IN OTHER NEWS
Aerosmith, Ringo, Sting and more.
Sting and the cast of his Broadway musical, The Last Ship, will be on The Tonight Show Thursday.
Steven Tyler has a new manager, having signed with Larry Rudolph — who guides the careers of Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus.
Aerosmith‘s Tom Hamilton went to see Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band perform in Austin, Texas last Wednesday and stopped backstage for a visit.
The Doobie Brothers have been inducted into the International Entertainment Buyers Association Hall of Fame.
Apparently Target, Home Depot and Dairy Queen are not the only businesses being targeted by cyber hackers. Paul Rodgers‘ website was also a victim. A statement on his site says, “We have managed to isolate the compromised files and revert others back to their previous state… If you have ordered any products from our online store after October 3rd, we may not have a record of your order. We apologize for the inconvenience, but you will have to place your order again. This does not apply to any orders placed prior to October 3rd, 2014.”
Ted Nugent has received a $45,000 settlement from the organizers of the Clark County Fair in Ridgefield, Washington, which removed him from the line-up last April following protests from local residents who felt he wasn’t a good fit for the family-friendly event.
The Simple Minds will release their 16th album, Big Music, on November 3rd.