A 45-year-old man posed as Styles and would Skype with young girls.
Scott Weiland, the recently deposed ex-lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots went on an expletive-packed rant about being unceremoniously ousted from the multi-platinum rock act.
His neighbors are taking issue with the singer’s speeding through the streets of his gated Southern California community.
After learning that he’d been replaced by Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, Stone Temple Pilots fired frontman posted a letter to fans saying it’s not STP without him.
What may come has a surprise to many, is that “Somebody that I Used To Know” was formed around an obscure guitar riff from an artist only the hippest of jazz-loving parents will know.
3 Doors Down bassist, Robert Todd Harrell, was charged with vehicular homicide after a fatal crash in Nashville over the weekend.
Though M.I.A. and former fiancé Ben Bronfman split in early 2012, the aftershocks of the breakup are still being felt. Wednesday (March 13), the Sri Lankan singer/rapper posted a series of tweets calling out Bronfman, who is reportedly trying to gain full custody of their four-year-old son, Ikhyd Edgar Arular Bronfman.
With bands continually looking for ways to augment income in face of decreasing across-the-board record sales, brazen advertisers have allowed the Black Keys to turn commercial lawsuits into a lucrative revenue stream.
A man posing as Stevie Wonder’s nephew and his accomplice have been charged with attempted extortion of the R&B superstar this week, the Los Angeles Times reports.
James Taylor is the latest artist to sue his former label over digital royalties (among other things), on a contract that was in place long before the MP3 was even conceived.