It’s not just the rockers who are coming out with condolences to those impacted by the suicide of actor and comedian Robin Williams earlier this week, it’s at least one prominent dead rocker’s daughter reaching out to the dead actor’s daughter. Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of late Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain, has reached out to Zelda Williams, the daughter of late actor Robin Williams. Media reports indicate that Zelda has ditched her social media accounts after receiving off-putting messages. Cobain reached out through social media and said Zelda has quote “such an incredibly beautiful soul” and that she loves her but she already knew that. She also says that she there for her whenever Zelda needs her.
Those aspiring to be in a band, take note—things can get fickle between former band mates. That whole lawsuit thing that Glen Danzig had against his former band mates over profits from Misfits merchandise has been thrown out of court. According to Classic Rock Magazine a judge terminated the suit siding with Misfits rocker Jery Only saying a previous signed agreement between Only and Danzig when Danzig left the band said that Only was the only one who could make money off the merch … confused yet? Anyways, the Misfits will be back on the road this week to celebrate their 30th anniversary.
Twenty years after the brutal beating death of AC/DC’s manager, Australian authorities have reopened their case. Crispin Dye was beaten to death on Christmas day back in 1993 following a celebratory drinking session. Witnesses at the time saw three young males sanding over Dye’s unconscious body and police say they believe the motive was robbery. Police have put out a $100,000 reward for any info that would lead to an arrest.
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