News Ticker: Blink-182, Whitney Houston, Conrad Murray, The Stooges

November 23rd, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »

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  • The reunited Blink-182 are getting ready to work on a new studio album. According to a tweet from Mark Hoppus, the bassist/singer is listening to demos because he “might produce a few things before Blink-182 goes into the studio in January.”

  • A special 25th anniversary edition of Whitney Houston, the singer’s Number One Arista debut, will hit stores January 19th. The CD/DVD features five bonus tracks (including Houston’s a cappella on “How Will I Know”), new interviews and a Merv Griffin performance from 1983.
  • Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who administered the Propofol that led to Michael Jackson’s untimely death in June, has returned to Texas and resumed his medical practice. CNN reports that Murray told a church audience, “This isn’t easy for me. Mentally it’s tough,” and that Murray resumed work out of financial need.
  • All Tomorrow’s Parties New York will return to Kutsher’s Country Club on September 3-5th 2010. The third annual U.S. fest will feature the Stooges playing Raw Power in its entirety, alongside Mudhoney, Sleep and the Scientists.

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