One man is dead and at least two more are injured after a food vendor in eastern Tennessee drove his Toyota 4-Runner into the crowd following a Trace Adkins concert this past weekend. Jason Aldean, Eric Church on Drunken Fan Behavior The Saturday evening show was held at Trails End Campground, a popular spot for hunters and off-road ATV drivers in Huntsville, Tennessee. Hometown hero Anthony Smith, who’d written the hit title track for Adkins’ fourth album, Chrome , nearly 15 years prior, kicked off the evening, with Adkins taking the stage later that night. The concert doubled as the grand finale of the campgrounds’ first-annual Full Throttle Festival, a daylong event catering to ATV enthusiasts. Adkins had completed his performance and was already offstage for nearly an hour before the trouble began, according to his spokesperson
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A molestation lawsuit filed against the Michael Jackson estate by choreographer Wade Robson was dismissed Tuesday by a Los Angeles judge who ruled that Robson waited too long to seek legal action. Robson, who previously testified under oath that Jackson never molested him during the singer’s criminal trial in 2005, later sued the Jackson estate in May 2013, claiming Jackson molested him during a seven-year stretch that began in 1990 when Robson was seven, the New York Post reports . The Jackson estate had denied Robson’s allegations. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff wrote in his decision that Robson could file a lawsuit “only for a reasonable time period after any violence, intimidation or threatening conduct by the decedent ceases.” The alleged molestation occurred between 1990 and 1997; Robson waited 16 years before taking legal action
Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band have posted a video for the song ‘Controllers Destroyed’.
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson recorded vocals for a song on Jim Breuer’s upcoming rock album, the comedian giddily revealed during an interview on SiriusXM’s Opie and Jim Norton Show . AC/DC Shake Coachella With First Show in Six Years Breuer delivered his dead-on impression of Johnson throughout the story, relaying his grumblings about drummer Phil Rudd — who recently pleaded guilty to drug charges and threatening to kill a former assistant — and casual, masterful recording process. At their initial meeting, Breuer recalled playing the rocker a handful of tracks from the album before the producer presented the song he’d been slaving over for months in anticipation: “Brian turns on the music for like three seconds, says, ‘What’s the lyrics?’ He shows the lyrics and [Johnson] goes, ‘Eh! Bread and butter! See ya tomorrow.'” When Johnson and Breuer reconvened in the studio, instead of going into an isolated booth to record, Johnson set up in the room with the mixing board and just a microphone. “‘I don’t want no headphones — that’s fucking cheating!”‘ Breuer, as Johnson, said. “‘I’ll just stand here with a mic like I’m onstage.'” Breuer’s impression of Johnson did ultimately cause some confusion.
The multi-city Riot Fest has announced the first wave of artists that will invade Chicago, Denver and Toronto this summer. At the Chicago fest, No Doubt will headline alongside Faith No More, Modest Mouse, Iggy Pop, a still-unannounced act and Snoop Dogg, who will perform his classic Doggystyle in its entirety. Billy Idol, Tenacious D, Motörhead and Taking Back Sunday will also appear at the Windy City faction, taking place at Douglas Park September 11th through 13th. How George Clinton Taught Snoop Dogg the Meaning of ‘Dope’ Snoop Dogg isn’t the only artist digging into their catalog for a full album performance: Ice Cube & Guests will tackle N.W.A’s Straight Outta Compton , Rancid will run through …And Out Come the Wolves and the Academy Is will bring Almost Here to Denver. Riot Fest Chicago also boasts an incredible array of reggae legends (Jimmy Cliff, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Damian “Jr.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett has recalled how he and Peter Gabriel endured personal problems during the making of classic album The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway – and how they contributed to Gabriel’s departure the following year.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has recorded guest vocals on US comedian and impersonator Jim Breuer’s rock album – and it led to confusion during the session.
The inquiry over the death of blues icon B.B. King is on hold, officials have said.
Former Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar has laughed off David Lee Roth’s claim that performing songs from the Red Rocker’s era would present a “credibility issue.”
With 264 residents spread over six square miles, Sparta — a former railroad stop that sits 45 minutes south of Cincinnati — is one Kentucky’s smallest cities. Come August 28th, though, the local population will swell to more than 30,000, thanks to a new three-day music festival co-headlined by Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr., Brantley Gilbert and other country heavyweights. Summer 2015’s 50 Must-See Music Festivals Announced this morning, the NiFi Festival is the first in a series of national fests launched by Nitro Fidelity, a California-based entertainment group, and Speedway Motorsports, Inc., the auto racing corporation that owns eight of America’s most popular speedways. Working together, the two companies plan to host top-tier festivals at more than half of Speedway’s racing tracks over the next decade, including an event at the Texas Motor Speedway in 2016 and, if all goes according to plan, a Sonoma Speedway festival that could rival California-area events like Coachella and Outside Lands. The inaugural NiFi Fest, which kicks off August 28th at the Kentucky Speedway and runs through the 30th, will model itself after camping festivals like the upcoming Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee. Top Chef contestant Edward Lee is heading up the food operations, and Huka Entertainment’s A.J. Nyland — who helped launch festivals like Hangout and Tortuga — is booking the entertainment
Kiss frontman Paul Stanley is to launch a ‘lifestyle brand’ which will sell clothing, booze, cookware and home decor.
It had been nearly 20 years since jazz legend Ornette Coleman released a studio album when a new LP donning the saxophonist’s name titled New Vocabulary arrived quietly in 2014. A year later, Coleman has filed a federal lawsuit against Antibalas’ Jordan McLean and drummer Amir Ziv for releasing New Vocabulary without Coleman’s “consent or knowledge.” In the lawsuit, Coleman claims that he was introduced to trumpeter McLean, who worked on the Broadway musical Fela! , in 2009. Around that time, Coleman invited McLean and Ziv over to his house to “share his knowledge” of jazz.