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In April, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry teamed up with the Southern California Children's Chorus to perform an updated version of their band's classic song "Dream On" for a TV special paying tribute to the victims of last year's Boston Marathon bombings. Now, a recording of the performance, which has been titled "Dream On (Boston Strong 2014)," has been released as a digital single via iTunes.
Elton John is one of the guest artists on Smokey Robinson's upcoming duets album, Smokey & Friends; he collaborated with the Motown legend on a new version of "Tracks of My Tears." While the album won't be released until August 19, RollingStone.com has posted the audio of the new collaboration for your listening pleasure.
Slash with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are on the road this summer with Aerosmith, and that experience is the subject of the first installment in a new video series, Ask Slash & Myles, that premiered Tuesday on the guitarist's website.
The Who's Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey are collaborating with Simon West, director of such action/adventure flicks as Con Air and The Expendables 2, on a new U.K. television series that will focus on the London music scene during the mid-1960s. British magazine Broadcast reports that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will oversee the music and also will have input on the script for the show, whose working title is Mods and Rockers.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Katy Perry has had some pretty high-profile romances with the likes of John Mayer and ex-husband Russell Brand.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Not long ago, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were working on projects on two different continents: Pitt was shooting Fury in London while Jolie was directing Unbroken in Australia.
(NEW YORK) -- Chris Pratt and Anna Faris were excited to start a family.
(LOS ANGELES) -- In what looks like somewhat of a taunt, Justin Bieber took to Instagram Wednesday night to post a picture of Orlando Bloom looking emotional, or just rubbing his eye.
(NEW YORK) -- The creator of The Amazing Race and an executive producer of The Lord of the Rings have created The Quest, a new fantasy reality series debuting Thursday on ABC that requires 12 contestants to wear medieval warrior outfits and compete in physical competitions as they navigate a scripted mythology to vie for the title of One True Hero.