-- An official lineup for the official closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games has not been announced, but Muse revealed that they will be performing at the event. Makes sense, considering that they also recorded 'Survival,' the official song of the games. [FMQB]

-- Charles Bradley recently attended the premiere of 'Soul of America,' a documentary that doesn't hold back as it delves into the soul-revival singer's difficult life leading up to his music career, but he didn't stick around to catch the end of the flick. "I couldn't keep my composure," he says. "I had to get out of there." [Spinner]

-- The Fleetwood Mac tribute album, 'Just Tell Me You Want Me,' which features tunes from MGMT, Lee Ranaldo and J Mascis, St. Vincent with ex-Shudder to Think singer Craig Wedren and many more, is now streaming online. Who does the best Stevie Nicks? [Death + Taxes]

-- What could the Black Keys and Aerosmith possibly have in common? If nothing else, both have now rocked out with Johnny Depp: The Keys hit the stage with the actor recently at the MTV Video Music Awards, and on Monday he joined Steven Tyler and the boys to perform the blues standard 'Train Kept A-Rolli'' at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

-- Possibly forever turning his back on his hardcore punk roots once and for all, Ted Leo has announced a solo, sans-Pharmacists tour alongside pop singer-songwriter Aimee Mann. [spacelab]