IN OTHER NEWS
Paul McCartney’s fashion designer daughter, Stella McCartney, will be interviewed by President Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, November 13th at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City to benefit the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund. George Harrison’s widow, Olivia, is co-chairman of the event and David Bowie and his wife Iman are members of the host committee.
Producer Alan Douglas, who worked with Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and many others, died last week at his home in Paris. He was 81.
Gene Simmons went to see the new Tom Cruise movie, Edge of Tomorrow, and he says it was “pretty good. Maybe a seven out of 10.”
Moody Blues bassist John Lodge has set next March as the tentative time frame to release his new album, his first since 1977’s Natural Avenue, which has just been re-released.
Bono went to see the Eagles perform the other night in Dublin and went backstage to visit Joe Walsh during intermission.
Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook will tour the U.S. this fall in support of his latest release, Happy Ending. The tour starts September 23rd in Boston and runs through October 24th on Long Island, New York.