Andy Johns, a music producer and sound engineer for such bands as Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and Van Halen, died Sunday. He was 61.
Johns had been hospitalized for about 10 days prior to his death. "Andy's health wasn't all that great over the last six months or so, but he was still Andy," guitarist Stacey Blades, who was working on a project with Johns, told CNN.
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Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood married Sally Humphreys Friday in a private ceremony in London, Us Weekly reports.
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You can thank the premature death of Luck for the quick renewals — and returns of Girls and Enlightened. (Both will return in January 2013.) "When we made the decision to pull the plug on Luck while they were in production on the second season, we did not have a backup plan," Michael Lombardo, HBO's president of programming, told reporters at Television Critics Association fall TV previews on Wednesday. "We have new shows coming up next year, but we did not have anything ready for that period." Both series will air their 10-episode second seasons with originals running through March.
HBO also came loaded with plenty of other announcements, including a film starring Larry David, a Rolling Stones documentary and the future of True Blood and Game of Thrones. Check it out:
Rock legend Mick Jagger will serve as both host and musical guest on the May 19 season finale of Saturday Night Live, NBC announced Thursday.
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Madonna will perform on America's most-watched TV event.
The superstar songstress will be the halftime act during Super Bowl XLVI. Without any great fanfare, Bob Costas made the announcement — which had been rumored since October — after his weekly essay on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
Susan Boyle has covered Broadway tunes, Rolling Stones and now she's taking on Depeche Mode.
Her latest cover of the band's song "Enjoy the Silence" is from her upcoming album, Someone to Watch Over Me, out Nov. 1.
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Mick Jagger will make his first-ever live appearance on the Grammys stage, CBS announced Thursday.
The rock legend will perform as part of the telecast's "In Memorium" tribute, which pays homage to those in the music world who have died in the past year. Jagger will be joined on stage by his band and Grammy winner Raphael Saadiq.
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Grammy-winning hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas will perform during halftime of Super Bowl XLV.
The Black Eyed Peas have sold more than 28 million albums worldwide. The group's latest album, The Beginning, hits stores Tuesday. Other recent Super Bowl performers include The Who, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Prince.
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Solomon Burke, a soul music pioneer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee whose songs blended soul, gospel, country and R&B, has died. He was 70.
Burke died early Sunday at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, according to The Associated Press. He was scheduled to perform in Amsterdam on Tuesday. Burke's family said in a statement on the singer's website that he died of natural causes.
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