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Jun162017

Lorde cops to Instagram account dedicated to onion rings: "It's me"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCThe jig is up -- as many suspected, that now-deleted Instagram account, @onionringsworldwide, belonged to none other than Lorde.

"It's me!" the New Zealand-born singer confessed to host Jimmy Fallon during her appearance on Thursday's Tonight Show, where she was the musical guest.

“I naively didn’t realize that it would be a thing that I was going to different places and trying the onion rings at each of those places,” adding, “I think they’re underrated as well. I don’t think they get enough credit.”

Lorde also revealed what she believes is the secret to a great onion ring.

"From my sort of semi-professional adventures, I think a batter works better than a crumb," she says, explaining, "It's a little bit lighter."

However the secret to making an onion ring "magical," according to Lorde is to "slightly pickle the onion before you batter it up...It takes on this acidity and its incredible."

Lorde returned later to sing "Perfect Places," from her album Melodrama, available now.

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Friday
Jun162017

Ramblin' Gamblin' Streamin' Man: Ten Bob Seger albums finally available digitally 

UMeToday, longtime streaming holdout Bob Seger has released his catalog for digital music distribution. 

Ten of Seger's albums hitting services today are available for streaming for the first time, including Beautiful Loser, Night Moves, The Distance, Stranger in Town, Against the Wind, Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, Like a Rock and a variety of compilations.

Seger and the Silver Bullet Band will kick off their North American Runaway Train tour on August 24 in Toledo, Ohio, with special guest Nancy Wilson of Heart appearing on select dates.

Last month, Seger's Greatest Hits album was certified Diamond for sales of 10 million copies in the U.S.  For a limited time only, you can purchase a 150-gram purple vinyl version of that compilation via BobSeger.com.

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Friday
Jun162017

Lorde cops to Instagram account dedicated to onion rings: "It's me"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCThe jig is up -- as many suspected, that now-deleted Instagram account, @onionringsworldwide, belonged to none other than Lorde.

"It's me!" the New Zealand-born singer confessed to host Jimmy Fallon during her appearance on Thursday's Tonight Show, where she was the musical guest.

“I naively didn’t realize that it would be a thing that I was going to different places and trying the onion rings at each of those places,” adding, “I think they’re underrated as well. I don’t think they get enough credit.”

Lorde also revealed what she believes is the secret to a great onion ring.

"From my sort of semi-professional adventures, I think a batter works better than a crumb," she says, explaining, "It's a little bit lighter."

However the secret to making an onion ring "magical," according to Lorde is to "slightly pickle the onion before you batter it up...It takes on this acidity and its incredible."

Lorde returned later to sing "Perfect Places," from her album Melodrama, available now.

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Friday
Jun162017

Lil Yachty raps about 59 Simpsons characters on "The Tonight Show"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCLil Yachty made a surprise appearance on Thursday's Tonight Show, teaming up with Jimmy Fallon and his house band, The Roots, in a pre-taped segment called, "Lil Yachty Raps About 59 Simpsons Characters."

Over the The Roots' funky arrangement of The Simpsons theme song, the 19-year-old rapper ran down each character, as Fallon held up pictures of them.

"You’ve got Homer, Marge, Lisa and Bart, You got Maggie and Santa’s Little Helper to start, At Seven-Forty-Two, in a pink lil house, Where everything’s coming up Milhouse, D’oh!" he begins the nearly three-minute song. 

After rapping his way through all the familiar characters from the show's 30-year run, Yachty ends with, "I got more lines than Bart with chalk, I spit more lines than Maggie’s talked, That’s 59 names with more to report, Bart, until next time, 'Eat my shorts!'”

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Friday
Jun162017

Ed Sheeran honored in NYC by Songwriters Hall of Fame: "[It's] something that you never lose"

Noam Galai/WireImageEd Sheeran's already won a Grammy for his songwriting, and Thursday night in New York City, he received yet another prestigious award for that particular talent, which he says is something he'll always be able to fall back on.

Ed attended the annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction Gala, where he received the Hal David Starlight Award, given to young songwriters who are making an impact in the industry.  On the red carpet, Ed told ABC Radio, "Songwriting's something that you never lose.  Like, I might lose my voice, and I might not be able to play guitar. I might lose my hands...lose my legs...but songwriting's something that you will always have."

Ed, whose hits include "Thinkin' Out Loud," "Shape of You," "Photograph," "Castle on the Hill," "The A-Team" and Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," which he co-wrote, added that he feels the common theme that runs though his songs is "a lot of honesty."

And while he's just about the biggest music star in the world at the moment, the humble singer told reporters of his latest honor, "It's a massive honor to be able to sit in a room with so many talented people, let alone get up and accept an award in front of them as well."

Other inductees included Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Jay-Z, the songwriting and production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and Max Martin, who's written more Billboard Hot 100 #1 hits than anyone except John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

Next up for Ed: a headlining appearance at England's legendary Glastonbury Festival, and the North American leg of his world tour in support of his #1 album Divide.

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Friday
Jun162017

Chicago, Ed Sheeran, Babyface & more honored by Songwriters Hall of Fame

Noam Galai/WireImageTwo years ago, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Thursday night in New York City, Chicago members Robert Lamm and James Pankow were each inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  Chicago's celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, but Lamm told reporters they're not ready to call it quits.

"At a certain point in your career, you start getting these lifetime achievement awards, [and] you think maybe it's the universe telling you you need to stop," Lamm laughed. "But in spite of that, we find that in our 50th year, we're going stronger than ever."

"We're just pinching ourselves with this incredible ride," added Pankow. "We're looking forward to the next 50 years and we're taking the fans with us."  The two men were inducted by Train's Pat Monahan, who also performed Chicago's hit "Just You 'N Me," written by Pankow.

Ed Sheeran also was honored at the ceremony: he received the Hal David Starlight Award, given to young songwriters who are making an impact in the industry.  On the red carpet, Ed told ABC Radio, "Songwriting's something that you never lose. I might lose my voice, and I might not be able to play guitar. I might lose my hands...lose my legs...but songwriting's something that you will always have."

Ed, whose hits include "Thinkin' Out Loud," "Shape of You," "Photograph" and Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," which he co-wrote, added that he feels the common theme that runs through his songs is "a lot of honesty."  He called the award "a massive honor." 

Other inductees included Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, the songwriting and production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Max Martin, who's written more who's written more Billboard Hot 100 #1 hits than anyone except John Lennon and Paul McCartney.

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Friday
Jun162017

Jay Z, Babyface, Jam & Lewis, Motown legend Berry Gordy inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in NYC

Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Songwriters Hall Of FameHe didn't walk the red carpet, but Thursday night in New York City, Jay Z became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  He was one of many legends honored at the gala: Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis and Motown founder Berry Gordy were among the night's other inductees.

"I was completely supportive of it and I'm glad they did it," Babyface told ABC Radio of Jay's milestone induction. 

"Oh I think it's great," added Songwriters Hall of Fame co-chairman and legendary songwriter/producer Kenneth Gamble. "Because he's got exceptional talent, and it's not easy to spit out those words like that!  So I think it's a great thing.  [We're] moving forward."

Thursday night, Hova took to Twitter to thank pretty much every other rapper in the game, as well as President Obama, who he called "the greatest rapper of all time."  He added, "Salute to anybody who made a song to feed their family or just vent."

Of his own induction, 11-time Grammy winner Babyface told ABC Radio, "This is great because this is like THE songwriter's award. That's what I am first: a songwriter."

New Edition member and solo artist Johnny Gill was on hand to honor both Babyface and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, because he worked with all three men on his debut album Rub You the Right Way.

"People don't realize [it] was the first album ever that Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, L.A. and Babyface collaborated [on]," he told ABC Radio. "They did one side of the album, and Kenny and L.A. did the other side...so I was like, 'Man, I'm the luckiest man on the planet!'"

Gill sang his Babyface-penned hit "My My My" at the ceremony.  Comparing both production duos, he explained, "Jimmy and Terry brought more of that high strung dance moves kinda stuff, and Babyface always came with the classic love songs...the ultimate love songs that any woman could identify with." 

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Friday
Jun162017

Chicago's Lamm & Pankow inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame, are "looking forward to the next 50 years"

Gary Gershoff/Getty Images for Songwriters Hall Of FameLast year, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Thursday night in New York City, Chicago members Robert Lamm and James Pankow were each inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  Chicago is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, but Lamm told reporters the band isn't ready to call it quits.

"At a certain point in your career, you start getting these lifetime achievement awards, [and] you think maybe it's the universe telling you you need to stop," Lamm laughed. "But in spite of that, we find that in our 50th year, we're going stronger than ever."

"We're just pinching ourselves with this incredible ride," added Pankow. "We're looking forward to the next 50 years and we're taking the fans with us." 

In fact, Pankow gave the fans credit for the honor, saying, "It's about these people, these wonderful listeners who embrace this music and give life to it. And the Songwriters Hall of Fame is the ultimate validation for that."

The two men were inducted by Train singer Pat Monahan, who also performed Chicago's hit "Just You 'N Me," written by Pankow.

Other inductees Thursday night included legendary Motown founder Berry Gordy, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, the songwriting and production team of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Max Martin, who's written more Billboard Hot 100 #1 hits than anyone except John Lennon and Paul McCartney. 

In addition, pop star Ed Sheeran and Broadway and Disney composer Alan Menken were honored with special awards at the ceremony.

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Friday
Jun162017

Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Brett Eldredge is partnering with Dr. Pepper to support both his tour and his latest hit, “Somethin’ I’m Good At.”

The TV show Nashville marked its 100th episode with the installment titled “(Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such as I” Thursday night on CMT.

Rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson will make a rare appearance Saturday night on the Grand Ole Opry.

If you missed Trace Adkins’ performance of “Watered Down” Wednesday night on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, you can check it out on YouTube.

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Friday
Jun162017

Nine-year-old Bo Bryan's already an old pro at road life, according to his dad Luke

ABC/Image Group LAAs Luke Bryan celebrates Father’s Day this weekend, the “Fast” hitmaker admits that -- just like his song says -- he can’t believe how quickly his kids are growing up.

That’s something he was reminded of recently, when he took one of his sons out on the Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour.

Bo, who is nine, my middle boy at the house, he came out on the road with me,” Luke says. “The fact that I have a nine-year-old that... He's like, 'Dad, I'm going to catering.' And I'm like, 'All right. Well, you know where it's at.' He goes, 'Yeah, I went there this morning, I got some bacon. I'll be right back.'”

Luke admits it also reminds him he’s not quite as young as he used to be.

“The fact that he can do that, and all my crew's out there like, 'What's up, Bo? You want to go hit Wiffle Balls?' You know, 'You want to go play Wiffle Ball out on the amphitheater lawn?'”

“And I'm over there icing my knees, while he's out there playing,” Luke laughs.

Bo’s trip with his dad also inspired some jealousy from his six-year-old brother.

“Now I've got to get Tate out there,” Luke says, “'cause Tate's mad that Bo got a weekend.”

Luke and his wife Caroline are also raising his late sister’s children, TilKris and Jordan.

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Friday
Jun162017

"Nashville" Recap: "(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such As I"

CMTOn Thursday night's new episode of Nashville on CMT, Juliette Barnes was so desperate to restart her career with a new album, she resorted to stealing songs. In her frustration to find new material, she failed to deliver a demo meant for Maddie Jaymes, and ended up keeping the tune for herself. Feeling bad about it, she composed an email to Maddie confessing what she'd done, but stopped short of sending it.

Meanwhile, Maddie's world spun into chaos after she was arrested during a traffic stop while sticking up for her would-be boyfriend Clay Carter. After a video of the incident went viral, both Clay and Maddie were hounded by the paparazzi. Feeling their relationship was just too complicated, Clay advocated the two should just be friends, which left Maddie devastated.

For the first time since Rayna James' death, Deacon Claybourne ventured out to play at the Bluebird, where he was reacquainted with singer/songwriter Jessie Caine. Back at home, Deacon reminded stepdaughter Daphne Conrad that Liv staying with the family was a temporary solution, and they'd have to eventually find another situation for the homeless teen.

Scarlett O'Connor's life only grew more complicated as Damien George returned, this time ready to buy a mansion and set up housekeeping to care for their child. Realizing that really didn't suit the director's lifestyle, Scarlett cut him loose, only to return home to Gunnar Scott to announce what she'd done. Gunnar walked away, remarking he couldn't stand by and watch Scarlett cry over another man.

Find out what happens next Thursday at 9 p.m. ET, as a new episode of Nashville premieres on CMT. 

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Friday
Jun162017

Coldplay releases new track, "All I Can Think About Is You," from forthcoming EP

Image Group LA/ABCOn Thursday night, Coldplay released a new song and lyric video from the band's forthcoming EP Kaleidoscope.

The dreamy, reverb-laden song builds slowing from a spare bass and drum rhythm to a rousing finish.  The trippy, animated video, directed by I Saw John First, movies through phases of evolution, up from a planet's core through subways and the foundations of buildings into space where earthly and heavenly objects float around.

Coldplay also announced new details of the EP --like a revised track list and release schedule the band's first new collection since the 2015 album A Head Full of Dreams.  Among the new details is word that the track "Miracles (Someone Special)" is a collaboration with Detroit rapper Big Sean and that "A L I E N S" was written with producer Brian Eno.

The EP will be available for download and streaming on July 14, and out on CD and vinyl on August 4. 

Here's the revised Kaleidoscope track list:

"All I Can Think About Is You"
"Miracles (Someone Special)" – Coldplay & Big Sean
"A L I E N S"
"Something Just Like This (Tokyo Remix)" – Coldplay & The Chainsmokers
"Hypnotised"

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Friday
Jun162017

Kat Graham knew she had to "get to work" to master portrayal of Jada Pinkett in "All Eyez on Me"

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Former Vampire Diaries actress and singer Kat Graham's latest film role is one of the star's most prestigious to date. That's because she was tasked to portray fellow real-life actress and singer Jada Pinkett Smith in the Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me, which arrives everywhere in theaters today.  

Jada was close friends with the late rapper during their time at the Baltimore School for the Arts as teenagers.

Kat tells ABC Radio, "When I first found out I was doing the film, I was beyond excited. I was like, 'OK, I gotta get to work, 'cause I can't mess this up.'"  

She continues, "I didn't want it to be an impersonation of Jada Pinkett. I wanted to capture the energy and the dynamic of who she was and her relationship with Pac and maybe what that meant to them."  

Fortunately for Kat, she was able to talk with Jada and gain her support.

"She was super receptive and super positive and really beyond supportive, which was such a amazing moment for me because I never even thought I'd even talk to the woman in my life, let alone meet her," Kat says.

Even more important for Kat during her time on the All Eyez of Me set was coming to truly understand Tupac's influence at the height of his career, and his legacy.  

"I didn't realize how much he would mean to culture until all these movements of the Black Lives Matter and then you have all these rappers that don't have necessarily the political activism, social activism that somebody like Pac had," says Kat. You realize how important and how treasured a man like that should be." 

All Eyez on Me is in theaters now.

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Friday
Jun162017

Monterey Pop turns 50: David Crosby and Jorma Kaukonen share recollections about the famous festival

David Crosby and Jorma Kaukonen at Monterey Pop (Paul Ryan/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)Today marks the 50th anniversary of the start of the Monterey International Pop Festival, a three-day concert event that helped introduce many music fans to The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who and Janis Joplin.

The fest, which was held at California's Monterey Fairgrounds, was headlined by The Mamas & the Papas, and also featured performances by Simon & Garfunkel, Otis Redding, Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, The Grateful Dead, Eric Burdon & The Animals, Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Indian sitar master Ravi Shankar and many other notable acts.

Monterey Pop is considered the first significant music festival to showcase rock and pop artists, and it also was the first large-scale U.S. concert event for the Hendrix Experience and The Who. David Crosby, who played with The Byrds and sat in with Buffalo Springfield at the festival, recalls being blown away by both groups.

"That was the first time we'd seen Hendrix. He just slayed us, completely knocked our brains in the dirt," Crosby tells ABC Radio. "We didn't know what to do. We were just gobsmacked." David says he also was treated to his first Who performance at the fest, and that they "were outrageous."

Jefferson Airplane lead guitarist Jorma Kaukonen also has fond memories of Monterey Pop, telling ABC Radio that getting to enjoy all the great music was "an amazing thing." He points out that the event was significant because it was "the first major…festival that gave respect to pop music and rock."

The festival was captured by filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker for the acclaimed 1968 documentary Monterey Pop. As previously reported, a 50th anniversary edition of the Monterey International Pop Festival takes place this weekend at Monterey Fairgrounds featuring performances by various contemporary acts, plus few artists who played the original fest.

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Friday
Jun162017

Royal Blood "started from scratch" to craft sophomore album, "How Did We Get So Dark?"

ABC/Randy HolmesRoyal Blood's new album How Did We Get So Dark? arrives today. While it's the sophomore effort from the British duo -- bassist/vocalist Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher -- they actually felt like they were making a debut album.

"This one was a conscious effort," Kerr tells ABC Radio of How Did We Get So Dark? "Our first album [2014's Royal Blood] was just this, I guess...patchwork of demos, really, that was recorded all over the place and ended up being an album by just throwing it all on the same disc."

"Whereas as this one," Kerr continues, "the slate was clean and we started from scratch."

Thanks to its title, How Did We Get So Dark? immediately poses a question, and Kerr feels the answer is open for interpretation.

"We have our own interpretation of it, and other people will have their own," he says. "But yeah, I guess it is somewhat of a vague statement covering some of the themes on the album."

While the name of the lead single from How Did We Get So Dark?, "Lights Out," looks like it might be a hint to solving the album's question, but Kerr says the "light" and "dark" imagery in the two titles is simple "coincidence." However, "Lights Out" was instrumental in deciding Royal Blood's sonic approach to the album.

"When that song came about, it set the tone for the rest of the album, really," Kerr explains. "It was almost like the blueprint, really."

He adds, "The way we'd developed the sound, the tricks we'd used on it, we kind of carried over to the other tunes that we were working on." 

Royal Blood will kick off a U.S. headlining tour at the end of July.

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Friday
Jun162017

Benny Boom on John Singleton's "All Eyez on Me" criticism: "He had every opportunity" to make his own Tupac biopic

Leon Bennett/WireImageBenny Boom is standing up for his official Tupac biopic, All Eyez on Me, and speaking out against what he calls the "rhetoric" from the previous film's director, John Singleton.  

According to Boom, Singleton needs to move on from the "damaging" commentary and focus on making his own movie.

Prior to Boom helming All Eyez on Me, the film had Straight Outta Compton's F. Gary GrayAntoine Fuqua, and Singleton as potential directors.  

When the film landed in Boom's lap, the Philly director said he felt he needed to clear the air between him and Singleton.

"Afterwards we spoke because of the rhetoric that was being talked -- and I didn't appreciate it," Boom tells ABC Radio.  

"I'm not a guy to shy away from conversation or confrontation, so I called him. And I told him how much I didn't appreciate it. We know each other -- we're not friends, but we know each other. And I said it's not cool." 

Boom continued: "It's a small community. What you're doing is damaging for your self more than it is for me -- because people look upon you in a certain way. And to hear you talk down a project -- first of all you've never seen it... I said, "You know it's maybe more important that you just take a step back."

The director explains that Singleton's issues were more with the film's "producers," than him.  But Boom feels that still didn't excuse the Singleton's behavior, since he had plenty of time to make his own film.

"If he wanted to make a movie about Tupac, he had every opportunity and chance to do it. He didn't. He has a huge name in Hollywood, he has Oscar nominations... make your movie."

All Eyez on Me hits theaters today. 

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Thursday
Jun152017

Karrueche Tran granted five-year restraining order against ex Chris Brown

ABC/Randy HolmesAfter seeking a permanent restraining order against singer-actor Chris Brown this March, ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran was finally granted one after showing up in court today, according to TMZ, ordering the recording artist to keep away from Tran for five years.

As previously reported, the Claws actress was granted a temporary restraining order earlier this year, after having tried to gain one three times prior, in which Chris was told to stay at least 100 yards away from Karrueche, her mother and brother.   

Tran also claimed that the "Privacy" star once threatened to shoot her and harm her friends, and also punched her in the stomach and pushed her down the stairs a few years ago. 

In the past, Chris indicated in several Instagram videos that Karrueche was lying. His attorney, David Gammill, cross-examined Tran in court this Thursday. 

TMZ adds that Chris was not present during the court hearing and was denied a request to "join the hearing via phone."

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Thursday
Jun152017

Lady A and Brad Paisley add their voices to the July 4 celebration in NYC

ABC/Image Group LA Lady Antebellum and Brad Paisley will celebrate America’s birthday in the Big Apple this summer, and you can join the festivities.

Both Lady A and Brad will perform on this year’s Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular on NBC. This is the 41st year the two-hour special will showcase the annual fireworks display over New York City’s East River.

The show starts at 8 p.m. ET July 4 on NBC, with an hour-long repeat airing at 10 p.m. Pop star and actress Hailee Steinfeld will sing on the show as well, with more talent to be announced in the coming days.

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Thursday
Jun152017

Jon Pardi promises "magic hot dogs" in "Heartache on the Dance Floor" video

ABC/Image Group LA Jon Pardi’s new video for “Heartache on the Dance Floor” will be out this weekend, and from the sound of things, it’ll be his most creative one yet.

“It’s awesome,” Jon revealed in a video posted on social media on Thursday. “It’s got magic hot dogs, bikinis, and beach and surfboards. You’re gonna love it! And whiskey.”

The “Heartache on the Dance Floor” clip will premiere Saturday on CMT Hot 20.

“Heartache” is the third single from Jon’s California Sunrise album. Both its previous releases, “Head over Boots” and “Dirt on My Boots,” have gone to #1.

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Thursday
Jun152017

Collect 'em all: Metallica gets the Funko Pop! toy treatment 

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica is back -- in Pop! form! The metal legends have united with the toy company Funko to create their very own line of the popular Pop! vinyl figures.

Each Metallica member gets his own figure: frontman James Hetfield, drummer Lars Ulrich, lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Robert Trujillo. You can buy each one separately, or as a four-figure set.

The Metallica Pop! figures will arrive in August, but they're available for pre-order now via Metallica.com. In the meantime, the band is currently on a North American stadium tour in support of their new album, Hardwired...to Self-Destruct.

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