The heavy metal band is recording a concert for local drive-in theaters to enable social distancing.
The collaboration between the two women would mark Madonna's second foray into creating a film despite her many previous on-screen roles.
The virtual concert, "The Weeknd Experience," premieres Friday on TikTok at 8:30 p.m. EST//5:30 p.m. PST.
"The concept was to film dad and give intimate looks into songs and go down memory lane," Delaney Buffett said of the video project. "Not only to jog his memory, but also mine to remember the stories he would tell."
It's almost become a cliche at this point: the Germans have a word for everything. It turns out they even have a term or two that perfectly describes the particular summer malaise brought about by the events of 2020.
"Cause despite the odds we found ways to still gather no matter how big or small 'cause when Juggalos get together it's a Gathering."
The state's seven-day rolling average of new deaths has spiked by 50 percent since last week.
Mainly Mozart, a nonprofit in San Diego, performed on July 11 for a drive-in audience at a dirt parking lot at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club.
"Fortnite" has a new emote up for grabs, and we want you to get it. Watch "We the People" to get the Verve emote.
A number of well-known YouTube personalities and social media influencers forced to apologize for attending parties amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"It is my belief that theater can be damaged but not destroyed," Phil Birsh, "Playbill" CEO told Newsweek.
"Fortnite" aims to rock the vote with a showing of "We the People" on July 28. Watch, and you'll get a free emote.
"No, I blame the president that does not believe in science."
The "Piano Man" played a quick tune and told the owners that the piano was fine and just needed a tuning. He advised them to donate it rather than chuck it.
New infections have surged in North Dakota, Montana, Colorado, Minnesota and West Virginia.
A thinly evidenced conspiracy theory alleges a furniture company is using overpriced listings as cover for human trafficking.
The lawsuit, which was filed last week, states that the plaintiff is "unwilling (and should not be required) to subject himself to criminal prosecution" for refusing to stand for the national anthem.
Artists including Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Celine Dion, Sir Paul McCartney and hundreds more signed the petition calling on the government to help fund and support the U.K.'s live music industry.
Vanilla Ice is set to perform at a Fourth of July weekend "throwback beach party" concert in Texas, despite the state recording its largest-ever increase in new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
From Lincoln Center Live to the ultimate Stephen Sondheim tribute, there are several ways to still see live performances featuring top-notch talent.
Out of Arizona's 63,030 reported positive cases, more than half of those infected are residents aged 20 to 44.
"The world is darker place without Michael Jackson in it. His love and light is truly missed by us all."
The former Van Halen frontman recently told 'Rolling Stone' that he would "rather personally get sick and even die, if that's what it takes" to save the economy amid the pandemic. He's since clarified those remarks on Facebook.
1960s rocker Wayne Kramer brings music workshops and equipment to prisons like the one where he served time.
"The Voice" judge Nick Jonas is leaving the show after just one season, to be replaced by a previous fan favorite on the NBC show
After a pause for the coronavirus, Trump's campaign rallies are set to resume this week with masks and hand sanitizer