Billboard reports that the band is looking to release their new album in April with plans to announce the official date in a commercial at this year’s Super Bowl, which will air February 2.
Country fans are already growing familiar with Sheryl Crow’s first country single, “Easy,” which has been climbing the charts since first released earlier this year.
Lady Antebellum–Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood–recently explained to Radio.com why they decided to step outside the box with their new album, Golden, out this week, and how they found their new sound.
When fans last heard Justin Timberlake, he was a spry 25-year-old hell-bent on bringing sexy back. Now, at 32, he’s more interested in being suave and debonair in his Tom Ford suit and tie with The 20/20 Experience.
Only two weeks into the new year and Christina Perri is already holed away in the studio working on her next album.
Her first album in 12 years will feature two songs written by Pink, a duet with Gaga and her recently released single, “Woman’s Work.”
The two “American Idol” alums trade verses on “Can’t Stop Loving You,” which appears on the veteran rock band’s brand new album.
“I wanted every emotion on the record to take up one slot,” says Taylor in a CBS Local interview. That way, “no matter what you’re going through, if you need a song, you can find it.”
“Different albums represent different chapters in my life,” says Taylor in this CBS Local video interview.
As she’s been doing each Monday all month, she previewed a clip of the song on “Good Morning America,” then will have it for sale on iTunes later tonight.