Gucci Mane has had a reduction on his prison sentence. The rapper, who is imprisoned for possession of an illegal fire arm, has had a year shaved off his 3 years and 3 months sentence.
G.R.L singer, Simone Battle, died on Friday, 5th September. Her death is still being investigated and the cause has yet to be released. Battle was 25 years old.
Foo Fighters have announced details of their first ever crowd source funded concert. The show will take place on September 17th in Virginia.
The band has also made suggestions about like dates in the UK. More details when they become available.
It has been revealed that Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy and his wife Elisa Yao are expecting their first child in October. They have yet to reveal the sex of the baby.
It is not every week that you cock up royally but for Cee Lo Green, last week seemed to fall apart. He was dropped from his Navy gig after he made very irresponsible remarks about rape. The Crazy singer tweeted the following comment which resulted in the cancellation of his show.
“People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!! If someone is passed out they’re not even WITH you consciously! So WITH Implied consent.”
Green’s reality TV show The Good Life was also axed this week due to poor ratings.
Catch Deafkid on tour.
9th October – Sixty Million Postcards, Bournemouth
11th October – The Birdcage, Bristol (Free show)
16th October – The Waiting Room, London (Free show)
19th October – Kraak, Manchester (A Carefully Planned Festival)
Catch Glass Animals on tour.
10th October – Magnet, Liverpool
11th October – Sound Control, Manchester
13th October – The Haunt, Brighton
14th October – Ocal Space, London (Sold Out)
15th October – Thekla, Bristol
16th October – The Plug, Sheffield
17th October – CCA, Glasgow
18th October – Whelan’s, Dublin
Lily & Madeleine will be touring in November.
23rd November – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
24th November – Broadcast, Glasgow
25th November – Brudenell Games Room, Leeds
26th November – Bush Hall, London
28th November – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
29th November – The Folk House, Bristol
1st December – Sugar Club, Dublin
2nd December – McHugh’s, Belfast
Maroon 5 have announced three dates for 2015.
26th May – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
31st May – LG Arena, Birmingham
1st June – Manchester Arena, Manchester
Rufus is touring at the end of September.
26th September – King Tuts, Glasgow
27th September – Night & Day, Manchester
30th September – Start the Bus, Bristol
1st October – Scala, London
2nd October – Temple, Birmingham
Catch Tim Wheeler perform a solo tour in November.
4th November – Bush Hall, London
5th November – The Deaf Institute, Manchester
6th November – o2 ABC, Glasgow
7th November – Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
Ward Thomas and The Shires are heading out on a co-headlining tour.
4th November – Glee Club, Birmingham
6th November – Academy 2, Liverpool
7th November – Thekla, Bristol
9th November – Academy 2, Oxford
10th November – Bush Hall, London (Ward Thomas to headline)
11th November – Bush Hall, London (The Shires to headline)
13th November – Band on the Wall, Manchester
14th November – The Sage, Gateshead
16th November – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
17th November – Waterfront, Norwich
19th November – Whelans, Dublin
20th November – McHughs, Belfast
22nd November – Pocklington Arts Centre, Yorkshire
23rd November – King Tuts, Glasgow
24th November – The Empire, Middlesbrough
26th November – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
27th November – The Stables, Milton Keynes
Lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar – Robert Plant
Ryan Adams – Ryan Adams
A New House – Deacon Blue
El Pintor – Interpol
Smokey & Friends – Smokey Robinson
Live at the Rainbow – Queen
Listen – The Kooks
Crush Songs – Karen O