Have You Heard: The Rolling Stones, Garth Brooks, Dave Grohl, Drake, Zayn Malik

Stones documentary premiering at film festival … Garth tacks South Carolina stop onto fall routing … Mama Grohl pens a book about rockstar parents … Millions in jewelry stolen from Drake’s tour bus … Zayn Malik bails on Dubai show

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Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico

A film about The Rolling Stones’ recent trip across Latin America will be premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival Sept. 16 this year.

Director Paul Dugdale documented the experience for the movie “Olé Olé Olé” and a trailer was recently released to hype the masses.

The Stones embarked on a 10-city tour of Latin America earlier this year, which culminated in a landmark performance in Havana, Cuba, March 25. The island nation opened itself to Western cultural influences earlier in the year as restrictions between that country and the U.S. continue to be relaxed under the Obama and Castro administrations.

More information on the band and the film can be found at RollingStones.com.

Garth Brooks has added a stop in Charleston, S.C. to his fall plans, meaning he now has 12 dates lined up.

The show will be at  Oct. 22, currently the last stop on his routing. Garth last played in Charleston 19 years ago, so tickets will probably be in high demand. Speaking of tickets, they go on sale Sept. 16 at 10 a.m.

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Yankee Stadium, New York City.

In typical Garth fashion he has been announcing small numbers of dates in cities like Fresno and Anaheim and adding more performances as the initially announced nights start to sell out.

Garth takes the stage with his wife, Trisha Yearwood, at the  in Nashville tomorrow, and that really is a one-night only event. It is also totally sold out, so unless you have some serious juice in Music City you might want to just make the drive up to Charleston to see Garth.

Here is the full routing, with a special notation on Sept. 24, on which he is playing multiple shows:

Sept. 08 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
Sept. 16 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Sept. 17 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Sept. 18 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Sept. 23 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center
Sept. 24 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center (7 p.m./ 10:30 p.m.)
Sept. 25 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center
Oct. 06 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
Oct. 07 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
Oct. 08 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
Oct. 09 – Orlando, Fla., Amway Center
Oct. 22 – Charleston, S.C., Charleston Civic Center

GarthBrooks.com is your home for all things Garth.      

Dave Grohl’s mother, Virginia Grohl, has inked a book about what it takes to raise a rock star.

The book, titled From Cradle to the Stage: Stories from the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars is set to release April 25, with a foreword penned by Dave himself.

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"MusiCares Person Of The Year Gala," Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

Chronicling her experiences raising the Nirvana and Foo Fighters member, the book also includes interviews with mothers of Dr. Dre, Amy Winehouse, Beastie Boys’ Mike D. and Adam Levine.

Content of the book includes discussions of her worries about Dave’s future and his development in what can be a dangerous industry.

You can check out a description and pre-order the book here.

$3 million in jewelry was lifted from Drake and DJ Future the Prince’s tour bus in Phoenix.

Drizzy performed at  last night and a video from TMZ shows Drake understandably upset after learning about the robbery.

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Performing as part of the Summer Sixteen Tour at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Local police say the jewelry did not belong to Drake and multiple sources report the bling was that of DJ Future the Prince, not to be confused with rapper Future, who is also currently on tour with Drake.

Investigators report the theft occurred between 10:00 and 10:15 p.m. MST, when a suspect entered the bus and removed a briefcase containing the valuables.

Drake’s website is DrakeOfficial.com.

Former One Direction member Zayn Malik has axed his appearance in Dubai next month citing anxiety as the primary reason.

The show was set for the Oct. 7 at , but Malik penned a letter to fans saying that he has been experiencing extreme anxiety around major live solo performances, and did not feel comfortable taking the stage.

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Performing in Glasgow, Scotland, with One Direction.

Thomas Ovesen, CEO of 117Live, an organizer of the event, said “Whilst disappointed not to be hosting the planned Oct 7th. Dubai concert we appreciate Zayn’s honest apologies and wish him all the best for the future … we will be looking forward to sharing more of Zayn’s plans with his Middle East fans when we have such information and will now get the ticket refund process started!”

Malik performed in Carson in May and London in June, but currently has no more shows booked for the future. Learn more about the artist at InZayn.com.