STURGIS, S.D. — Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler suffered head, neck and shoulder injuries in a tumble from the stage at a South Dakota show, a concert spokesman said Thursday, and the audience thought it was part of his hip-shaking act until he didn’t get up.
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RAPID CITY, S.D. — Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler suffered head, neck and shoulder injuries in a tumble from the stage at a South Dakota show, a concert spokesman said Thursday, and the audience thought it was part of his hipshaking act until he didn’t get up.
WESTMINSTER, Md. — Rap star Snoop Dogg joined the Baltimore Ravens at training camp practice, watching from the sideline before ending practice by leading a chant within the team huddle.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler suffered head, neck and shoulder injuries in a tumble from the stage at a South Dakota concert and joked about the fall as he was loaded into the helicopter to be taken to a hospital, a concert spokesman said Thursday.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Rock legend Steven Tyler of Aerosmith suffered head, neck and shoulder injuries in a tumble from the stage at a South Dakota concert and joked about the fall as he was put into the helicopter to be taken to a hospital, a concert spokesman said Thursday.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, known for dancing with microphone stands adorned with scarves, was airlifted to a hospital early Thursday after falling from the stage during a concert at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
CHICAGO — To prepare for their current tour, Steely Dan had to relearn their own music.
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RENTON, Wash. — Craig Terrill has played in the Super Bowl. He’s made millions as a defensive tackle for the Seahawks.
NEW YORK — Say what you want about Paula Abdul, but give her this: She makes for great television, especially at her own wacky expense.
Break up painful but inspiring for Charlie Robison
LOS ANGELES — If Paula Abdul’s abrupt Twitter announcement that she’s quitting “American Idol” is a contract negotiating ploy, it’s a spectacular one.
LOS ANGELES — Herbie Hancock has grand plans for his new position as the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s creative chair for jazz.
NEW YORK — Country music star Lorrie Morgan has been added to the cast of “Pure Country,” which is expected to open on Broadway early next year.
LOS ANGELES — Attorneys for Michael Jackson’s longtime dermatologist say the doctor doesn’t object to the King of Pop’s mother getting custody of her three grandchildren, despite a surprise court motion.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country singer Billy Currington says he and his band are very grateful to be alive after the outdoor stage they were performing on in Canada collapsed over the weekend and killed one person.
HAVANA — It’s well after midnight and the New Yorker is strutting down a crumbling sidewalk in impossibly high — red-sequined — heels, lip-syncing a few seconds of her rap while cameras roll for a music video.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Sugarland’s Kristian Bush knows a live CD/DVD package and a network TV special might seem quaint at a time when singles rule and fans flock to YouTube, but he thinks they are a good way to show what the duo is all about.
Leaf-peeping in Iowa: Mississippi River, bridges of Madison County
SALZBURG, Austria — Technically demanding and at times furiously paced, two newly identified Mozart works unveiled Sunday are helping scholars complete their assessment of the maestro’s very early achievements. The childhood creations — an extensive concerto movement and a fragmentary prelude — provide yet more proof the Salzburg native was a true prodigy. And maybe a bit of a showoff.
SALZBURG, Austria — Technically demanding and at times furiously paced, two newly identified Mozart works unveiled Sunday are helping scholars complete their assessment of the maestro’s very early achievements.
ROME — Michael Phelps beat Milorad Cavic again. No doubt about it. With a defiant performance in a supposedly inferior suit, Phelps stayed close over the outward lap and rallied on the return to become the first swimmer to break 50 seconds in the 100-meter butterfly, beating the Serbian with a time of 49.82.
NEW ORLEANS — Over music and gumbo served in a historic New Orleans nightclub, pianist and hit songwriter Allen Toussaint will join the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
SALZBURG, Austria — The huge musical puzzle that is Mozart is about to be expanded by two potentially important pieces.
LONDON — Pope Benedict XVI will release an album on which he sings and recites prayers to the Virgin Mary, his label said Friday.
LOS ANGELES — Authorities investigating Michael Jackson’s death alluded to the singer as an “addict” and were seeking evidence related to the powerful anesthetic propofol, according to search warrants released Thursday.
NEW YORK — Although Ashley Tisdale recently turned 24, in some people’s eyes, she’s still that scheming, platinum-blond teen diva from the outrageously popular Disney musical trilogy “High School Musical.”
NEW YORK — You’ll be hearing more of Christina Aguilera’s voice on the radio soon, but it won’t be in the form of a song. Instead, the pop singer will work as a DJ.
BOSTON — A Boston University graduate student accused of illegally swapping music online has admitted downloading and sharing hundreds of songs.
NEW YORK — Mick Jones has watched classic rock bands like the Eagles, AC/DC and Journey reach new levels of popularity thanks to Wal-Mart; now he wants to get his band, Foreigner, in on the action.
BERLIN — A 1988 Michael Jackson concert in West Berlin prompted security concerns for East Germany’s Stasi secret police, according to historical files published Thursday.
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