Green Day have scored a US Top 5 debut with their new album, “Father Of All.” The album entered the Billboard 200 at No. 4 with opening week sales of 48,000 copies, giving the band their 11th US Top 10 set.
Produced by Butch Walker, Chris Dugan and the band, “Father Of All” marks the follow-up to Green Day’s 2016 album, “Revolution Radio”, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Ozzy Osbourne has been forced to cancel his entire 2020 tour in order to seek additional medical treatments. Osbourne said in a statement: “I’m so thankful that everyone has been patient because I’ve had a sh** year. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to get to Switzerland for treatment until April and the treatment takes six-eight weeks.”
Osbourne launched the No More Tours 2 trek in April 2018. The tour had been repeatedly postponed due to a series of injuries and health issues. In January, the singer revealed that he has been battling Parkinson’s disease since 2003. Osbourne still hoped the tour would resume as scheduled on May 27 in Atlanta, Ga. However, Osbourne decided to err on the side of caution in consideration of ticket buyers who have already dealt with rescheduled tour dates.
Fans who purchased No More Tours 2 tickets will have initial access to tickets when Osbourne’s next tour is announced. Ordinary Man, Ozzy’s first solo studio album in a decade, is scheduled for release on Friday.
Cam is returning to country radio with the release of her new single, “Till There’s Nothing Left.”
“Till There’s Nothing Left” is the lead single to Cam’s upcoming sophomore album, which is slated to drop this summer. The inspiration for the song came from Cam’s relationship with her husband of four years, Adam Weaver. Cam also released the video for the track directed by Dano Cerney and filmed at the Hitching Post Western Saloon in Portland, Tenn.
Luke Bryan dropped the title track to his upcoming seventh studio album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, which will be released on April 24. “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here” follows the release of No. 1 lead single, “Knockin’ Boots” and current Top 10 single, “What She Wants Tonight.”
The fifth Indiana Jones film will begin filming this spring, star Harrison Ford has revealed. Ford, who has played the character of Jones since 1981, was announced to be returning to the role for the new film last week.
In a new interview with CBS News, Ford revealed that the new film, which Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy recently described as “not a reboot” but “a continuation,” will begin filming in two months.
Ford has played Indiana Jones since 1981 in all of the franchise’s four films – Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Temple of Doom, The Last Crusade and The Crystal Skull.
Indiana Jones 5 was originally due to come out in July last year, before being pushed back to July 2020, and then given a final later release date of July 9, 2021.
Keanu Reeves is coming back as “The One” for the upcoming ‘Matrix’ movie and new photos of Keanu, Carrie-Anne Moss (who played Trinity) and director Lana Wachowski on the set of ‘The Matrix 4,’ which has been filming in San Francisco these past couple weeks or so.
So far there is no sign of any of the other stars who’ve been linked to the project, including Jada Pinkett, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II or Laurence Fishburne. Fishburne hasn’t been announced as being involved yet, but fans hope that Morpheus will be back.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have settled on a script and plot for a new biopic centered on the rock legend and his decades-long relationship and marriage to his manager/wife.
Sharon Osbourne says it took nearly 20 years trying to get the right film made, adding she was “unimpressed” by many of the ideas that came her way…“Our story is a love story, and it happens that he’s a musician,” she said. “We’re working in our own quiet way, doing our own thing on that. It’s totally different to what anybody would think.”
Dave Grohl confirmed that the new Foo Fighters upcoming 10th record is now complete. “We just finished making a record,” Dave said. “And some of those songs, sometimes the best ones happen in 45 minutes… Then there’s other songs that — there’s a riff on the new record I’ve been working on for 25 fucking years. Like 25 years. First time I demoed it was in my f*cking basement in Seattle… So sometimes it’s 45 minutes, sometimes it’s 25 fucking years.”
Although he didn’t give any information about its release date, this new record will be their first since 2017’s Concrete And Gold. The band also dropped a couple of surprise EPs last year.
Dave also revealed that he’s working on a documentary about touring in a van, saying “I’ve interviewed everybody. And you’d be surprised, like The Beatles toured in a van, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, U2, everybody had a van… And there’s something about that time, you know it’s like, you wear it like a badge.”
Carly Pearce released her self-titled sophomore album on Feb. 14, and the 13-track offering features a collaboration with husband Michael Ray called “Finish Your Sentences.”
The new duet was initially sent to Carly by Thomas Rhett and Big Machine Label Group president Scott Borchetta, while she and Michael were in the early stages of dating. “Finish Your Sentences” was written by Kelsea Ballerini, Thomas Rhett, Ashley Gorley and Jesse Frasure.
Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles — also known as Sugarland — will hit the road this summer for the There Goes the Neighborhood Tour.
The 26-date tour kicks off on June 4 in Toronto, Ontario, making additional stops in Dallas, Phoenix, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and more. Mary Chapin Carpenter, Tenille Townes and Danielle Bradbery will provide support on select dates.
In addition, Sugaland is releasing a 3-song EP, Bigger, Louder, Live, on Feb. 28 that includes live versions of “On a Roll,” “Bigger” and “Babe.”