Keith Richards has left the New Zealand hospital where he was being treated for a head injury after reportedly taking a tumble from a palm tree.
Former 98 Degrees member Jeff Timmons was busted Apr. 23 for alleged drunk driving and driving without a valid license, TMZ.com reports.
Engelbert Humperdinck turned 70 Tuesday and taunted other septuagenarians by boasting of his remarkable vitality. "I look at people who have turned 70 and I think I don't feel that way," he said. "I mean, I still dance around on stage and my voice is still strong and everyone in the audience is still screaming."
The last song Johnny Cash ever wrote will be included on upcoming album American V: A Hundred Highways, due July 4. The first four volumes in Cash's acoustic American Recordings series have sold 2.6 million copies.
Donna D'Errico has filed for divorce from rocker Nikki Sixx Friday after nine years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences.
Radiohead has announced a string of U.S. summer tour dates, kicking off in Philadelphia June 1 and wrapping in Los Angeles June 30. The band has no plans to release a new album in 2006, but will showcase new material at the shows.
The family of Keith Bender, the man police say Proof shot before he was killed, has filed a wrongful death suit against the rapper's estate Monday. A lawyer for Bender's family released a statement criticizing those honoring Proof "as a hero and martyr, when, in fact, it was his own criminalistic conduct that not only led to his death, but took the life of
an honorable, innocent man."