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MUSIC NEWS: WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017

MUSIC NEWS: WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017

 

CONCERT SECURITY - WINNIPEG

 

Security is being enhanced at Winnipeg's MTS Centre in the wake of the fatal bombing at an Ariana Grande show in Manchester, England. 

True North Sports and Entertainment will start by bringing in an explosives specialty dog for a sold-out Red Hot Chili Peppers show this Friday. 

Kevin Donnelly of True North tells CTV Winnipeg that the Manchester bombing, which killed at least 22 people and wounded dozens more, ``changes everything.'' 

He says terrorist attacks have also taken place at shopping malls, train stations, airports and sporting events. 

He says True North is always looking to ``increase, enhance and stay current'' with security standards around the world. 

True North partners with the Winnipeg Police Service to provide security at large events.

 

(CTV Winnipeg)

 

Tragically Hip CBC

The Tragically Hip's momentous final show of last year's ``Man Machine Poem'' tour is getting an encore broadcast on CBC-TV next month. 

The national broadcaster says it plans to reair ``The Tragically Hip: A National Celebration'' on June 24. 

Running nearly three hours, the Kingston, Ont., concert last August featured the band performing their biggest hits to a sold-out hometown crowd. 

It was widely believed to the Hip's final show as lead singer Gord Downie battles terminal brain cancer. 

It was a ratings boon for the network, with the original airing averaging 4.04 million viewers. 

Fans hosted viewing parties across the country and some local communities held public screenings and afternoon entertainment in the lead-up to the show. 

The CBC had originally told viewers the concert would be a one-time event that wouldn't be rebroadcast again or made available on demand. 

Sally Catto, general manager of programming at CBC Television, says the network changed its mind, deciding another showing would be the ``perfect way to kick off the summer.''  

(The Canadian Press)

 

ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT-KAREN DAVID

 

One of first confirmed victims of Monday's terrorist attack in Manchester is being fondly remembered by Toronto-raised actress Karen David. David -- the star of the T-V series ``Once Upon a Time'' -- says she just met 18-year-old Georgina Callander last month. Callander was a fan of David's character on the hit T-V series and the two kept in touch on Twitter. After hearing of Georgina's death, David says she found messages from the teen that she hadn't yet answered. Speaking with the Canadian Press, David described Georgina as lovely, bubbly young lady and that her death stirs a lot of anger. David also posted a message on her Facebook page addressed to Callander and her family.

Monday's attack killed Callander and 21 other people and injured another 59, many critically. 

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ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT BLAST - MOVING FORWARD

 

When it comes to most music performers, the old adage ``the show must go on'' seems to be holding up. However, it still isn't clear whether Ariana Grande's world tour will be among the shows that continue on _ after being the target of a terrorist strike at her concert in Manchester, England on Monday night.

Grande's reps are disputing reports that the singer is calling off the rest of her world tour. At the same time, they aren't confirming that it will continue. Grande's next performance on her tour is set for tomorrow in London. There has been no official word on whether it will take place. Other acts who have gigs in Europe this summer say they aren't changing their plans. Among those who say they'll honor their deals are Celine Dion, Guns N' Roses, Phil Collins and Iron Maiden. Those attending can expect face tighter security than they'd usually find at a concert. For example, London's O-2 arena urges patrons to arrive early -- and leave large bags at home. 

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ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT BLAST - EYEWITNESSES

 

For many pre-teen fans of Ariana Grande, Monday was shaping up as an unforgettable night -- but not in the way it turned out. For many, seeing the American pop star was a dream come true _ and remained so until just moments after Grande said goodnight left the stage. That's when a terrorist detonated a bomb. The mother of 11-year-old Rihanna Hardy says she and her husband traveled 140 miles to see the show. But after the bomb went off and people were scurrying to find the exits, her father says his daghter ``just kept asking every five or 10 seconds, `Are we going to die'.'' She and her family came through the harrowing ordeal -- but 22 people didn't make it out alive. 

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ARIANA GRANDE TOUR IN QUESTION

 

Ariana Grande has not called off or postponed her tour, but it's uncertain if she will play London tomorrow as planned. Twenty-two people were killed and 59 injured as a suicide bomber attacked the end of Grande's concert in Manchester, England, on Monday. The youngest victim identified was 8 years old. Grande tweeted after the show, ``broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.'' 

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BOMBER IDENTIFIED IN CONCERT ATTACK

 

 Investigators are looking for possible accomplices to the suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, on Monday. Manchester police believe the bomber is 22-year-old Salman Abadi. A European security official says Abadi was a Briton of Libyan descent. A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident.

U-S intelligence director Dan Coats says it has not been verified that the Islamic State is responsible, although the group is claiming responsibility.

 

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TAKE THAT POSTPONE CONCERTS IN MANCHESTER

 

Officials at Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, have announced the Take That concerts scheduled there for this week are on hold while police investigate the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande (GRAHN'-day) concert there on Monday.

Take That were supposed to play Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the arena. The group called off their show in Liverpool last night out of respect for the victims. 

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SOME SHOWS CANCEL, SOME STILL GO ON IN ENGLAND AFTER BOMBING

 

Blondie has called off a show in Britain, while the show must go on for Simple Minds. Blondie called off its show in London last night out of respect for victims of the bombing at Ariana Grande's (GRAHN'-dayz) concert in Manchester, England, on Monday. Simple Minds still played their gig in Manchester last night. Il Volo kept their date in London last night.

The Parklife Festival, featuring Frank Ocean, Run The Jewels, Fatboy Slim and Manchester natives The 1975, will still be staged in Manchester on June 10-11. Celine Dion, Iron Maiden, Phil Collins and Guns N' Roses plan to keep their upcoming British concert dates as planned. 

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TERROR LEVEL RAISED IN BRITAIN AFTER ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT BOMBING

 

 British Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain's terrorism threat level has been raised to critical.

That means another attack may be imminent. May says Salman Abadi, who is believed to be the suicide bomber at Monday's Ariana Grande

concert, may have been part of a bigger network. May says critical status means armed soldiers may be deployed instead of police at public events. 

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PETER HOOK'S DAUGHTER WAS AT ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT

 

The daughter of Peter Hook of New Order and of Joy Division was at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester but was not injured. Hook tweets his daughter made it home safe. He adds that his heart goes out to all parents and those involved, and he urges Manchester to ``stay strong.'' A suicide bomber killed 22 people at the end of Grande's show on Monday. 

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RISE AGAINST REACT TO ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT TRAGEDY

 

Ariana Grande and Rise Against couldn't be further apart on the music spectrum, but Rise Against singer Tim McIlrath (MAK'-il-rath) still felt a particular twinge of sadness hearing the news of tragedy at Grande's show. McIlrath says he's familiar with Grande's music because he has two daughters. He's taken them to pop concerts and he says, ``Nothing could be more innocent.'' McIlrath says it's especially devastating that a suicide bomber targeted Grande's concert because her audience is mostly young people, what he calls ``such an innocent place of music.''

McIlrath says the bombing will not affect how he approaches his concerts because musicians need to stay strong. 

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MEEK MILL SUED OVER CONCERT SHOOTINGS

 

The families of three men shot outside a Meek Mill concert are suing Mill and the concert venue.

Thirty-one-year-old Travis Ward and 20-year-old Jaquan Graves were killed, and 25-year-old Nathan Mitchell was among two people injured outside a December show at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Connecticut. Mitchell and the families of Ward and Graves accuse Mill and the theater of inadequate security measures. The lawsuit says Mill's lyrics incite violence and there have been shootings at two of his other concerts. Representatives for Mill and for the theater did not return requests for comment. The amount of damages being sought in the lawsuit was not disclosed. No one was arrested in the shootings. 

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(The Associated Press)

 

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Manitoba based Singer Songwriter "Richard Inman" performs in Dauphin this evening!

Monday, 20 November 2017 09:01
Manitoba based Singer Songwriter

Don’t miss Manitoba Singer Songwriter Richard Inman live in an intimate concert at Bruce’s Firehouse in Dauphin, tonight starting at 8pm. Admission: $20 in advance or at the door. Doors open at 7:30, showtime is 8pm, for more info call 204-648-4834. 

MUSIC NEWS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

Monday, 20 November 2017 08:26
MUSIC NEWS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

 

MUSIC NEWS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

 

MEL TILLIS DIES

 

Pam Tillis is ``deeply saddened'' at the death of her father, Mel Tillis, over the weekend. Pam Tillis calls her father's passing ``sudden and unexpected.'' She says in a statement on Facebook her father was ``a master songwriter, brilliant comedian and beloved father.'' Mel Tillis died early yesterday at a hospital in Ocala, Florida, at the age of 85. He dealt with intestinal issues since last year, but the suspected cause of death is respiratory failure. His publicist says the Tillis family will release information about funeral services in Florida and Nashville. 

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MEL TILLIS TURNED HIS STUTTER TO HIS ADVANTAGE

 

Mel Tillis once joked as an Air Force flight leader, he marched his airmen into a wall because he couldn't get out the word ``halt.'' Tillis was famous for a stutter that disappeared when he sang. Tillis poked fun at it and would work it into his show because he said it was his trademark. His stutter kept him from getting a record deal early in his career, so he turned to songwriting. He wrote ``Detroit City'' for Bobby Bare, ``Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town,'' for Kenny Rogers and the First Edition and ``Thoughts of a Fool'' for George Strait. Tillis had more than 30 top ten country hits as a singer, including ``I Ain't Never,'' ''Good Woman Blues`` and ''Coca Cola Cowboy.`` Tillis died early yesterday at the age of 85. 

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COUNTRY SINGERS REACT TO MEL TILLIS' DEATH

 

Bobby Bare says he would not have had a career if it weren't for Mel Tillis. Tillis wrote ``Detroit City'' for Bare, and Bare says he's lost a brother. Randy Travis calls Tillis ``a special friend, great artist and constant inspiration.'' John Rich says he and Tillis were ``laughin' buddies.'' Tim Rushlow says Tillis was ``humble, kind, gracious and funny.'' Blake Shelton says Tillis was ``a funny, funny guy'' and helped Shelton keep is head on straight. Naomi Judd says, ``There are standup comedians and then there's Mel Tillis.''

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AC/DC GUITARIST MALCOLM YOUNG DIES

 

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young said as long as the songs kept coming, AC/DC would be there to play them. Young said in an Associated Press interview from September, 2000 he didn't want to tour as a nostalgic act, but as long as there was still good music coming through, he wanted to continue. Young had to drop out of daily activities with the band three years ago while he dealt with dementia. AC/DC confirms Young died peacefully but details of his death were not given. Young was 64. It's been a tough month for the Young family lately. Their older brother, guitarist George Young of The Easybeats, died less than a month ago. 

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MUSICIANS MOURN MALCOLM YOUNG

 

Paul Stanley of Kiss calls AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young ``the driving engine'' of the band and ``a sometimes unsung icon.'' Eddie Van Halen says he had some of the best times of his life with Young on their 1984 tour of Europe. Lars Ulrich says Young was an integral part to the soundtrack of his life. Tom Morello calls Young the ``number one greatest rhythm guitarist in the entire history of rock n roll.'' Scott Ian of Anthrax posted a photo of his tattoo of Young and says what Young means to him is ``unquantifiable.'' Disturbed tweet, ``No words. Just tears.'' Young died at the age of 64, but AC/DC did not give details of his death. 

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DOCTORS LOOKING FOR NEW LIVER FOR DAVID CASSIDY

 

David Cassidy's publicist says there is nothing ``imminent'' about his condition, but he remains hospitalized with liver and kidney failure near Fort Lauderdale, Florida. JoAnn Geffen says Cassidy, who is 67, is in a private room and conscious. She says doctors are hoping to find another liver for him. Cassidy was taken to the hospital on Wednesday. Earlier this year, Cassidy said he was ending his career because he's dealing with dementia that runs in his family. 

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BUSINESSWOMAN MUST PAY KATY PERRY FOR INTERFERING WITH CONVENT SALE

 

A jury has found a businesswoman interfered with Katy Perry's attempt to buy a convent sitting on a hilltop in Los Angeles. On Friday, a jury decided Dana Hollister should pay the archdiocese of Los Angeles $3.47 million and Perry $1.57 million for forcing them to pay huge lawyer fees and other costs. Perry wanted to buy the 8-acre property, and the sale was approved by the archbishop of Los Angeles. Hollister tried to buy the property from two nuns who live there. A judge voided that sale, saying the nuns did not have the authority to sell. While the archdiocese has approved the sale to Perry, the Vatican still needs to finalize it. 

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AMAS: LINKIN PARK ACCEPTS AWARD ON BEHALF OF CHESTER BENNINGTON

 

It was no surprise that Linkin Park won the American Music Award for favourite alternative artist last night, but it was a surprise that they were there to accept it. The band has kept a low profile since the suicide of singer Chester Bennington in July. Singer Mike Shinoda says they dedicate the award to Bennington's talent and joy. He urged everyone, whether a fan or an artist, to take a moment to appreciate what they've got and make Bennington proud. 

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AMAS: DIANA ROSS ACCEPTS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, FANNY PACK

 

What's up with Diana Ross accepting a fanny pack on stage at the American Music Awards? It's because she grabbed attention last week for losing one. Ross had tweeted gushy thank-yous to whoever had returned the fanny pack she lost while shopping at a Marshall's in Los Angeles. Ross won the lifetime achievement award at the AMAs last night. She sang a medley of her hits and brought on stage the members of her family, as well as Smokey Robinson and Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. She was nearly upstaged by her grandson busting a move behind her as she sang. 

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AMAS: THE POSITIVE MESSAGE

 

Winners and performers at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles last night tried to push a message of optimism. Singer Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, who won the pop/rock group award, says the nation needs to progress to love and equality. Lady Gaga, who won for favourite pop/rock female, says those who feel different or misunderstood should fight for what they believe in. Pink and Kelly Clarkson opened the show with a rendition of ``Everybody Hurts'' as a tribute to first responders in a year full of tragedies and disasters. Demi Lovato introduced her song ``Sorry Not Sorry'' by urging people to rise above hate and never being sorry for who they are. 

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AMAS: THE WINNERS

 

Here are the winners at last night's American Music Awards in Los Angeles:

 

_ Artist of the year: Bruno Mars.

 

_ New artist of the year: Niall Horan.

 

_ Collaboration of the year: Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber, ``Despacito.''

 

_ Video of the year: Bruno Mars, ``That's What I Like.''

 

_ Tour of the year: Coldplay.

 

_ Favorite pop/rock male artist: Bruno Mars.

 

_ Favorite pop/rock female artist: Lady Gaga.

 

_ Favorite pop/rock duo or group: Imagine Dragons.

 

_ Favourite country male artist: Keith Urban.

 

_ Favorite country female artist: Carrie Underwood.

 

_ Favourite country duo or group: Little Big Town.

 

_ Favorite rap/hip-hop artist: Drake.

 

_ Favorite soul/R&B male artist: Bruno Mars.

 

_ Favorite soul/R&B female artist: Beyonce.

 

_ Favorite alternative rock artist: Linkin Park.

 

_ Favorite adult contemporary artist: Shawn Mendes.

 

_ Favorite Latin artist: Shakira.

 

_ Favorite contemporary inspirational artist: Lauren Daigle.

 

_ Favorite electronic dance music artist: The Chainsmokers.

 

_ Top soundtrack: ``Moana.''

 

_ Lifetime Achievement Award: Diana Ross.

 

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LIZ PHAIR GETS TWO-BOOK DEAL

 

Liz Phair is working on two books. Random House has announced Phair will write a memoir called ``Horror Stories''

that will be about fame, parenthood and love. A release date was not given _ and there are no details on the second book. Phair says the stories come from the deepest part of her and she's been immersed in writing. 

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CARPENTERS ALBUMS RE-MASTERED ON VINYL

 

Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters rarely listens to his own music. He says with a laugh, ``I've heard our stuff plenty.'' He says friends look at the records on his jukebox and say, ``Where are yours?'' Twelve of The Carpenters' albums have been re-mastered and pressed onto 180-gram vinyl. They were released Friday. Carpenter says he had to listen to his own music to approve the re-masters, and the thing that struck him was ``how marvelously talented'' his sister, Karen, was.

Carpenter says she was ``an honest-to-God singer, before any Auto-tuning, or anything else.'' 

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GARTH BROOKS CONSIDERS THAT MAYBE HIS STORIES ARE NOT QUITE RIGHT

 

 One of Garth Brooks' biggest fears while telling his life story is that maybe he's been telling it wrong. Brooks just released the multimedia package ``Garth Brooks: The Anthology Part 1

- The First Five Years,'' part one of five about his life. Brooks says he's been telling stories his whole career and he was scared to go back to find out maybe things did not happen exactly as he's been telling them. Brooks says if he could tell anything to the Brooks of 1989, he'd tell himself he's full of baloney. 

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GREEN DAY RELEASES ``GREATEST HITS''

 

Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong says their latest retrospective is not a bookend, but ``a book of short stories.'' ''Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band`` covers 30 years of Green Day songs and Armstrong says it's the perfect time to release it. He says they're young enough that they still have another lifetime in front of them. He calls it the perfect soundtrack for the ''age of outrage.`` The collection is out now. 

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NICK CAVE MAKES ``PRINCIPLED STAND'' TO PLAY ISRAEL

 

Nick Cave says he is going to play Israel because he loves the Israeli people and because he wants to make a ``principled stand'' against ``anyone who wants to censor and silence musicians.'' Cave said in a news conference in Jerusalem yesterday the anti-Israel boycott movement is trying to bully musicians. He says music producer Brian Eno asked him three years ago to sign a boycott list but, in Cave's words, ``There was something that stunk to me about that list.'' Roger Waters is one of the highest-profile musicians to boycott playing Israel. Cave played Tel Aviv last night and will do so again tonight. 

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(The Canadian Press)

MUSIC NEWS: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017

Friday, 17 November 2017 08:29
MUSIC NEWS: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017

MUSIC NEWS: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017

 

NEIL YOUNG - MUSIC ARCHIVE

 

Neil Young promises to open his music archive for free on Dec. 1st. Young writes on Facebook that fans will be able to ``visit and experience every song I have ever released in the highest quality your machine will allow.'' It dates back to his first single released in Canada in 1963. Young's new album, ``The Visitor,'' will be released that same day.

 

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FIVE FOR FIGHTING - CHRISTMAS SONG

 

Five For Fighting singer John Ondrasik was talking with musician Jim Brickman about how they didn't want to ``just want to regurgitate another Christmas song.''

They both had done work for military causes, so they decided to write a holiday song for them called ``Christmas Where You Are.''

Ondrasik says his work with the military has been rewarding, but people are surprised to learn he has no family connection to the military. He says after 9-11, he got letters from soldiers in Iraq telling him how much his song ``Superman'' meant to them and that sparked his interest in helping them. ``Christmas Where You Are'' is on Brickman's new album, ``A Joyful Christmas.'' 

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AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS - PREVIEW

 

Kelly Clarkson and Pink will open the American Music Awards on Sunday. Other performers include Lady Gaga, Florida Georgia Line, Khalid , Imagine Dragons and Demi Lovato.

Diana Ross also will perform and get a lifetime achievement award.

Whoever wins artist of the year will win it for the first time. The contenders are Bruno Mars, The Chainsmokers, Toronto rapper Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran. Mars leads the nominations with eight. A-B-C will carry the awards live from Los Angeles. 

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BONO - LITHUANIA INVITE

 

The mayor of a town in Lithuania where Bono supposedly owns a shopping mall has invited Bono to visit it.

Alvydas Katinas, the mayor of Utena in northeastern Lithuania, says he wrote to Bono to invite him to see the Ausra shopping centre.

Bono was named in the so-called Paradise Papers, documents that detail tax dodging by multinationals and wealthy individuals.

According to the documents, Bono is a part owner of the mall due to low-tax investments in Malta. Katinas says Bono has never visited Lithuania and he could help promote the town. 

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``THOR: RAGNORAK'' - ``IMMIGRANT SONG'' SALES

 

Led Zeppelin's ``Immigrant Song'' is seeing a sales boost, thanks to the new ``Thor'' movie. Billboard reports 18-thousand downloads of the song were sold in the week after ``Thor: Ragnorak '' opened two weeks ago, compared to the previous week's sales of about two-thousand. The song is featured in the movie. ``Immigrant Song'' was featured in the movie's trailer that came out in April and it sold seven-thousand copies that week. 

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CARRIE UNDERWOOD - OKLAHOMA HALL OF FAME

 

Carrie Underwood's broken wrist has cost her a home-state honour. The Oklahoma City Oklahoman reports Underwood was not inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame last night because she was unable to attend. Hall of Fame officials say Underwood will be eligible to be nominated again and will be considered for a future class. Underwood injured herself in a fall at her home in Nashville last Friday. 

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TAYLOR SWIFT - SETS SALES MARK

 

In just four days, Taylor Swift's new album has sold more traditional albums than any other release this year.

Billboard reports ``reputation,'' moved 1.05-million copies in the first four days after its Nov. 10 release. Before Swift released her album, Ed Sheeran's ``Divide'' was the year's bestselling album, with 919-thousand units sold. Number three is Kendrick Lamar's ``Damn.'' It has sold 842-thousand units. 

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TAYLOR SWIFT - SURPRISE

 

Right on the heels of Billboard's report that her ``reputation'' album moved more than one-million copies in its first four days, we get word of a surprise she gave some fans in Tennessee. The Nashville Tennessean reports the superstar singer chronicled a run she made through a local Target store. She stopped by to pick up a few things, including that new album. She says she has a tradition of visiting the store to buy her album when a new one comes out. 

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``DESPACITO'' - LATIN GRAMMYS

 

The global hit ``Despacito'' was the big winner at the Latin Grammy Awards. It made good on all four of its nominations, including record and song of the year.

Singer-songwriter Luis Fonsi dedicated his awards to his native Puerto Rico, as did several other artists throughout the three-hour show, which opened with a moment of silence for the storm-ravaged island. 

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MEEK MILL - APPEAL

 

Among the arguments Meek Mills' lawyers are offering in their plea to get him out of prison is the fact that neither his probation officer nor a prosecutor thought he should go back to prison. His lawyers have filed an appeal asking for Mill's probation to be terminated. Last week, Judge Genece Brinkley sentenced Mill to two to four years in prison for violating probation in a gun and drug case. Brinkley cited a failed drug test, failure to comply with a court order restricting his travel and two other unrelated arrests. Because Mill is a celebrity, he's in protective custody in state prison, but the only housing for protective custody there is solitary confinement, according to the motion. On Tuesday, Mill's lawyers asked Brinkley to recuse herself from the case, saying she's overstepped her bounds as a judge. They say among other things, Brinkley asked Mill to remake the Boyz II Men song ``On Bended Knee'' and mention her in it. 

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NOTHING BUT THIEVES - SEXUAL ASSAULT CLAIMS

 

Nothing But Thieves says they ``100 per cent deny'' allegations of sexual assault. The band says in a statement they were advised not to address false allegations that have circulated on social media, but they say they could not idly sit by.

They say the past week has been one of the most difficult of their career and add that ``being demonized and subject to so much hate over things that are false is incredibly upsetting.'' They are considering legal action. A Nothing But Thieves concert sponsored by the British magazine New Music Express was called off this week in response to the allegations. 

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HALSEY - CALLS OFF SHOW

 

Halsey says she needs to take a few days from her tour to gain her composure, but she's not saying what's wrong.

Billboard magazine reports Halsey stopped her concert in Calgary, mid-set, and the rest was cancelled. Wednesday's show in Edmonton was called off. Halsey apologizes on Instagram and says very few things in the world would make her stop a show. She promises to make it up to her Canadian fans. Halsey intends to be good to go for the Minneapolis concert tomorrow. 

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MARIAH CAREY - CANCELS CONCERTS

 

Mariah Carey is calling off the first few shows of her ``All I Want For Christmas'' tour because she's sick. She writes on social media she had the flu last week and now has an upper respiratory infection. The tour was supposed to begin tonight in Windsor, Ontario. While Carey does not state which dates are affected, her website indicates her next scheduled date is Nov. 27th in New York. 

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(The Associated Press)

 

 

SINGER/SONGWRITER RICHARD INMAN PLAYS BRUCE'S FIREHOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST

Thursday, 16 November 2017 08:33
SINGER/SONGWRITER RICHARD INMAN PLAYS BRUCE'S FIREHOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST

 

 

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Richard InmanWinnipeg, Manitoba

Richard Inman is quickly becoming a staple of Winnipeg’s folk and country scene. With a rich baritone voice and delicate musical touch, he crafts mature songs that feel at once deeply familiar and bracingly fresh.

Between relentless gigging and a residency at the legendary Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club, Richard has proven himself a savvy songwriter and true prairie gem.