ADELE CONFIRMS BOND THEME
LONDON (AP) -- Adele will sing the next James Bond movie theme. Both the song and the movie are called "Skyfall." Adele says she was hesitant because of the instant spotlight that comes in doing a Bond song. She changed her mind because she fell in love with the script and fellow songwriter Paul Epworth had some great ideas, so she says it became a no-brainer. The song will premiere on her website at www.Adele.tv on Friday, the 50th anniversary of "Dr. No." The film "Skyfall" premieres November 9.
FALL OUT BOY'S PATRICK STUMP GETS MARRIED
NEW YORK (AP) -- Fall Out Boy singer Patrick Stump has gotten married. People magazine reports he married longtime girlfriend Elisa Yao in Chicago on Saturday.
"THE VOICE" WRAPS UP BLIND AUDITIONS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The teams are complete on "The Voice." Team Christina's last pickups were a 15-year-old who skipped her prom to audition and a 16-year-old who was offered a record deal that fell apart. Team Adam won over a woman with panic disorder so bad she sometimes passes out, and a teenager who sleeps on the couch in a cramped apartment with seven people. Team Blake recruited a teen singer whose mom drove her to Nashville 40 times in a year and a half to pursue music, and a 46-year-old who gave up music to raise his daughter. Team Cee Lo picked up the son of a bull rider and a former backup singer for Lady Gaga.
JOHN MELLENCAMP COMMENTS ON "JACK AND DIANE" MOVIE
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- John Mellencamp says he has nothing to do with a new film called "Jack and Diane." The film is running as video-on-demand. Mellencamp says his song does not appear in the movie, nor did he have anything to do with the title. Mellencamp says it's apparent the characters "were named with the hope that the familiar title might resonate in some people's minds." He says that's probably OK from a legal standpoint "but riding on someone else's coattails and having a moral compass is left up to each individual."
THE KILLERS' BRANDON FLOWERS SEES VOCAL COACH
NEW YORK (AP) -- Singer Brandon Flowers of The Killers has been taking vocal lessons. Flowers says he's not looking to become an opera singer, just to get better at using what he's got. He says his vocal coach knows his style and they're just working on fine-tuning. Flowers says it's helpful because it keeps him from blowing out his voice. The Killers have a new album out called "Battle Born."
GWAR REVEAL NEW GUITARIST
UNDATED (AP) -- Fans of Gwar, meet Pustulus Maximus. He's the cousin of late guitarist Flattus Maximus, who was found dead in his bunk on the Gwar tour bus last November. Pustulus will replace Flattus as guitarist in the band. Pustulus says in a statement, "At this point I have nothing to say to the press, even though I am talking to you. I will let my guitar speak for itself." Gwar singer Oderus Urungus says Pustulus is part of a huge tribe of brutish warriors and he showed up at their studio with a bloody guitar in hand.
IGGY AND THE STOOGES HAVE ODDBALL TOUR RIDER
UNDATED (AP) -- Iggy and The Stooges once again have one of the most entertaining tour riders in the business. The Smoking Gun website has posted a copy of their backstage demands, which includes references to eating the lighting director's entire family, punching Ron Howard and an idea for a reality show involving cooking dead dogs. The drummer requires an industrial fan because "he's practicing that scarf thing that they used to do in Bon Jovi and Heart videos." The rider also requests a Bob Hope impersonator, or seven dwarves, or taller people as long as they still wear the pointy hats, or a belly dancer.
JOHN DENVER'S CHARITY WILL CLOSE
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) -- The Windstar Land Conservancy founded by John Denver is shutting down. The foundation is looking to sell about 950 acres near Aspen, Colorado, that Denver bought in the late 1970s. Asking price: $13 million. The money will be donated to organizations with goals similar to Windstar's dealing with environmental education and helping the homeless. The foundation will close after that.
T-BOZ OF TLC GETS REALITY SHOW ON TLC
NEW YORK (AP) -- TLC singer T-Boz will get a reality show that will run on TLC. It's tentatively titled "Totally T-Boz." The show will follow T-Boz as she and Chilli work on the first new TLC record in nearly ten years. It will premiere early next year.
BROWN, GUETTA, LOVATO FEATURED ON "THIS IS HOW I MADE IT"
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- Chris Brown, David Guetta and Demi Lovato will explain how they got to be who they are in the new MTV series "This Is How I Made It." They will reveal how they realized they wanted to do music for a living and what they gave up to do it. Other episodes will feature the stories of Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz, Afrojack, B.o.B and Ciara. The series premieres October 13.
AXL ROSE DOES RARE TV INTERVIEW
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Axl Rose is going to do his first sit-down live TV interview in more than 20 years. He will appear on Jimmy Kimmel's show on October 24. Guns N' Roses will play a 12-night run of shows in Las Vegas beginning on Halloween.
FALLING IN REVERSE SINGER ARRESTED
JACKSON, N.J. (AP) -- Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey is banning metal concerts after police say the singer for the band Falling In Reverse threw microphone stands into the crowd. The Asbury Park Press quotes police as saying singer Ronnie Radke threw three microphone stands in the crowd during Saturday's show. A 16-year-old girl had a three-inch gash on her head, and a 24-year-old man was treated at the scene for unspecified injuries. Radke has been charged with simple assault. He was released on $25,000 bail. A Six Flags spokeswoman says it was the park's first metal concert and its last.
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