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2015-07-29

Lady Gaga Spotted Gambling in Atlantic City Until 2 a.m.

It seems Lady Gaga spent a night courting Lady Luck. According to the New York Post’s Page Six, the singer was spotted gambling in Atlantic City until 2:00 a.m. Friday. After playing a gig at the Borgata with Tony Bennett, Gaga hit the craps table with her fiancé, Taylor Kinney. They reportedly joined Real Housewives of New York City's Dorinda Medley and her boyfriend, John Mahdessian. A source saw Gaga blowing on the dice for the good luck and playing with $100 chips. The next day, Taylor and John reportedly met up again over blackjack, but Gaga opted out, perhaps…

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Forget About Sam or Ellie: Alt-Rock Band May Have Snagged James Bond Theme Gig

All the speculation about who's recorded the theme for the new James Bond movie Spectre has taken a surprising new twist.  While the speculation has mostly focused on Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding or even Adele -- again -- as being the lucky singer who scored the plum assignment, a much-loved British alt-rock band may actually be the frontrunner. Britain's The Guardian paper reports the British bookmaking firm William Hill has stopped taking bets on who'll sing the Spectre theme after a guy tried to place a 15,000-pound bet -- about $23,000 dollars -- on the band Radiohead.  A spokesperson for…

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Download Tori Kelly's Version of "ABC" for a Good Cause

Want to help provide school supplies for kids in need? It’s as easy as "ABC," or as simple as downloading a Tori Kelly song. By downloading a free copy of Tori’s cover of The Jackson 5 hit “ABC,” Target will donate $5 to the Kids in Need Foundation. The song can be found at Target.com/BackToSchool. The Kids in Need Foundation aims to make sure every student is prepared for class by providing free school supplies to those most in need across the nation. Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Taylor Swift Meets Her Godson

Taylor Swift never rests.  People magazine reports that the singer used her week off from her current world tour to fly to L.A. to meet her godson for the first time. Model and actress Jaime King is one of Taylor's pals, and she named the singer godson to her new baby boy, Leo Thames Newman, who was born July 16. Taylor posted a photo on Instagram of herself holding the baby, with the caption, "Meeting my boy."  She also posted another photo on Instagram of the baby's hand grasping her finger, and quoted a lyric from her song "Never Grow…

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

OMI Says He's "Thrilled" and "Humbled" by "Surreal" #1 Success of "Cheerleader"

OMI's breakout hit "Cheerleader" is topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a third week, and the singer, born Omar Samuel Pasley, says he's proud to be representing for his "very small island" home of Jamaica. "I mean, everything is surreal right now, you know what I mean? Because I’m from a very humble background, a very humble beginning -- a very small island, you know?" OMI tells ABC Radio. "So to be doing something that hadn’t been done in like 10, 12 years -- to be listed among great artists that came out of Jamaica -- it’s an honor…

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Sam Smith Says Throat Operation Was "The Best Thing That Happened to Me, Ever"

Sam Smith had to cancel a slew of tour dates and festival appearances back in May when he had to undergo surgery due to a vocal cord hemorrhage, and then had to remain silent for weeks while he healed.  Sounds like a hellish experience, but the Grammy winner now says the experience was "the best thing that happened to me, ever." Speaking to U.K.'s Magic Radio, Sam says the fact that he was forced to put the brakes on his red-hot career was a great thing.  "I feel like I've been gifted with time. I got to stop for a…

posted 2015/07/29 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

2015-07-28

Amy Winehouse's First Two Albums Get Digitally Remastered

Four years after her death at age 27, Amy Winehouse is having a resurgence. Fresh off the success of the Amy documentary, the British singer’s first two albums have been digitally remastered by Island Records and Universal Music Enterprises. The newly enhanced versions of her 2003 jazz-influenced debut Frank and her 2006 Grammy award-winning follow-up, Back to Black, are now available for purchase at online retailers. Additionally, rare remixes issued for singles from Back to Black -- including the title track, "Rehab," "You Know I'm No Good" and "Tears Dry on Their Own” -- also have been released as digital…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Kelly Clarkson Covers "Most Family" Tove Lo Hit in Concert

Kelly Clarkson's fan request-a-palooza continues!  Each night, the singer performs a cover version of a different artist's song, as requested by a fan.  Her most recent performance, in Michigan, was Tove Lo's smash "Habits (Stay High)."  "Tonight, this song is for Josh. He didn't put his last name," Kelly told the crowd.  "Josh wanted me to sing like three Tove Lo songs but here's the thing about Tove Lo. It's not real family so I had to pick the most family one out of them, so here you go."  She added, "I'm gonna try and keep it family."  That she…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Amy Winehouse's First 2 Albums Get Digitally Remastered

Four years after her death at age 27, Amy Winehouse is having a resurgence. Fresh off the success of the Amy documentary, the British singer’s first two albums have been digitally remastered by Island Records and Universal Music Enterprises. The newly enhanced versions of her 2003 jazz-influenced debut Frank and her 2006 Grammy award-winning follow-up, Back to Black, are now available for purchase at online retailers. Additionally, rare remixes issued for singles from Back to Black -- including the title track, "Rehab," "You Know I'm No Good" and "Tears Dry on Their Own” -- also have been released as digital…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Taylor Swift Shares Behind-the-Scenes Clips from "Bad Blood" Video

Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” continues to dominate the pop charts, so to celebrate, Taylor has been posting some behind-the-scenes footage from the song's star-studded video. The first clip she posted on Instagram features Frostbyte, played by model Lily Aldridge. Taylor and Lily are seen filming their fight scene in a wintry setting. "To get to do this, and work and play and be these awesome strong women that we are, it's so fun," Lily says in the video. In the second clip Taylor shared, Empire actress Serayah discusses her character, Dilemma. Her scene takes place in a locker room and…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Katy Perry Convent Dispute Headed to Court

In one corner, we have Katy Perry and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. And in the other corner, we have two elderly nuns. Both sides have very different ideas regarding the sale of a California convent, and the battle over the sale continues in court this week. According to the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Chalfant will preside over a court hearing on the sale set for Thursday. To recap: Katy is trying to purchase a former Los Feliz convent. The archdiocese wants Katy to have the property, but the nuns don't. In fact, Sister…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Macklemore Admits He Relapsed Last Year: “I Just Wanted to Escape”

In a new cover story with Complex magazine, Macklemore reveals he relapsed with drugs last year. The rapper -- birth name Ben Haggerty -- blames the trappings of fame for his slip-up and says he “just wanted to escape.” "I held it together for a while. But, eventually, I stopped going to my 12-step meetings," he tells the mag. "I was burnt out. I was super-stressed. We weren't sleeping -- doing a show every day, zigzagging all over the country.” He adds, “In terms of the media I was getting put into a box that I never saw for myself.…

posted 2015/07/28 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR