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Studio Version of Copy of A, Rock Star Privilege and Back in Court


The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station

 

Studio Version of "Copy of A"

 

Call me a total fan boy, but I’m sick with anticipation for the new Nine Inch Nails album Hesitation Marks, and leaks of new songs online through concerts and even random YouTube videos aren’t helping ease my sickness. Several new songs have been played during recent live shows. The studio version of the song “Copy of A” was posted to Amazon UK for a free download and from there it quickly was ironically copied onto a YouTube account not associated with Nine Inch Nails and from there … right into our hearts. It was first featured in Fuji, then Lollapalooza and then in San Francisco—all as the opening tune. The album hits shelves September 3rd. Nine Inch Nails and their absolutely stunning live light show will be in St. Louis October 3rd.

 

 

The happy couple ... wasting tax dollars
The happy couple ... wasting tax dollars

Rock star privilege

 

There are certain things that rock stars can get away with … this may not be one of them. Police in Las Vegas are investigating whether a police chopper was improperly used so Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba could propose to his girlfriend. A photo posted on Instagram of Ashba and the smoking hot Colombian actress Nathalia Henao shows the two wearing helicopter headgear. He then thanked Vegas police for an amazing ride. Ridealongs are pretty routine for police, but that’s only if Police are on routine patrol. A statement from police does indicate that two civilians were taken on a ride along, but no one was named. Vegas police have a $30 million budget hole. As for the newly engaged … good luck. It’s a rock star and a hot actress … the odds are not great.

 

Back in court

 

The dude who attempted to break into Kid Rocks home just outside Detroit was in court yesterday and as with most criminal cases, there’s another court date. Brian Keith’s next appearance is August 26th where he faces felony charges. He’s held on $75,000. Thankfully Rock wasn’t home—not just for Rock’s sake but also for Keith’s sake. Rock said he would have shot whoever was trying to enter his home.

 

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