IN OTHER NEWS
Journey performed "Don't Stop Believin'" with country artists Rascal Flats last night on the CMT Awards.
Joe Walsh performs on ABC's Good Morning America today. He released his new album, Analog Man, on Tuesday.
Bono was in Washington, D.C. Tuesday for an event marking Nancy Pelosi's 25 years in Congress. He even did a dead-on imitation of his friend, President Bill Clinton, when talking about his meetings with Bubba regarding his efforts to fight HIV/AIDS.
Police drummer Stewart Copeland says he's friends with Rush drummer Neil Peart, but is not a fan of Rush. "He's never heard me say a wonderful thing about his band," says Copeland. "He's read a few comments that I wish he hadn't read... There was a time when bands like Rush were the epitome of what the Police were theoretically against, which was an overemphasis on musicality."
Melissa Etheridge's divorce settlement with Tammy Lynn Michaels includes Michaels getting royalties from Etheridge's last album, The Awakening.