me" -– Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Women Is Losers" -- Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Ball and Chain" (live) -- Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Piece of My Heart" (live) -- Big Brother & the Holding Company*
"Catch Me Daddy" (live) -- Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Magic of Love" (live) -- Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Summertime" -- Big Brother & the Holding Company
"Raise Your Hand" (live) -- Janis Joplin with The Kozmic Blues Band
"Maybe" -- Janis Joplin
"Work Me, Lord" (live) -- Janis Joplin
"Trust Me" -- Janis Joplin & The Full Tilt Boogie Band
"Cry Baby" (live) -- Janis Joplin
"Tell Mama" (live) -- Janis Joplin
"Get It While You Can" -- Janis Joplin & The Full Tilt Boogie Band
"Me and Bobby McGee" – Janis Joplin & The Full Tilt Boogie Band
"Little Girl Blue" -- Janis Joplin

* = previously unreleased.

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Ciara Teases Possible V-Day Engagement to Russell Wilson?

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Ciara is opening up about the next step in her and Russell Wilson's relationship.

In an interview with E! News, Ciara stayed tight-lipped about her Valentine's Day plans with the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, laughing off questions about a possible engagement occurring on the romantic holiday.

"You have to ask the guy that," Ciara said when the idea of Wilson proposing to her on Valentine's Day was brought up. "Let me tell you, no pressure. One day at a time."

The "Goodies" singer may have stayed quiet about her Valentine's Day plans, but Ciara did reveal a number of reasons why she enamored with the football player.  "He's one of those guys that's super ambitious and always has something to do," Ciara said. "He doesn't like to sit still, I can tell you that. He's a go-getter, he's a hard worker."

Ciara and Wilson started dating in April 2015 and have chosen to practice abstinence, which Ciara admits can sometimes be a struggle.

"I'm not gonna lie," she recently told Cosmopolitan. "I'm human, so it is not easy, especially when I look at him and I think he is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen -- that I've ever laid my eyes on, to be honest. I'm like, 'Look the other way! Look the other way!'"

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K. Michelle Announces Release Date for Upcoming Album, "More Issues than Vogue"

Atlantic RecordsK. Michelle has decided on an official release date for her upcoming album, More Issues than Vogue

Fans can expect her project, which is being described as a blend of genres including R&B, pop, country and hip-hop, to arrive March 25. The set will mark her third release in nearly as many years and serves as the follow-up to her sophomore album, 2014's Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?  

The 12-track project will include a duet with Jason Derulo called "Make the Bed," and the lead single, "Not a Little Bit," which was produced by Elvis “Blac Elvis” Williams.

Pre-order More Issues than Vogue now and you'll receive a free download of K. Michelle's new song, "Ain’t You."

Here's the official track list:

"Got Em Like"
"Ain't You"
"Not a Little Bit"
"If It Ain't Love"
"Make the Bed" feat. Jason Derulo
"These Men"
"All I Got "
"Sleep Like a Baby"

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Kelsea Ballerini Recalls the Perfect Valentine's Day

ABC/Image Group LAThis year on Valentine's Day, Kelsea Ballerini will be busy shooting the video for her next single from her debut album, The First Time. Even though there may not be time for hearts and flowers and romantic dates this year, the "Dibs" hitmaker says that's just fine, because at 22, she's already experienced the best February 14 of all.

"The perfect Valentine's Day was two years ago... It was my Opry debut on Valentine's Day. So it was like this perfect excuse to eat all the chocolate in the world, without like anyone judging me, and sing on the Opry stage for the first time. It was perfect," she recalls.

On the flip side, Kelsea also admits she's had some terrible Valentine's Days. "Terrible!" she adds for emphasis.  

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Kanye West's The Life of Pablo Arrives Later Today

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Yeezy Season 3Thursday was supposed to mark the release of Kanye West's The Life of Pablo, what with the Madison Square Garden live performance, streamed online.  However, the set wasn't posted to digital retailers, as expected. Just when fans were starting to think Kanye may have punked them, the rapper has announced his seventh studio effort will be released today, February 12.

"The album is being mastered and will be out today… added on a couple of tracks… " Kanye confirmed on Twitter.

Although West didn't specify an exact release time, he promised that new music will be released every week, beginning with a new track titled "30." Hours."

"Now that the album is finally finished it’s back to Good Fridays," he wrote, and added a link to the song on his SoundCloud page.

The Life of Pablo includes contributions from Rihanna, Chance the Rapper, The Weeknd, Young Thug, Frank Ocean, The-Dream, Kid Cudi, Kirk Franklin, Kelly Price, El DeBarge, and Ty Dolla $ign, among others.

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Kanye West Defends Taylor Swift Lyric, Refuses to Censor Himself 

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After world-premiering his new album The Life of Pablo at Madison Square Garden Thursday, Kanye West is now defending his controversial material about Taylor Swift, including one song in which he raps: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b**** famous."

The rapper took to Twitter to explain the meaning behind his bold reference: "I did not diss Taylor Swift and I’ve never dissed her…," he tweeted, later adding, "I called Taylor and had a hour long convo with her about the line and she thought it was funny and gave her blessings."

Kanye adds that his choice of words is no big deal. "Bitch is an endearing term in hip hop like the word N****," he writes.

He also says Taylor was in on the idea -- or at least part of it. "I’m not even gone take credit for the idea… it’s actually something Taylor came up with …," Kanye wrote, adding: "She was having dinner with one of our friends who’s name I will keep out of this and she told him. I can’t be mad at Kanye because he made me famous! #FACTS."

A representative for Swift confirms Kanye contacted her, but says Swift cautioned Kanye about "releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message."  The rep also says Swift was never told about the contentious lyric, "I made that b**** famous."

Kanye's album is laced with his explicit lyrics and even makes reference to the sexual past of his wife Kim Kardashian, to whom he also refers using the B-word. Kanye explains that he refuses to censor himself: "I’m an artist and as an artist I will express how I feel with no censorship."

West also says Kim was aware of the vulgar verses. "I asked my wife for her blessings and she was cool with it," he wrote. "Stop trying to demonize real artist Stop trying to compromise art."  The rapper adds that he's standing up for real music. "That’s why music is so f****** watered down right now I miss that DMX feeling," he writes. " I miss that feeling so that’s what I want to help restore.  They want to control us with money and perception and mute the culture, but you can see at Madison Square Garden that you can stop us."

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Dan+Shay Say Everyday Should Be Valentine's Day

Warner NashvilleWith their romantic new ballad, "From the Ground Up," written about the lifelong romances of their grandparents, it's not too surprising that Dan+Shay sound like they'd probably make good valentines. Shay in particular isn't shy to show his thoughtful side.

"For me, and this is the romantic in me. This is what I would say to a girl: 'Baby, everyday is Valentine's Day.''

But he admits he's skeptical of the commercialism of the holiday. "I think it's super-hyped. I get it, but I don't know...I'm a let's-hang-out-together, I'm a spend-some-time-with-ya kinda guy. I don't want them to spend any money on me."

"Sip a little wine with ya?" Dan adds, interjecting some humor.

"Yeah! Sip a lil wine wid ya!" Shay laughs. "I think it's more of, you know spending time with them. But I think everyday should be Valentine's Day. It should always be that sweet and awesome."

"That's a great stand-alone quote right there," Dan says, mocking his musical partner ever so slightly. "Shay Mooney:  'Everyday should be Valentine's Day!'"

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