Velvet Revolver Cancels Tour, Paul McCartney & Death Row Records

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Music news: On the music scene: Velvet Revolver cancelled a tour, why Paul McCartney wasn't at the Beatles ...
Music news: On the music scene: Velvet Revolver cancelled a tour, why Paul McCartney wasn't at the Beatles tribute last night, and details on the fate of Death Row Records. Hi everyone Andrea Rene here for get the daily**** and you're watching the music news. Rock group Velvet Revolver have cancelled their upcoming Australian tour because their frontman, Scott Weiland, is entering a Rehab facility! Weiland voluntarily entered a rehab facility last week after a Los Angeles performance. Weiland has had multiple drug arrests in the past and has also already successfuly, or maybe not so successfully, completed a drug rehab program back in 2003. Fans are hoping his rehab issues won't interfere with a promised Stone Temple Pilots reunion planned for later this year. Meanwhile, Velvet Revolver will be back on tour in March. Iconic Beatles singer Paul McCartney is in court today, and thus couldn't be at the Grammy's ceremony last night with Ringo. It kicks off the five day divorce battle between him and his ex-wife Heather Mills. After dumping her lawyers, Mills will represent herself as she attempts to collect 50 million pounds from McCartney after just four years of marriage. The singer is worth an estimated 825 million pounds, or 1.6 billion dollars, so the money isn't going to be a huge loss for him, but it could set a precednet in measuring how much money spouses can ask for in settlements. An outcome is expected later in the week. Rap star and super producer Dr. Dre wants an investigation into the failing record label Death Row Records. He said he needs to determine how much the label owes him for unpaid royalties from his albums. He's had similar claims denied by the court system in the past but was recently granted an appeal for the dismissal of one of those suits. The dispute over royalties focuses on his 1992 album "The Chronic," which was granted distribution to other companies without his permission. Problem is Death Row Records is trying to sell to Warner Music Group which could further complicate Dr. Dre's attempt to get back millions of dollars allegedly owed to him. You just heard the music news. I'm Andrea Rene and thanks for watching get the daily****
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