Kelly Clarkson Puts Her Own Spin on Classic Lullabies

Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBCAfter becoming a mom last year, Kelly Clarkson has likely had a lot of practice singing lullabies to her daughter River Rose. She proved on Thursday she can belt them out like a pro, while making an appearance on Britain's Capital FM.

Kelly was challenged to perform some lullabies, so she tackled "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and "Rock-a-bye Baby." She also sang "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

Of course, Kelly also spent time promoting her single, "Heartbreak Song." Her new album, Piece by Piece, drops on March 3.

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ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Says He's Making Solo Album Influenced by Latin Music

Credit: Edouard CurchodZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons says he's working on a new solo project that will be quite a departure from the blues-rock boogie for which his band is known.  He tells Rolling Stone that he's been spending time in the studio writing material he describes as "Cuban music."

"I put together a little side band," he reveals.  "I'm going back to wrap up the project and, believe it or not, it's turning out to be such an obtuse, oddball, unexpected left turn from ZZ Top's blues background.  But there is something to it."

Gibbons tells the magazine that his interest in Latin music dates back to his to his early teen years.

"[W]hen I was 13, I got a guitar and my dad -- being the consummate entertainer -- sent me up to New York to study Latin percussion with Tito Puente," says Gibbons.  "I learned maracas, timbales, clavas, bongos…you name it."

He also points out that he lived in Mexico for a couple of years, and he knows "just enough Spanish to get me in trouble."

Billy's interest in Cuban music may serve him well this June, when he's scheduled to head to Havana to take part in a Jazz Festival.  The 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer admits he's a bit surprised to have been asked to take part in a music event that focuses on jazz.

"I'm a blues and rock & roll player," he says.  "But I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth.  I'd love to go to Havana."

In other news, Gibbons is featured on a new song titled "Weed & Whiskey" by his young Nashville protégé Tim Montana and Montana's group The Shrednecks.  Montana and The Shrednecks was the opening act on ZZ Top's recent tour, and after seeing the crowd's positive reaction to "Weed & Whiskey," Gibbons suggested that he and Tim head into a Nashville studio to record the track.

Meanwhile, ZZ Top will return to the road next month for the first time since bassist Dusty Hill broke his hip this past August in a tour bus accident.  The trek gets under way on March 3 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockLittle Big Town shared the stage with which pop star at last year's CMA Awards? ANSWER: Ariana Grande.

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Mumford & Sons, Brandon Flowers, Royal Blood to Play Squamish Festival 

Image Courtesy of Universal Island RecordsMumford & Sons continue to add to their growing festival schedule with a headlining spot the 2015 Squamish Valley Music Festival. The Canadian festival, which is held Squamish, British Columbia, will also features sets from Brandon Flowers, Royal Blood, Of Monsters and Men, Alabama Shakes, Death from Above 1979, Vance Joy, Milky Chance, Slightly Stoopid and The Kills.

Flowers' main band, The Killers, announced earlier this week that they would be headlining the Firefly Festival in Dover, Delaware. Their Firefly set is the band's first announced live show of 2015.

Squamish 2014 featured sets from Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Broken Bells and Foster the People.

The 2014 Squamish Valley Music Festival will be held August 7-9 at the Logger Sports Grounds and Centennial Fields in Squamish, British Columbia. Tickets will go on sale February 26 through Ticketmaster.com.

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Ciara Says Upcoming Album Is Her "Best Body of Work"

Epic RecordsCiara can't stop gushing about her next studio album, Jackie.

In an interview with Women's Wear Daily, the singer revealed details about her upcoming effort. "I named the album after my mom, because I see the world through her eyes now that I’m a mom," Ciara says. "It’s my best body of work. I’m in the most clear place in my life, and that pours into the music. I kept it small and tight in terms of producers; I wanted it to sound consistent. I worked with Dr. Luke, Polow da Don, Harmony Samuels and a few other producers."

Ci Ci also spoke about the video for "I Bet," which was filmed in New York City last Friday. "I did things I’ve always wanted to do in the video, style-wise and performance-wise," she says of the upcoming visual. "I had a vision!"

Ciara says that raising her son Future Zahir Wilburn, who just turned 9 months old and is now crawling, has given her new inspiration.

"Oh, my goodness. It’s changed my life, period. My son is the greatest, sweetest gift God has given me. The word responsibility has a whole new meaning," she explains. "My son arriving has changed how I keep pushing myself as a woman -- and a businesswoman. I’m like, 'Baby’s gotta eat!' I hustle even harder; I have a clearer purpose in life."

Jackie arrives this spring.


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Billy Currington, Eli Young Band, Frankie Ballard Added to Country Jam Music Festival in Colorado

Image Courtesy Mercury NashvilleBilly Currington, Eli Young Band, Kacey Musgraves, Frankie Ballard, Thompson Square and Parmalee are among the stars joining the lineup for the 24th Annual Country Jam Music Festival in Grand Junction, Colorado. The event takes place June 18 through 21 with Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Toby Keith and The Band Perry as the previously announced headliners.

Tickets for the festival are available now at CountryJam.com/Tickets.

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"American Idol" Recap: The Top 24 Are Revealed

FoxThursday's edition of American Idol featured the second part of a two-night, all-new showcase round of solo performances by the remaining 48 contestants at the House of Blues Los Angeles. The hopefuls performed in front of a live audience that included Idol judges Keith Urban, Harry Connick, Jr. and Jennifer Lopez.

A total of 24 contestants -- 12 guys and 12 girls -- have now advanced to the next round. They hail from 17 states and range in age from 15 to 29.

Performances Thursday by two veteran contestants -- one auditioning for the second time and one on her fourth try -- earned them both spots in the top 24.

The semi-finalists now head to Detroit for the first voting shows of the season.  Next Wednesday, the top 12 guys will perform on the stage of The Fillmore Detroit Theater. The top 12 girls will perform the following night.

Here's a rundown of some of Thursday’s highlights:

New York street performer and social worker “Hollywood” Anderson was ready to take the stage as Wednesday’s show ended, leaving viewers guessing as to his fate. On Thursday, Keith “cut to the chase” and informed Anderson that while he had a “soulful” and “beautiful” voice, he didn’t make the top 24.

It was a different story for 23-year-old Joey Cook, who sang “Sweat Pea” by Amos Lee. Connick remarked that the many different artists and musical styles they’ve heard thus far in the competition was like comparing apples to oranges. Luckily for Joey, Connick said that in the judges’ opinions, he was ”the kiwi of the bunch,” adding, “‘cause we don’t have any kiwis.” Cook advanced to the top 24.

Katherine Winston sang Fleetwood Mac’s Rhiannon.” Jennifer noted that while watching Katherine’s journey, the judges felt that every time she performed, "something magical happened.” Winston moves into the top 24.

There was no magic in 16-year-old Maddy Hudson’s performance of Rihanna’s “Diamonds.” The judges said they considered her a front runner at first, but additional performances made them feel she needed a little more time to get comfortable on stage. Hudson was sent home.

A couple of contestants took big risks to try and make it into the top 24. Following Jennifer Lopez’s suggestion to take advantage of her Mexican roots, Alexis Gomez put a Latin spin on The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two.” Quentin Alexander also took a chance by performing the little-known song, “Youth” by Foxes. Both gambles paid off as Gomez and Alexander advanced to the next round.

It was also a good day for a couple of veteran Idol contestants. In his second attempt to make it into the top 24, Savion Wright took on John Mayer’s “I Don’t Trust Myself (with Loving You).” Urban noted his performances have been really good, but the judges had to ask themselves if Wright was up to the challenge of delivering week after week. The answer was “yes,” and Savion made it into the top 24.  Meanwhile, it was Sarina-Joi Crowe's fourth shot at trying to make the top 24. She finally made it through with her version of Jessie J’s “Big White Room.” In a crowded field of singers, Connick said he believed Crowe best represented her genre.

Riley Bria and Ricky Dale Hendricks faced-off to determine which of them would grab the final spot for the guys in the top 24. Hendricks sang Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes” while Bria performed Lady Antebellum’s “Love this Pain.” Connick noted both artists were charismatic, but it was Bria who prevailed and advanced to the next round.

The final spot in the ladies’ category was between New Orleans’ Jelly Joseph, performing Jessie J’s “Boom Boom” and Brooklyn’s own Shi Scott, singing Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground.” The winner was revealed when a dejected Joseph told the camera that she had never tried anything like this before and felt “blessed to make it into the top 48. Scott was shown screaming and hugging her family.

The Top 12 Boys
Nick Fradiani
Savion Wright
Mark Andrew
Daniel Seavey
Clark Beckham
Riley Bria
Trevor Douglas
Quaasim Middleton
Michael Simeon
Quentin Alexander
Rayvon Owen
Adam Ezegelian

The Top 12 Girls
Alexis Gomez
Katherine Winston
Adanna Duru
Lovey James
Maddie Walker
Sarina-Joi Crowe
Tyanna Jones
Shannon Berthiaume
Joey Cook
Shi Scott
Loren Lott

American Idol continues next Wednesday on Fox at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

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Brian Wilson Biopic "Love and Mercy" to Get Its Theatrical Release in June

Credit: Francois DuhamelThe new Brian Wilson biopic, Love and Mercy, will be released theatrically on June 5.  The film focuses on the troubled Beach Boys mastermind during different periods of his life, with John Cusack starring as an older Brian and Paul Dano portraying Wilson as a young man.

Prior to its wide release, the movie will get its U.S. premiere on March 15 at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas.  An encore screening is scheduled for March 17.  

Love & Mercy was directed by Bill Pohlad, who has produced such acclaimed films as 12 Years a Slave, The Tree of Life and Brokeback Mountain.  The movie features Paul Giamatti as Wilson's controversial therapist Eugene Landy and Elizabeth Banks as Brian's current wife, Melinda.  The flick was made with Wilson's consent and features many of his original compositions.

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Richie Sambora Says Upcoming Solo Album Will Cover a Lot of Genres

Credit: James Minchin IIIWe're not sure if founding Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora ever will rejoin his old band, but the 55-year-old rocker has revealed that he's now focused on a new solo album.  He shared some details about the project while walking the red carpet at a recent Grammy event with his rumored girlfriend, rock-guitar whiz Orianthi, and producer Michael Bearden.

Sambora said of the album, "It's coming," while pointing out that Orianthi and Bearden are his main collaborators on the recording.

Calling Bearden a genius, Richie then listed some of the stars with whom the producer and arranger previously worked, including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Whitney Houston and Lady Gaga.  Sambora noted, "We started writing, and we just started putting the record down, and I think everybody's gonna be very pleased."

With regard to the sound of the album, Richie said it will be quite diverse.

"We cover a lot of genre[s]," he explained.  "You know, all of us love very many different genres of stuff, and we can take it everywhere from, like, acoustic intimacy to the heaviest heavy."

Bearden then put his own two cents in, noting, "Somehow…it will have a consistent through line.  It won't be genre-specific, but you'll feel it…So it's all about the song and the emotion."

Sambora, Orianthi and Bearden all have been posting recent photos from the studio on their various social media sites.  Incidentally, Orianthi and Bearden both were working on Michael Jackson's planned 2009 This Is It concerts when the King of Pop died in the midst of rehearsals for the London shows.

Richie's last solo album, Aftermath of the Lowdown, was released in 20102.

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Hall & Oates to Perform at White House This Weekend, Mrs. Obama Wants to Hear "Kiss on My List" 

Kathrin BaumbachIn their four-decade career, Daryl Hall and John Oates have done nearly everything you could imagine a chart-topping musical act doing, but this weekend, they'll get to notch a career first...by performing at the White House.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will head to Washington, D.C. on Sunday to perform for President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama as they welcome the National Governors Association for the 2015 Governors' Ball. John Oates tells ABC News Radio, "I think Michelle Obama wanted us, to tell you the truth. I believe that it was her request, and that her husband said it was OK. So that’s all right with me!"

Not only that, but John says that the Obamas has even asked that the duo play certain songs. "They did make a request. 'Kiss on My List,' they wanted. I believe they wanted 'Rich Girl.' I can’t remember what were the other ones, but they’re the usual suspects."  

Asked why it's taken this long for the duo to finally perform at the White House, John Oates laughs, "I guess prior presidents weren’t Hall & Oates fans!"  Daryl Hall adds, "I did the World Cup theme back in the '90s, so I met President Clinton back then. So this is my second president, but yeah, it’ll be interesting."

Unfortunately, the duo will play a very short set -- just five songs -- which is why John says the experience won't really be intimidating.  "No, it’s not gonna be intimidating, it’s gonna be unusual," he tells ABC News Radio.  "Because you don’t even get warmed up with five songs. It’s almost like 'Okay, it’s over!' It’s like doing a TV show. You do all this prep work, you get out there and it’s over in, it seems like, a few seconds."

As for Daryl, he doesn't find the prospect of performing for the leader of the free world intimidating either.  "Is it intimidating? No, I’m sort of non-intimidated at this point. But it’ll be interesting, I’m sure," he says. "I’m very curious to see them in person and see how they relate to me."

Daryl admits that this just won't be just another gig, but he says performing for a ballroom full of governors who may or many not be fans of the duo's music is similar to the private one-off shows they often do for big companies.

"We do corporate shows and, I mean, to me it’s gonna feel probably like that, but you never know what’s gonna happen," Daryl laughs. "I don’t know. I’m bringing my mom, so I’m sure she’ll be impressed and happy!"

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Hozier on Grammy-Nominated Hit: "It's About Sex" 

Alex LakeYou'd be forgiven for thinking that Hozier's Grammy-nominated hit "Take Me to Church" is about religion or, based on the song's video, about gay rights.  But in reality, he says, the song is about something much more basic: getting it on.

"It's about sex," says the singer-songwriter, who was born Andrew Byrne-Hozier.  So why the church metaphor? He tells People magazine, "I grew up in a society where a lot of values were inherited from the Catholic Church, and its doctrine teaches people to be ashamed of those aspects about themselves.  But lovemaking is a very human, wonderful thing to do."

Not like Hozier's got much time to do that wonderful thing these days: he's currently on a sold-out U.S. tour.  He tells the magazine, "I'll be living out of a suitcase for the next year."  Not like he's complaining, though.  "I've just now learned to accept it and enjoy it," he says. "This is a dream."

The first leg of Hozier's tour wraps up in late March, and then he'll head to Australia before returning for more U.S. dates.

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockLittle Big Town performs "Girl Crush" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday, February 24.

Maddie & Tae's new video for "Fly" will premiere on the CMT Hot 20 Countdown Saturday at 9 a.m. ET. A trailer for the video is now posted at CMT.com.

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Foo Fighters Announce DVD/Blu-ray and Digital Release of "Sonic Highways" Series

Roswell Records/RCA RecordsDid you miss Foo Fighters' HBO documentary series, Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways, when it aired last year? Have no fear -- the eight-part series will be released on DVD/Blu-ray disc and digitally via iTunes on April 7.

Sonic Highways followed the Foos as they traveled from city to city across America while they recorded their new album, also titled Sonic Highways. Along the way, frontman Dave Grohl would interview musical luminaries in each city. Grohl would then take the notes from his interviews and use them to write the lyrics for the Sonic Highways album.

The DVD/Blu-ray edition of Sonic Highways will feature a bevy of bonus footage, including extended interviews with Dan Auerbach of The Black KeysGibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers, Ian Mackaye of Fugazi and Minor Threat, Joan Jett and President Barack Obama.

The Sonic Highways series will be available for pre-order on FooFighters.com and iTunes beginning on March 9.

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Asking Alexandria Guitarist Teases New Music

Image Courtesy of MSO PRAsking Alexandria guitarist Ben Bruce has taken to Instagram to tease possible new material. The short snippet of music he posted, which features Asking Alexandria's typically heavy guitars and drums, is accompanied by the caption, "Let's f**king do this" and is tagged #aafamily.

Noticeably absent, however, are any hints of vocals. AA's original lead singer, Danny Worsnop, left the band last month, saying, "I...want what's best for the band and at this point in time, that isn't me." A new lead singer has yet to be named, but AA promises they will have a new vocalist by the time they take the stage on the Warped tour, which begins in June.

Meanwhile, Wosnop's new band, We Are Harlot, just released a video for their track "The One." We Are Harlot's self-titled debut album will be released on March 31.

AA's last studio was 2013's From Death to Destiny. The band released a live album, Live from Brixton and Beyond, late last year.

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John Legend, Common Talk Oscar-Nominated Song "Glory"

ABC/Randy HolmesJohn Legend and Common are set to perform this Sunday during the 87th Academy Awards, at which the duo's "Glory," from the Selma soundtrack is nominated for Best Original Song.

Legend says the song's gospel feel was a natural given its theme and the fact that it was written for an historical drama about Martin Luther King Jr.

"Common called me, asked me to help him write this song and he threw out some title ideas and one of the title ideas was 'Glory' and I thought about gospel music," John says. "As soon as I heard that word, it inspired me to write the chorus and I really thought about the type of music I grew up on, which was gospel music, and how important it was in the movement -- you see in the film Mahalia Jackson being an inspiration to Dr. King and so many wonderful gospel singers were a part of the musical inspiration for the movement -- and so I wanted to write something in that spirit."

The rapper tips his hat to the crooner for adding something special to the song.

"John started the song off like, you know, as he said I gave him the title 'Glory' but, what he did when he played the piano and sang the words he sang, that's what really showed me what we could do with this song," Common explains. "So, I mean I'm just grateful to have a brother in him and a creative partner that is that talented and his voice really means something."

Common also stars in the film alongside lead actor David Oyelowo, so, does Legend also have aspirations to pursue acting?

"For me, I feel like my job is to make [an] impact, to spread love, to tell great stories, to inspire people, and whatever avenue that we have the opportunity to do that, that's what I'm going to do," the singer says.

Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, the 87th Oscars will air Sunday, February 22, beginning at 7 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Cole Swindell's Country Ballad, "Ain't Worth the Whiskey," Inspired by Real-Life Heartbreak

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleCole Swindell's first two #1 hits, "Chillin' It" and "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," have been uptempo affairs, but he's tapping into some real-life heartbreak on his latest single, "Ain't Worth the Whiskey."

"It was a real thing," Cole says. "I had just broken up with this girl. She had me crazy. Just like, could not shake it. Finally, my buddy threw out that title, and I was like, 'I know somebody that might not be worth it that we could write this about.'"

They went on to write the song from the perspective of a guy who is too proud to admit he's drinking to forget his ex-girlfriend. Instead, Cole raises a toast to things like the end of the work week or a buddy who is serving in the military overseas.

Says Cole, "If you listen to it, obviously I'm not over her. It's just kinda like I'm saying I'm doing this and saying I'm doing that."

While Cole has moved on from pining for that girl who broke his heart, he is glad to show a different side of his music to fans who have just heard his radio hits.

Cole adds, "I'm glad I'm getting to put out a country ballad, 'cause me growing up loving '90s country music, there were so many great ballads and just great songs. I'm not always just 'Chillin' It.' You know, I'm a real person. There's heartbreak. There's trials."

It's hard to argue that life is pretty sweet for Cole these days. He's nominated for New Artist of the Year at the 50th Annual ACM Awards, broadcasting live Sunday, April 19 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Rascal Flatts and CMA Foundation Make Big Donation to Help Fund Music Education

Image Courtesy CMA/Greenroom PRRascal Flatts surprised a group of students at Miramonte Elementary School in Los Angeles with a special delivery of new musical instruments. The Flatts teamed up with the CMA Foundation to announce a $150,000 donation to Little Kids Rock, an organization donating music teacher training, instruments and other resources to public school districts facing budget cuts.

Rascal Flatts guitarist Joe Don Rooney says, "With all three of us having children ourselves, organizations like Little Kids Rock really resonate with us. To be able to give back to young music makers and to do it with our friends at the CMA Foundation is really humbling and the best part of what we do.”

The students at Miramonte Elementary in L.A. are among the kids at 1,300 schools nationwide benefiting from the efforts of Little Kids Rock.

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Watch Royal Blood Cover The Police's "Roxanne"

Image Courtesy of WBR PressRoyal Blood has taken on at The Police's 1978 classic "Roxanne" for BBC Radio's Live Lounge series. The British duo strips away the original's tango rhythm and replace it with their signature heavy, distorted bass riffs and thunderous drumming. You can watch the performance on YouTube.

Royal Blood has been making quite a few headlines lately. The band won Best Live Band and Best New Band at Wednesday night's NME Awards. They are also up for British Breakthrough Act, Best British Group and Best British Album at the 2015 Brit Awards -- the British equivalent of the Grammys. The Brit Awards will be held February 25 in London.

Come this May, Royal Blood will be tangoing through a U.S. headlining tour. That tour begins May 25 in Portland, Oregon. Following their headlining stint, Royal Blood will be hitting the stadium circuit as the openers for Foo Fighters starting in July.

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Mary J. Blige The London Sessions Documentary to Premiere at Cannes Film 

Image Courtesy Capitol RecordsA documentary chronicling the making of Mary J. Blige's latest album, The London Sessions, will be unveiled at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, according to the singer.

According to Philly.com, the singer allowed a camera crew to film her while working in London with U.K. stars, including Sam Smith, Emeli Sande, Disclosure and others.

"I came back to the States [after working with Disclosure] and was discussing it...with the chairman of Capitol Records... and he made it a bigger idea actually, he said, 'Well, why don't we have you go back to London, not to work with Disclosure only, but have you write with Sam Smith, Emeli Sande, Naughty Boy, all the English talent, and document the whole thing and call the album The London Sessions?'" Mary recalls.

She continued, "A camera was following me everywhere. You have to see the documentary on this. I mention it because we just got accepted into the Cannes Film Festival."

The documentary will premiere at the annual French event, which kicks off May 15.

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Dirty Heads Announce Spring Tour

Image Courtesy of Five Seven MusicDirty Heads will embark on a short headlining tour this spring before hitting the summer festival circuit. The headlining tour will begin April 20 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and will conclude May 6 in Norfolk, Virginia. Tickets for select shows will go on sale February 20 via DirtyHeads.com.

Following the headlining stint, Dirty Heads' sweet summer will begin with an appearance at the Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The band also will perform at Seriously Fun! Fest in Anchorage, Alaska and the Firefly Festival in Dover, Delaware.

In other Dirty Heads news, vocalist Jared "Dirty J" Watson contributed his voice to the new Blues Traveler track "Castaway." You can listen to "Castaway," which also features Sublime collaborator Rome Ramirez, on Yahoo Music.

Here are the Dirty Heads' tour dates:

4/20 -- Baton Rouge, LA, Varsity Theatre
4/21 -- Tallahassee, FL, The Moon
4/25 -- Frisco, TX, Toyota Stadium
4/27 -- Lawrence, Kansas, Granada Theatre
4/28 -- Little Rock, AR, Juanita’s Café & Bar
4/30 -- Chattanooga, TN, Track 29
5/1 -- Winston-Salem, NC, Ziggy’s
5/5 -- Wilmington, NC, Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
5/6 -- Norfolk, VA, The Norva
5/15 -- Gulf Shores, AL, Hangout Festival
5/23 -- Monterey, CA, California Roots Music & Arts Festival
6/6 -- Ozark, AR, Wakarusa Music Festival
6/13 -- Anchorage, AK, Seriously Fun! Fest
6/20 -- Dover, DE, Firefly Music Festival

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