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  1. Yesterday, a commenter on Digital Music News may have single-handedly shut down a copyright infringement lawsuit over the song ‘Stairway to Heaven,’ by discovering a song with an identical melody written in the 1600s. But that lawsuit, raised by the estate of the lead singer of Spirit, is dredging some very ugly details surrounding Led Zeppelin’s songwriting process. According to court paperwork obtained this morning by Digital Music News, both Jimmy Page and Robert Plant have openly admitted to stealing music on multiple occasions, in verified comments. The litigants in the ‘Stairway to Heaven’ case are using the quotes to demonstrate that Led Zeppelin had a repeated history of content infringement and blatant plagiarism, while lightly masking those plagiarisms to make copyright claims more difficult. More importantly, the attorneys are questioning both Page and Plant — in 2016 — to confirm that these statements were made. “Plant was confronted with this quote [regarding Willie Dixon] at his deposition and had to admit that he had no reason to dispute its veracity—and based on his prior admissions, how could he?” lawyers for the litigating estate of Randy California from Spirit wrote. The Spirit claims against Led Zeppelin now seem ridiculous following the discovery of a nearly identical piece by baroque composer Giovanni Battista Granata, written around 1630. But prior to that discovery, the admissions by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page would theoretically have helped win the case by demonstrating that ‘Taurus’ was just another victim in a string of plagiarisms. And the reason is simple: a jury is more easily swayed of a crime if the accused has committed similar crimes in the past (and admitted them). Speaking of admissions, this bombshell from 1993 was also entered into evidence by the Spirit litigating lawyers. This is attributed to Jimmy Page in court documents from an interview with Guitar World in December of that year. A number of famous Zeppelin tracks have now been called into question, including ‘Dazed and Confused,’ ‘Whole Lotta Love,’ and ‘Baby I’m Gonna Leave You.’ “Note that Page is quite clear that Zeppelin routinely took other people’s songs and used them to create Led Zeppelin’s music,” the court filing this week states. …from the court filing: http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2016/04/19/robert-plant-and-jimmy-page-blatantly-admit-to-stealing-their-music-led-zeppelin/
  2. Adele’s ridiculously successful comeback has thrust her into the ranks of music’s biggest money makers. The Londoner has been named as Britain's richest ever female musician, having amassed a fortune of £85 million ($122 million), according to the newly published Sunday Times Rich List. The singer’s finances improved by £35 million ($50 million) on the previous year, thanks in no small part to the November 2015 release of 25, which by January this year had surpassed 15 million global sales and the following month moved past the 8 million U.S. sales milestone. Adele is ranked No. 30 on the Sunday Times’ music list, which identifies the top 50 music millionaires in the U.K. and Ireland, up from 43rd place last time and ahead of the likes of Cliff Richard, Gary Barlow, Ronnie Wood and Kylie Minogue. Adele also leads the Young Music Rich List for the fifth successive year, a chart which covers success stories aged 30 and under. However, she’s not the biggest-earning female singer on the list. That honor goes to Irishwoman Enya, whose fortune was estimated at £91 million ($130 million). Like Adele, Enya released a comeback album last year, Dark Sky Island. Beatles great Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell top the annual list with £760 million ($1.09 billion), ahead of Andrew Lloyd-Webber with £715 million ($1.02 billion). The top five is rounded out by some familiar faces: U2 at No. 3 with £500 million ($717 million), Elton John at No. 4 with £280 million ($401 million) and Rolling Stonesfrontman Mick Jagger at No. 5 with £235 million ($337 million). Members of Britain's most popular legacy bands, from Led Zeppelin to Queen andPink Floyd, also make the list while the family of the late, great David Bowie comes in at No. 29 with a fortune of £90 million ($129 million). The Sunday Times’ Music Rich List Top 10: 1. Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell £760m 2. Lord Lloyd-Webber £715m 3. U2 £500m 4. Sir Elton John £280m 5. Sir Mick Jagger £235m =6. Olivia and Dhani Harrison £220m =6. Keith Richards £220m 8. Ringo Starr £200m 9. Michael Flatley £198m 10. Sting £185m Source: Biilboard
  3. Los Angeles - David Spade recounted his embarrassing meeting with Adele. The 51-year-old comedian was starstruck when he spotted the 27-year-old singer at a restaurant but admitted that by the time he approached her he was "a little buzzed" and embarrassed himself. Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he said: "I was like, 'I think that's Adele.' I go, 'I'm not gonna say anything because I'm not like that'. Then I got a few knocks in me. "I don't want to just bust in, so I do the procedure where I walk up, and her bodyguard is like, 'And you are?' And I go, 'Hey, can I go talk to Adele? I'm sort of a medium star'. "I go in. I don't say hello. I don't give her the cornball line. I go, 'Wassup.' I gave her the American one. "I talked to her and she was very sweet. She goes, 'I'm playing the Staples Center in August.' I go, 'Oh, that whole month is tough for me'. She invites me and I don't even know what I'm saying, because I'm a little loopy, buzzed." David claims he kept "yamming away" to Adele and her friends and joked it was "probably three or four minutes too long". http://m.channel24.co.za/channel24/Gossip/News/watch-david-spade-met-adele-in-an-embarrassingly-confusing-way-20160420
  4. Guy Ritchie and Madonna have both done a 180 since Rocco bailed on her ... they're now co-parents who can share a bottle of wine. Guy arrived at Madonna's house in London Monday night, armed with a half-full bottle of wine. Guy and Madonna would have called it half empty just a month ago, when they were at war over Rocco. The judge told them to work it out like adults. They clearly have, and Rocco has responded well. His relationship with both mom and dad seems good. Source
  5. Franco has garnered quite a following for his artsy, sometimes NSFW Instagram posts, but as for Miley Cyrus -- who performed at the star's Bar Mitzvah last year -- and Taylor Swift's social media choices, he seems to prefer what the former Hannah Montana star is sharing. "Taylor Swift -- certain performers, in my opinion, post very kind of PG content. Appealing content, but nothing controversial," he explains. "Miley is the anti-Taylor Swift. She's not afraid to post something that will get criticized." Source
  6. This country bop has officially turned 7 years old Making me feel all types of elderly
  7. The “All About That Bass” singer took home the award for Best New Artist at this year’s Grammy Awards, but not everyone was happy about her win. “I woke up to two texts saying ‘You fat c**t, you don’t deserve that award, please give it back,’” Trainor said. Apparently, someone had gotten ahold of her number and taken the opportunity to abuse the singer. She still doesn’t know who the culprit was, but she can safely say she’s “over it” by now. “When the award itself arrives it will be like a new gift I know I deserve.” Source
  8. Rejoice! Listen to two never-before-heard tunes from one of Kelly Clarkson’s best albums ever. Don’t get me wrong, I’m here for Kelly Clarkson singing about getting hitched and having babies and all that, but nothing beats angry Kelly songs. Her 2011 LP Stronger was littered with feisty tunes about heartbreak, vengeance and female empowerment. She explored her dark side (everybody has one), and two new cuts from the era found their way onto the Internet. “One More Yesterday” Clarkson teamed up with Daughtry for “One More Yesterday.” The pair sing about looking back in time at a fading relationship while an electric guitar blazes over Clarkson’s signature falsetto. “There are actually two duets on the new record,” Clarkson admitted before releasing the album way back when, “and I have at some point sang with both of these artists before, but not on record.” Jason Aldean’s contribution ended up making the final cut, leaving Daughtry’s collaboration on the cutting room floor because Kelly felt it didn’t suit the direction of the album. Check it out: “Break The Silence” It wouldn’t be a Kelly Clarkson album without a gut-wrenching tune about breaking up and finding yourself afterward. “What I am chasing, what I have faith in is that chance to test my wings,” Clarkson sings. “What you don’t know is what you lost focus is I’m not going away.” Another gem for the library! Listen here: “We Own The Night” If this one sounds familiar, it’s because Selena Gomez snatched it up and using it for her 2011 record When the Sun Goes Down. Read more at: http://go.breatheheavy.com/4HSjG
  9. Adele has failed to win any nominations at the prestigious Ivor Novello Awards, which recognise achievement in songwriting. The star, whose third album 25 was the biggest-seller of 2015, was overlooked by the awards, which are voted for by her fellow composers and songwriters. Instead, Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne and James Bay made the shortlist. Source
  10. Kanye West pulled a fast one on his fans by backing out on a promise that Tidal would be the ONLY place to get his new album ... at least that's how one pissed off fan sees it, and he's suing. You'll recall, Kanye vowed "The Life of Pablo" would never be available on Apple or Spotify or any other streaming service besides Tidal ... which of course is owned by his pal Jay Z. Justin Baker-Rhett says that was enough to get him to sign up for Tidal -- and it worked on 2 million other Yeezus fans who also bought subscriptions. In his class action lawsuit, he says the bump saved the floundering service because the new users added $84 million to Tidal's bottom line. But then lo and behold ... 'Pablo' was up on Apple Music, Spotify and eventually Kanye's own website too. Baker-Rhett feels like he and other fans were tricked into "paying for Tidal's rescue." He clearly regrets dropping that $9.99 for the service. He's suing Kanye and Tidal for damage. Source
  11. Working on it. Iggy Azalea tweeted on Monday, April 18, that she and fiance Nick Young are still a couple. "For the record, i havent broken up with Nick," the Aussie rapper wrote. "We are together and i would love to be given a little (a lot) of privacy on the matter." Azalea, 25, wasn't wearing the pricey engagement ring that the NBA star gave her on Friday, April 15, at Los Angeles Airport, and that sparked a new round of rumors that the pair had called it quits in the wake of his cheating scandal. In an interview last week, the "Fancy" rapper" said that she was still trying to process everything that's happened since the video of Young talking to his L.A. Lakers teammate D'Angelo Russell was leaked last month. In the video, Young, 30, boasted about hooking up with a 19-year-old. Source
  12. Omg i had no idea this was case with David, she'll be heartbroken when he leaves her. What about Mercy? Is she really adopted, or she just took her like David to give her education and better life until she can provide for herself?
  13. We’re both ‘90s babies, which is probably why I can’t stop bumping to “Nø.” What were your favorite moments from that era? My family wasn’t into every award show, but I would make sure we popped it on when Britney was on! She was my queen, and Christina Aguilera too. *NYSNC was huge for our family. My brothers would dance in front of the TV just to be like them, and I would sit there and laugh because I was too embarrassed to dance. I swear I learned how to harmonize because of *NSYNC. I remember singing along with my headphones on and my brothers would be like, “You’re singing it wrong!” I wrote an article last month about this awesome “Nø” mash-up with Britney Spears’ “Overprotected.” Have you seen it? Of course, I’ve been bumping it. I love it! I freaked out when I saw it, that’s like my dream. God, I want to meet her so bad and just tell her that she’s my everything. Source
  14. Adele has failed to win any nominations at the prestigious Ivor Novello Awards, which recognise achievement in songwriting. The star, whose third album 25 was the biggest-seller of 2015, was overlooked by the awards, which are voted for by her fellow composers and songwriters. Instead, Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne and James Bay made the shortlist. And, following the row over diversity at the Brits, Roots Manuva and Skepta were listed for best contemporary song. The full list of nominees is as follows: Best song musically and lyrically Bloodstream - Ed Sheeran Bros - Wolf Alice Wasn't Expecting That - Jamie Lawson Best contemporary song All My Friends - Snakehips ft Tinashe & Chance The Rapper Cargo - Roots Manuva Shutdown - Skepta Most performed work Hold Back The River - James Bay Hold My Hand - Jess Glynne King - Years & Years Best album Darling Arithmetic - Villagers In Colour - Jamie xx Matador - Gaz Coombes Best film score Ex Machina Pan The Duke of Burgundy Best television soundtrack And Then There Were None From Darkness London Spy The Ivor Novellos are highly regarded within the industry because they are voted for by songwriters and composers. "This is the one award that really counts because it comes from people you respect," said Ed Sheeran last year when he was named songwriter of the year at the 2015 ceremony. "No offence to all the other ones, obviously." Adele could still pick up a prize when the ceremony takes place on 19 May in London - as there are special awards for "outstanding song collection" and "songwriter of the year". The singer has already won the latter prize in 2011, in recognition of her breakthrough album, 21, while Rolling In The Deep won most performed work (recognising the song broadcast the most often on UK radio) at the same ceremony. http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-36080919
  15. not yet but like, Bieber will in a week