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Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are 'very sorry' to announce that they are taking a break from the road until March 10.
Florence and the Machine, Deadmau5, Charli XCX, Weird Al Yankovic, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Bird are also set to rock the New York City festival in June.
Ed Sheeran also criticized U2's decision to release 'Songs of Innocence' for free in a separate interview.
The former White Stripes member comes to his own defense as saying, 'That's not me trying to sound like I'm above anyone, it was just 'shop talk'.'
The rock duo's new album debuts at No. 1 with 164,000, while the late King of Pop's new posthumous release comes at No. 2 with 157,000.
Introduced by guest host Charlize Theron, the rock duo performs 'Fever' and 'Bullet in the Brain' off their new album that's hitting the stores on May 13.
The new track is set to appear in the group's newly-announced album, 'Turn Blue', which is scheduled to be released on May 13.
His ex-wife Stephanie Gonis gets an item labeled as 'Bob Dylan hair,' their Toyota SUV and $5 million.
Cruz's publicist says the wife of Javier Bardem is 'extremely happy and very excited' about the pregnancy.
The long-gestating project is not dead just yet as Walt Disney Pictures finally seals Brooks to return to the cast ensemble, joining Ellen DeGeneres.
The Canadian teen pop star takes a jab on the Black Keys drummer after the rocker dissed The Biebs in a post-Grammy interview.
Taylor Swift, Beyonce Knowles, Rihanna, Gotye and Carrie Underwood are among other winners at the pre-telecast show of the Grammy Awards.
The Grammy Awards announces the different nominated acts that will go onstage for its 55th annual awards show on February 10.
The Grammy-nominated duo prepares their new album and is set to embark on upcoming tour with the experimental rock band.
The designer's American Airlines flight had to turn back when one of the engines burst into flames shortly after the plane left the gate.