News Ticker: Chris Brown, Susan Boyle, Roger Daltrey, Interpol

November 20th, 2009 by Rolling Stone Leave a reply »

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  • Yesterday a Los Angeles judge said Chris Brown is complying with the terms of his probation. The singer’s next legal check-in is February 18th, the L.A. Times reports, and there’s no worries about Brown running into Rihanna at Sunday’s American Music Awards — he’ll be out on tour. Rolling Stone will have a full report from the big awards show.

  • Britain’s Got Talent breakout star Susan Boyle’s November 24th debut album I Dreamed a Dream has set the record for most global pre-orders in Amazon’s history, Reuters reports.
  • Roger Daltrey is considering writing an autobiography. The Who frontman told the Rock Radio, “The only trouble is, the people usually want the salacious crap and I don’t know if I’m prepared to dig that, y’know?”
  • Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino tells Paste the band’s next album will hit stores in early 2010, and it will hearken back to their debut, Turn on the Bright Lights.

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