Last Update on November 26, 2015 08:10 GMT
COURT THROWS OUT LAWSUIT FILED BY BOSTON'S TOM SCHOLZ
BOSTON (AP) -- Massachusetts' highest court has thrown out a lawsuit filed by Tom Scholz of Boston against the ex-wife of singer Brad Delp and the Boston Herald. Scholz had sued after the Herald quoted Delp's ex-wife, Micki, in comments that could be construed as blaming Scholz for Delp's suicide in 2007. A lower court had thrown out the lawsuit in 2011, but an appeals court reinstated it. The Supreme Judicial Court found Micki Delp's statements were opinions, so they could not form the basis of a defamation claim. Scholz's publicist released a statement saying Scholz is disappointed and the decision means people will be free to accuse each other of causing another person's suicide, even when it's not true.
EAGLES OF DEATH METAL'S DRUMMER WANTS TO FINISH THE PARIS CONCERT
UNDATED (AP) -- Eagles of Death Metal touring drummer Julian Dorio says he is counting the days until he can finish their concert in Paris. Dorio writes on his social media the band was playing for one of the most energetic crowds of their tour on November 13 when "the unimaginable occurred." Three attackers stormed their concert and opened fire, leaving 89 dead. Dorio says he is beyond grateful that he was able to find a way out of the venue and mourning those who did not. He thanks many people who were brave that night, including a man named Arthur that Dorio says ran for his life right next to him and selflessly put the band into a taxi before himself.
HINDER RESCHEDULE TOUR DATES AFTER ACCIDENT
UNDATED (AP) -- Hinder have called off their tour dates for the rest of the year after a bus accident last week. The band say on their Facebook page heavy rains appear to be a factor in a multi-vehicle accident outside of Cookeville, Tennessee, last week. They say their band and crew are recovering from injuries, but the extent of those injuries is not known. They have rescheduled some of the dates and plan to resume their tour January 8 in Baltimore.
LEON BRIDGES GIVES THANKS FOR FAMILY
CHICAGO (AP) -- Leon Bridges likes to approach Thanksgiving as a holiday about family rather than food. Bridges says growing up, they weren't poor, but they never had money to do a big Thanksgiving. He says they cherished having each other. Bridges says he plans to spend the holiday in New Orleans this year.
017-a-09-(Leon Bridges, musician, in AP interview)-"know like that"-Musician Leon Bridges says Thanksgiving was always a simple affair at his house growing up. (26 Nov 2015)
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018-a-10-(Leon Bridges, musician, in AP interview)-"know on Thanksgiving"-Musician Leon Bridges says his family never went crazy with Thanksgiving food. (26 Nov 2015)
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