Much to the dismay of teenage girls everywhere, One Direction is reportedly going on an "extended hiatus" in March to focus on solo projects.
Morrissey is getting into the novel business. The former Smiths singer, who unveiled the aptly named "Autobiography" in 2013, will release his debut novel in September.
Paul McCartney has added a performance in Toronto to his current "Out There" world tour. The former Beatle will take the stage at Toronto's Air Canada Centre Oct. 17.
After his support trek alongside Luke Bryan ends, Randy Houser has been will be headlining his own jaunt this winter.
Bruce Springsteen helped Jon Stewart say farewell to "The Daily Show" by performing rousing renditions of "Land of Hope and Dreams" and "Born to Run" with the help of the E Street Band.
Prince is prepping a new album, "HitNRun," for release next month via Jay Z's Tidal, high-quality streaming service.
Ryan Adams plans to pay tribute to Taylor Swift's chart-topping album "1989" by covering it from front to back.