After not speaking to each other for almost two decades, Axl Rose and Slash may be ending their feud, or at least reaching some sort of détente. Rolling Stone points out that in a recent interview, Slash responds to the host’s remark that “I’ve heard that you’ve made friends with Axl Rose again” by saying, “It was probably way overdue, you know. But it’s very cool at this point to dispel some of that negative stuff that was going on for so long.”
‘Breaking Bad’ holds the title in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most celebrated TV series of all time. 10 million viewers tuned in for the series finale, the third most watched series finale in cable history, and among basic cable programming ‘Breaking Bad’ had the highest ratings ever.
Now you can own the meth house character Jesse Pinkman lived in. The two story, 3500 square foot, 4 bedroom home is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and can be yours for just $1.6 million.
From The Current – The Minneapolis house where “the Kid” lived in Prince’s iconic 1984 moviePurple Rainis now for sale. At an asking price of $110,000, it’s a relatively affordable piece of Minnesota music history. The 1,348-square-foot 3BR was built in 1913.
Posted onJune 24, 2015|Comments Off on Why the name of Lil Wayne’s tour is ironic
Oh the irony.Lil Waynewas scheduled to perform Sunday night at the Venue on First Avenue in Minneapolis in support of his tour ironically named “Sorry for the wait…”, but bailed on his fans after “members of his entourage refused to take part in the Venue’s standard safety procedures,” the club said in a posting Monday night on Facebook.
The procedures include a pat-down and metal-detection scan on everyone entering the club. Even the artists. This is done for the safety of everyone, but his handlers felt the security measures were “excessive”, and refused to comply.
The Venue stood their ground. Fans waited for hours only to be told Lil Wayne would not be performing. The Venue is refunding fans.
Of course, if a shooting had occurred, the club would have been blamed for not doing a better job to protect the public. Go support The Venue. They did the right thing.