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HOUSTON: Tommy Allsup, a guitarist best known for losing a coin toss that kept him off a plane that later crashed and killed rock ’n’ roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “Big Bopper” Richardson, has died. He was 85.
CHASKA, Minn.: The Minnesota judge overseeing Prince’s estate will wait for appeals to be exhausted before making a final determination on who will inherit a fortune that could be worth around $200 million, he said at a hearing Thursday.
LOS ANGELES: Grammy winner Richard Carpenter sued Universal Music Group on Wednesday for millions in royalties he contends are owed from licensing Carpenters songs for online services such as Apple’s iTunes.
President-elect Donald Trump met Tuesday with several black celebrities, including rap mogul and possible future presidential candidate Kanye West, to talk about some of the issues facing inner city African-Americans.
Every year, more and more pop stars tackle the Christmas album, hoping to soothe your ears with cheery songs and create timeless holiday music of their own, like Mariah Carey did with All I Want for Christmas Is You, released in 1994 but still popular today.
Lightning-rod pop-R&B superstar Beyonce has scored a field-leading nine Grammy Award nominations for her provocative Formation single and Lemonade album, the Recording Academy announced Tuesday morning. R&B and hip-hop artists Kanye West, Drake and Rihanna are hot on her heels, with eight apiece. And Chance the Rapper is right behind, with seven nominations his first year in the running.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.: An Alabama doctor is accused of illegally prescribing drugs that contributed to the overdose death of longtime 3 Doors Down guitarist Matt Roberts earlier this year, court documents show.
sLOS ANGELES: Leonard Cohen, the baritone-voiced Canadian singer-songwriter who seamlessly blended spirituality and sexuality in hits like “Hallelujah,” “Suzanne” and “Bird on a Wire,” has died at age 82.
Well, we’re all still here, the (remaining) trains are still running on time, chances are you had to go to work this morning, a latte at Starbucks is still way overpriced and the Browns are still the distillation and illustrated dictionary definition of terrible.
Beyonce conquered a stage she’s never performed on: The singer sang her twangy song Daddy Lessons alongside the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Association Awards on a night celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary.
Chrissie Hynde has been quite active recently. In the past two years, the lead singer and leader of (whoever she decides are currently) the Pretenders released her first solo album, Stockholm, and her memoir Reckless: My Life as a Pretender, which stirred some controversy over her comments about her rape.