IN OTHER NEWS
Jon Bon Jovi’s wife, Dorothea Hurley, sliced her hand while cooking Saturday in their New York apartment and was taken to the hospital. After she was stitched up, Jon took her to dinner.
Bret Michaels canceled his shows in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Friday and Albany, New York Saturday due to continued illness and diabetes complications related to the noro flu virus — which cut short his show in New Hampshire on Thursday. He plans to resume his tour on June 13th in St. Louis.
Steve Perry hadn’t appeared on stage in more than 20 years and now he’s done just that twice on one week. He joined The Eels on Saturday in Washington, D.C., a week after joining them in St. Paul, Minnesota. This time it was four songs — the three he did in Minnesota: The Eels’ “It’s a Mother******,” Journey’s “Open Arms” and “Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin’,” and he added Sam Cooke’s “Only Sixteen.”