(RNN) - Eleven years after the death of Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, the surviving members of TLC will perform once again and record new music.
TLC has been added to this year's Mixtape Music Festival, July 26 through July 27 in Hershey, PA.
The reunion has sparked speculation that there could be a Left Eye hologram in the works, much the same way a hologrammed Tupac appeared at last year's Coachella.
In the handful of performances since Left Eye's death, she has been represented on LED screens.
Surviving members Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins confirmed to Essence last year that they were working on new material and planning a tour.
Entertainment Weekly reports Drake, Ne-Yo and J. Cole are among the collaborators.
Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes died in a car crash in Honduras in 2002.
TLC is best known for their hits No Scrubs, Creep, Waterfalls and Unpretty.
The voice of country music will be remembered in the home of country music.
The funeral for George Jones will be held at Nashville's iconic Grand Ole Opry, and the service is open to the public. Fans and admirers are invited for the 10 a.m. ceremony on Thursday.
Jones, who sang some of country music's greatest songs, died Friday. He had been hospitalized since April 18.
He was 81.
Artists often get their start in the subway. Rarely do established acts select the dingy underground tunnels as their venue of choice.
"That is when you know you've made it," he joked.
The track is on his newly-released album To Be Loved.
As part of their 10th anniversary celebration, Toronto-based independent record label company Arts & Crafts is releasing an entirely original album entitled X.
X will include 10 tracks of collaborative recordings by artists who are signed with the label, including Amy Millan, Feist, Ra Ra Riot, Stars, Broken Social Scene and others.
The full album will be released on May 28 and Arts & Crafts will announce the artist pairings on their website closer to the release date.
If you're looking for some relaxing, porch-sitting summertime music, look no further than The Vespers.
Comprised of two sibling duos - two sisters and two brothers - the folk-rock/Americana band has made a name for itself through word of mouth and heavy touring.
Through unique vocals and a variety of acoustic instruments, they've broken out of the underground Nashville scene and are officially doing U.S. tours.
Got weekend plans?
This year's event has quite the lineup, including The Black Keys, Hall and Oates, The Flaming Lips, Phoenix, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Smashing Pumpkins, Sheryl Crowe and Gavin Degraw, just to name a few.
Jessica Sanchez: Me, You & The Music - April 30
Lights: Siberia Acoustic - April 30
Kenny Chesney: Life On A Rock - April 30
LL Cool J: Authentic - April 30
Michael Buble: To Be Loved - April 23
Phoenix: Bankrupt - April 23
Lady Antebellum: Golden - May 7
Rod Stewart: Time - May 7
She & Him: Volume 3 - May 7
Vampire Weekend: Modern Vampires of the City - May 14
George Strait : Love Is Everything - May 14
Demi Lovato: Demi - May 14
When it comes to beatboxers, there are the haves and the have nots, the cans and absolutely-should-nots.
Beatboxer Mike Thompkins has turned his internal portable stereo into more than 128 million (yes, million) YouTube views, covering everyone from Coldplay to Taylor Swift ... simulating all the instruments with his own voice.
We think it's pretty darn impressive.
The latest artist to get his vocal treatment: Justin Timberlake.
Pearl and the Beard - 40K
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