PRINCE: More details could be released today on the investigation into his death
Search warrants linked to Prince's death will apparently be released Monday morning and could provide some insight into the investigation of his death nearly a year ago.
The documents may shed some light on the drugs found at Paisley Park, where the 57-year-old was found dead April 21st, 2016. Authorities have yet to establish if there was any culpability for Prince's possession of the painkillers that killed him.
The cause of death was decided to be a "self-administered" accidental fentanyl overdose.
(Minneapolis Star Tribune)
CROSBY, STILLS & NASH: Not moving forward
Apparently the split between Crosby, Stills and Nash goes a deeper than David Crosby being unhappy with some of what Graham Nash wrote in his autobiography, Wild Tales.
Crosby tells the San Luis Obispo Tribune, "I did it for as long as I could, and I did it the best that I could. But I follow the music, and when the music led elsewhere, I went elsewhere... I quit a year and a half ago, and I’ve been extremely happy ever since... Towards the end of Crosby, Stills and Nash, it had gotten pretty grim. It was just 'Turn up the smoke machine and play your hits.' There was no forward motion for me."
So is there a chance they'll get back together? "I never say never. But I seriously doubt it." But, he adds, if Neil Young wanted to reunite CSNY, he would "do it because it's fun."
In the same interview, Crosby took another swipe at President Trump, saying he is "without question the worst President we have ever had. He’s an idiot and a child and an [a-hole], and he’s brought a crew of rapists in with him to screw the economy every way they could and try to get more money for themselves."
Crosby kicks off his spring tour on Tuesday in Anaheim, California.
THE BEATLES: New documentary looks at Sgt. Pepper
An unauthorized documentary hopes to take advantage of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album.
It Was 50 Years Ago draws from 1960s footage and recent interviews with various experts and friends of the group to document the period that followed what was covered in Ron Howard's Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years. It doesn't promise any new insights from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr or the recently deceased George Martin, but biographer Hunter Davies, Brian Epstein associate Tony Bramwell and Fan Club Secretary Freda Kelly do appear in the film.
It Was 50 Years Ago hits British cinemas on May 3rd. We're still waiting for word on any U.S. screenings or availability on streaming services or DVD.
The 50th anniversary edition of Sgt. Pepper's comes out on May 26th.