Mick Jagger 'Deeply Upset' Over Leaked Court Documents

Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones are "deeply upset" about confidential court documents being leaked in their insurance dispute over canceled shows in Australia and New Zealand. The confidential docs noted that Jagger suffered from "acute traumatic stress disorder" and was advised to not perform following the death of Jagger's longtime partner L'Wren Scott.

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Mick Jagger 'Deeply Upset' Over Leaked Court Documents

Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones are "deeply upset" about confidential court documents being leaked in their insurance dispute over canceled shows in Australia and New Zealand. The confidential docs noted that Jagger suffered from "acute traumatic stress disorder" and was advised to not perform following the death of Jagger's longtime partner L'Wren Scott.

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Mick Fleetwood Got Permission To Pee On The White House Lawn

Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac says that he once urinated on the lawn of the White House as Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary stood nearby. Mick tells the Guardian that he was at a 2001 concert, suffering from a nagging bladder. "I was dying to pee, and I didn't have time to go back to the house before we appeared."

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Mick Fleetwood Got Permission To Pee On The White House Lawn

Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac says that he once urinated on the lawn of the White House as Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary stood nearby. Mick tells the Guardian that he was at a 2001 concert, suffering from a nagging bladder. "I was dying to pee, and I didn't have time to go back to the house before we appeared."

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Rush Uncertain On Touring In 2015

Rush bass player Geddy Lee says that the band has no certain plans to tour in 2015. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Lee said that Alex Lifeson's spring announcement that the band was planning a 41st anniversary trek was premature. "We're still talking," he said. "Everybody has a different idea how they want to spend the next couple of years . . ."

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Rush Uncertain On Touring In 2015

Rush bass player Geddy Lee says that the band has no certain plans to tour in 2015. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Lee said that Alex Lifeson's spring announcement that the band was planning a 41st anniversary trek was premature. "We're still talking," he said. "Everybody has a different idea how they want to spend the next couple of years . . ."

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David Bowie Releases Video For 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)'

David Bowie has released the music video for "Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)," a single from his upcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The video, directed by Tom Hingston and Jimmy King, features Bowie singing while the song's lyrics are projected against the wall of a black-and-white alley.

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David Bowie Releases Video For 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)'

David Bowie has released the music video for "Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)," a single from his upcoming compilation, Nothing Has Changed. The video, directed by Tom Hingston and Jimmy King, features Bowie singing while the song's lyrics are projected against the wall of a black-and-white alley.

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KISS To Perform At Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

KISS have been added to the lineup of the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 27. The show airs on NBC, and will feature them performing while surrounded by 600 cheerleaders. "2014 has been a banner year for us and participating in one of the country's most beloved events caps off what has truly been a spectacular 40th anniversary. We can't wait to rock the Big Apple."

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KISS To Perform At Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

KISS have been added to the lineup of the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 27. The show airs on NBC, and will feature them performing while surrounded by 600 cheerleaders. "2014 has been a banner year for us and participating in one of the country's most beloved events caps off what has truly been a spectacular 40th anniversary. We can't wait to rock the Big Apple."

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Bono's Plane Suffers Mid-Flight Malfunction

U2 singer Bono had a scary moment last week when the Learjet he was passenger on lost a door. According to ABC News, the plane lost its luggage door at 8,000 feet. Fortunately, the aircraft was able to land safely in Berlin and there were no injuries. "The Learjet lost a door where the luggage was put in," the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation told ABC.

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Bono's Plane Suffers Mid-Flight Malfunction

U2 singer Bono had a scary moment last week when the Learjet he was passenger on lost a door. According to ABC News, the plane lost its luggage door at 8,000 feet. Fortunately, the aircraft was able to land safely in Berlin and there were no injuries. "The Learjet lost a door where the luggage was put in," the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation told ABC.

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Paul McCartney Tribute Album Streaming

The Art of McCartney, a various artists tribute album, is currently streaming in its entirety via YouTube. The 34-cut record features today's hottest stars performing songs by Paul McCartney. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, it took producer Ralph Sall more than a decade to collect the massive chunk of performances.

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Paul McCartney Tribute Album Streaming

The Art of McCartney, a various artists tribute album, is currently streaming in its entirety via YouTube. The 34-cut record features today's hottest stars performing songs by Paul McCartney. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, it took producer Ralph Sall more than a decade to collect the massive chunk of performances.

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Pink Floyd's David Gilmour Thinks Modern Music Is 'Formulaic'

Pink Floyd's David Gilmour can't find much on the radio he likes these days, telling CNN that contemporary music "is very formulaic." "God, I'm going to sound like a grumpy old man. Modern music, to me, is very formulaic," he began. "My children, who are now in their late teens and in their twenties, all went through phases of thinking the Beatles were the greatest thing . . ."

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Pink Floyd's David Gilmour Thinks Modern Music Is 'Formulaic'

Pink Floyd's David Gilmour can't find much on the radio he likes these days, telling CNN that contemporary music "is very formulaic." "God, I'm going to sound like a grumpy old man. Modern music, to me, is very formulaic," he began. "My children, who are now in their late teens and in their twenties, all went through phases of thinking the Beatles were the greatest thing . . ."

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J. Geils Band On Tour Without J. Geils

J. Geils Band kick off their Houseparty tour on November 14 at Detroit's Fillmore without their namesake guitarist J. Geils. Present for the tour will be original members Peter Wolf (vocals), Seth Justman (keyboards), Danny Klein (bass) and Magic Dick (harmonica).

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J. Geils Band On Tour Without J. Geils

J. Geils Band kick off their Houseparty tour on November 14 at Detroit's Fillmore without their namesake guitarist J. Geils. Present for the tour will be original members Peter Wolf (vocals), Seth Justman (keyboards), Danny Klein (bass) and Magic Dick (harmonica).

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