Headlines: Ally Brooke Announces Memoir, Adam Lambert Grammy Concert

Ally Brooke Announces Memoir Finding Your Harmony: ‘I Am Opening Up in Ways I Never Have’ – Ally Brooke is launching into the next chapter of her life. In her upcoming memoir Finding Your Harmony, the Fifth Harmony alumna opens up about her life since the popular girl group disbanded, including her time on Dancing with the Stars and emerging solo career. “I’m so excited to finally (almost) have my first book out in the world!” said Brooke, 26, who shared the cover art of her memoir exclusively with PEOPLE. “In Finding Your Harmony I am opening up in ways I never have before and share the highs and lows of my journey.” – Read more at People

Ally Brooke Finding Your Harmony

GRAMMY Museum June Lineup: Adam Lambert, Haim, Lucinda Williams, New Exhibits & More In Never-Before-Released Digital Content – The GRAMMY Museum is back with another packed schedule for June, giving music lovers even more to do while they stay at home. This coming month will feature next round of new and never-before-released free digital content while the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles is closed until further notice in light of COVID-19. The Museum is releasing new content every day of the week, a mix of its Public Programs digital series featuring new intimate sit-down interviews with artists and musicians recorded via Zoom and archival Programs from its 200-seat Clive Davis Theater. Featured artists this month include Ruth B., Glen Ballard, Andy Grammer, Grouplove, Haim, Adam Lambert (6/15 – Adam Lambert), Kip Moore, Jenny O, Poncho Sanchez, Steep Canyon Rangers, The White Buffalo, Lucinda Williams and Rita Wilson. – Read more at Grammy Museum

Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich Separate After Almost 3 Years of Marriage -Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich are separating after almost three years of marriage, they confirm in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE. “We have lovingly and carefully taken the time we have needed to arrive at our decision to separate,” they say in their joint statement. “We share an abundance of love and respect for one another and will continue to lead with our hearts from that place. We kindly request your compassion and respect for our privacy moving forward.” The split comes as the stars have been social distancing separately during the coronavirus outbreak, with Laich in Idaho and Hough home in Los Angeles. – Read more at People

Brad Paisley, Shania Twain, Lauren Mascitti To Thank HCA Healthcare Workers With Virtual Concert – Nashville-based HCA Healthcare is thanking their healthcare heroes in over 186 hospitals with a virtual concert tonight (May 29) put on by some of music’s biggest names, including Brad Paisley, Shania Twain, Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, Lauren Alaina, Blanco Brown, Amy Grant, Lindsay Ell, and more, including one of HCA’s own nurses, Lauren Mascitti. Mascitti was a contestant on season 18 of American Idol and performed her new single for the show at work, still in her scrubs, while her fellow artists taped their performances at home. She sang her original song “God Made a Woman,” which was inspired by her “Nana” and being raised by her grandparents. -Read more at MusicRow.com

Lauren Mascitti Hospital

The Voice winner Todd Tilghman plots future as Meridian sings praise – At the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience, placed in the middle of its 360-degree Hall of Fame exhibit and surrounded by lit-up portraits of the Magnolia State’s legendary musicians such as Jimmie Rodgers and Elvis Presley, Meridian’s Todd Tilghman belted out lyrics with the same enthusiasm and spirit that earned him the “The Voice” title last week. On Thursday, nine days after the 42-year-old Tilghman became the oldest contestant to win the NBC singing competition, he returned to the stage, performing a livestream concert broadcast over Facebook. Later in the evening, he was honored with a ceremonial key to the city in Dumont Plaza, and was treated to a parade of several dozen vehicles driving by with signs of congratulations, honks of celebration and passengers’ shouts of praise. Amid countless interviews he’s done, Tilghman is looking into the next phase of his music career. Explaining that he knows nothing about the industry, and now being thrust into it, he said he’s relying on the connections he made while on “The Voice” to help him along. He’ll be traveling to Nashville next week for meetings on how to move forward, which include choosing a manager.- Read more at Meridian Star

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