Today in Music News 10.20.16
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- Vince Neil has plead guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge from back in April. According to TMZ, the former Motley Crue singer will pay a $1,000 fine, spend six months on informal probation and will receive impulse control counseling. Neil allegedly got behind a woman, grabbed her hair and pulled her to the ground.
- One of the founders of Chicago's blues label Chess Records, Phil Chess, has died at the age of 95. The company was founded in 1947, and has had multiple artists under them - like Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Willie Dixon, Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters.
- Foghat has just announced that their latest album Under the Influence will soon be available on vinyl! It’s the band’s 17th album, and was originally released last June. The vinyl will be on the shelves on October 21st (tomorrow!).
- David Bowie recorded two original songs for the musical Lazarus, that was centered around his latest album Dark Star. The two original songs, “No Plan” and “When I Met You” were premiered for the first time yesterday, and will be available on the Lazarus album that’s coming out tomorrow.
SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock