Green Day Cancels Tour Over Coronavirus Fears
It was announced yesterday that pop band Green Day cancels tour over fears of a coronavirus pandemic. The band took to Twitter to cancel this month’s planned southeast asia tour. Check out their message below along with a story about the time frontman Billie Joe Armstrong had a meltdown on stage at the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival.
We have unfortunately made the difficult decision to postpone our upcoming shows in Asia due to the health + travel concerns with coronavirus. We know it sucks, as we were looking forward to seeing you all, but hold on to your tickets we’ll be announcing the new dates very soon.
— Green Day (@GreenDay) February 28, 2020
Joe Satriani Sued Coldplay Over One of Their Biggest Hit Songs
Back in 2008 guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani sued English band Coldplay because he claimed they ripped off a song he had released four years prior. The song in question was Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida” which Satriani claimed ripped off his 2004 song “If I Could Fly.” Check out the whole story of the lawsuit and what happened in the end with today’s video.
Why Parents Sued OZZY OSBOURNE Over His Lyrics
Today we take a look at the time OZZY OSBOURNE was sued by parents over his lyrics, which they claim caused their son to take his own life. Check out the story below. In other OZZY OSBOURNE news, he has released his new record “Ordinary Man” online.
OZZY OSBOURNE Releases His Full New Album “ORDINARY MAN”
Fans of OZZY OSBOURNE can now go listen to the singer’s first new record in a decade titled “ORDINARY MAN” online. Check it out here.
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“ORDINARY MAN” comes out how on the heels of OZZY OSBOURNE’s collaboration with rapper POST MALONE’s on the song “Take What You Want” on his latest record “Hollywood’s Bleeding.” It would be POST MALONE’s producer ANDREW WATT who encouraged OSBOURNE to record a new album.
OZZY OSBOURNE would be helped out on his latest release by GUNS N’ ROSES bassist DUFF MCKAGAN and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drummer CHAD SMITH who would be the backing band on the album. GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist SLASH, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE’s TOM MORELLO and ELTON JOHN.