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Glenn Cornick, founding Jethro Tull bassist, dies


Glenn Cornick, who played bass on Jethro Tull‘s first three albums, has died. He was 67. The news was broken on their website early this morning in a post written by leader Ian Anderson. The Miami Herald notes that he died in his home of congestive heart failure and was receiving hospice care. Anderson wrote: It is with great sadness that we learned today of the ... Read More »



IN OTHER NEWS     KISS, Queen, George Harrison and Santana Details about the new George Harrison box set, The Apple Years 1968 – 75, will be announced this morning (Tuesday) at 9 a.m. ET. Lady Gaga joined Queen + Adam Lambert again on stage Saturday in Melbourne, Australia and last night (Monday) in Brisbane. Like last Wednesday in Sydney, ... Read More »

Undercover Elton?

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ELTON: Covert Operation? He reportedly helps rescue a family from the Ukraine. There is a report that Elton John helped orchestrate the evacuation of a Ukraine family from their homeland over the weekend due to the conflict in that region. The mission to save six-year old Lev Ageyev, his seven-year old brother and their grandmother is believed to have taken ... Read More »

New Movie.

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BEACH BOYS: Al Jardine Discusses Working with Brian Wilson Al Jardine discusses two of the women Brian Wilson sang about in their Beach Boys days. Even though he sang lead on “Help Me Rhonda,” Al Jardine still doesn’t know who Rhonda was — or wasn’t. Before last weekend’s show with Brian WIlson‘s band, Jardine told Riverside, California’s Press Enterprise that ... Read More »

Tour Continues.

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MOODY BLUES: Rising to Number-Two     Justin Hayward‘s new live DVD debuts at number-two on Billboard. Moody Blues‘ frontman Justin Hayward has himself the number-two DVD this week as his new live release, Spirits…Live – Live at the Buckhead Theater, Atlanta, debuts there on the Billboard chart. Filmed last year in Atlanta, Hayward says, “During that tour I thought, ... Read More »

New Tour?

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AC/DC: If the Stones Can Do It…     Phil Rudd is pretty sure AC/DC will mount a tour shortly. AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd can’t officially say that the band will soon hit the road, but he’s certainly not denying it. “I can’t really offer anything official, but I’m pretty sure something’s gonna happen in the not-too-distant future,” says Rudd. ... Read More »