DAVID BOWIE: His 1992 appearance was used in "Twin Peaks" revival series
Rock and rollers Trent Reznor, Eddie Vedder and Sky Ferreira are part of the extensive cast for Showtime's revival of Twin Peaks. But an even bigger name appeared Sunday night. Footage of David Bowie's appearance in the series' 1992 film spinoff Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me was used in a dream sequence.
Plans to bring Bowie back were revealed by cast member Harry Goaz, who plays Deputy Andy Brennan. Last year, he said Bowie was supposed to shoot a cameo for the Showtime sequel. But his declining health during the filming in 2015 kept it from happening.
Episode 15 of Twin Peaks (out of 18) debuts this Sunday night on Showtime. (BBC)
CHIC: Health concerns for Nile Rodgers
There's concern for Nile Rodgers today. The recent Rock and Roll and Roll Hall of Fame inductee -- who recently told audiences he'd been given the "all clear" from prostate cancer -- missed Sunday night's show in Toronto.
The Chic founder tweeted, "I’ve never missed one gig in my life… Well, it’s been that way till now." Rodgers also joked about being caught by his doctor trying to sneak out of the hospital.
Rodgers and Chic are on tour with Earth, Wind and Fire. Their next show is set for tomorrow (Tuesday) night in Indianapolis. (Variety)
WILLIE NELSON: Breathing issues cause him to cut a concert short
Country legend Willie Nelson was forced to cut short his concert near Salt Lake City last night due to breathing problems.
The 84-year-old was in the middle of his show at the USANA Amphitheater when he started experiencing some problems due to the high altitude. He later apologized in a tweet saying, "This is Willie. I am very sorry to have to cut the Salt Lake City performance short tonight. The altitude just got to me. I am feeling a lot better now and headed for lower ground." (Fox News)