Mick Fleetwood Joins Will Ferrell/Chad Smith Drum Battle

Mick Fleetwood, Stewart Copeland, Tommy Lee and Taylor Hawkins joined Chad Smith, drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and actor Will Ferrell for a benefit in Los Angeles on Friday, April 29. The Red Hot Benefit Comedy + Music Show & Quinceanera benefitted Cancer for College (Ferrell's pick) and Silverlake Conservatory of Music (Smith's choice).

Paul McCartney Met Women Who Inspired Beatles' 'Blackbird'

Paul McCartney recently met the women who inspired the Beatles' "Blackbird," which is from their famous White Album, according to Rolling Stone. The former Beatle met the women, Thelma Mothershed Wair and Elizabeth Eckford, backstage at his Little Rock, Arkansas concert Saturday night.

Tom DeLonge Says He's Not Done With Blink-182

Tom DeLonge has spoken out about his future with Blink-182, saying he's not completely done with the group. A few days ago the band released their first single "Bored to Death" with new vocalist Matt Skiba. DeLonge recently posted on his Facebook, "I understand all the craziness out there in Internet-land, it is an odd time for fans of the Blink-182 legacy . . ."

Carrie Underwood Dedicates American Country Countdown Award To Late Fan

Carrie Underwood has dedicated her American Country Countdown Award to one of her late 10-year-old fans. The country singer earned the Female Vocalist of the Year award and was given the honor by actor Luke Wilson. "Thank you guys so much," Underwood said. "I would like to thank the good Lord above for Country music and that we are all blessed to be a part of it."

Prince's Half Brother Speaks Out As Hearings For Estate Begin

Prince's half brother Alfred Jackson has spoken out about the late singer's estate, a portion of which he will inherit, according to Fox2now. Jackson said, if he had it his way, he would want to release any music Prince hadn't released. "(To) let people know how great he really is," Jackson said.

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