FYI: Justin Bieber Makes Good With Bill Clinton, John Mayer Proves His Awesomeness

July 11, 2013 By:

Think all the good music shows are done for the year? Nope. Global Citizen Festival just booked Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and Kings of Leon. (Rolling Stone)

Music fans in Australia are about to get dowsed in a hefty helping of New Found Glory, The Used, Hatebreed, Tonight Alive… a.k.a. the Vans Warped Tour. (Billboard)

Fans worried that there was a beef a’brewing between Justin Bieber and former President Bill Clinton can rest easy. They had a chat and things are good now. #greatguy (Idolator)

Adam Lambert, a.k.a. the Ice Prince, is joining whatever season of “Glee” that is premiering this fall. He is “so excited” that Ryan Murphy thinks he still looks like a high schooler. (Idolator)

If you want to prove you’re a huge One Direction fan, you can take a quiz. (Note: If you actually take this quiz, you’re probably a huge One Direction fan anyway.) (MTV)

Mike D of the Beastie Boys has created a 10-minute electronic punk-trap mashup track for the Kenzo fashion brand. Coming to a runway soon. (Pitchfork)

After suffering a stroke, Randy Travis is undergoing surgery. According to his rep, the singer is in “critical condition,” so keep him in your thoughts and prayers. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Kings of Leon announced they have a new single entitled “Supersoaker.” It's the lead single off their forthcoming album Mechanical Bull and it will drop July 17th. (Consequence of Sound)

The award for most adorable musician of the day goes to John Mayer. He bought a fan a guitar when she said she couldn’t afford one. (US Weekly)

So, there’s a new Funny Or Die video parody of Taylor Swift called “Glitter and Ribs.” It’s as awesome as the title suggests. (Entertainment Weekly)