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Whitesnake pull out of North American tour with Scorpions due to health issues

Whitesnake have removed themselves from a 24-date tour of North America, which they were scheduled to co-headline with Scorpions, due to frontman David Coverdale’s ongoing health issues.Coverdale broke the news in a statement shared to the band’s official Instagram yesterday (August 6). In it, he noted that he’s been forced to step away from the mic “due to my continued treatment for a persistent upper respiratory infection that affects my ability to perform”.A post shared by David Coverdale (@whitesnake)As a result of Coverdale’s continuing health issues, Whitesnake’s own headline shows in the US have also been cancelled.

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Drake hints that he did have encounter with Swedish police after all
Drake has hinted that he may have had an encounter with Swedish police after all.Last week, speculation on social media suggested that the Canadian star had been taken into custody by local police at a Stockholm nightclub.XXL claimed that Drake and members of his security team were allegedly arrested. The outlet also noted that the term “free Drake” was trending on Twitter.A representative for the rapper at the time confirmed that the rumours were false.But in a new post on Instagram, Drake appeared to suggest that he did in fact have some interaction with Swedish authorities.A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi)He shared a photo of a document from the Swedish National Police Board, titled “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained.”It went on to detail a detainee’s rights, similar to the Miranda Rights used in the United States.They included knowing “what it is you are suspected of and why you are being denied” and receiving “the aid of a defense attorney who under certain conditions can only be paid by the state.”It also stated that “an interrogation will be held with you as soon as possible” and “if the prosecutor requests a court trial, you will be notified of this at once”.NME has contacted a spokesperson for Drake for further comment.Meanwhile, Drake made an unannounced appearance in Ibiza at the weekend, showing up onstage during Black Coffee’s gig at the Hï Ibiza nightclub.Last week, he also announced the first three events of a new concert series dubbed ‘October World Weekend’, which the rapper said will precede the worldwide expansion of his own music festival, OVO Fest.
Drake confirms he DID have a run-in with police in Sweden by posting legal document on Instagram
Drake is pulling a bit of a flip-flop of sorts in relation to a report that he had a run-in with police in Sweden and was arrested, which his team initially denied.On Sunday, the singer and rapper took to his Instagram page and posted a series of photos and video documenting his trip Ibiza that included plenty of partying at a nightclub.While most of the images showed him dancing and chatting with friends and fellow revelers, there was one photo of a document Swedish authorities gave him that confirms all the mass speculation over the last few days that he had landed in trouble.Scroll down to video Drake, 35, posted a police document on Sunday confirming he was detained by police in Sweden, which comes after his team denied all the internet speculation that he was arrested at a Stockholm nightclub this past week; he pictured in 2019At the very top left of the document it reads: 'Polisen', which translates to 'the police' in English, with the title being, 'Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained'.It's also attributed to Public Prosecutor's Office and the National Police Board. It goes on to explain Drake's rights under Swedish law, which are similar to Miranda rights given people suspected of a crime in the U.S., according to TMZ.Those right are broken down into bullet points on the print-out, beginning with how suspects have the right to 'know what it is you are suspected of and why you are being detained'.
Ben Shephard admits wardrobe fear as he issues Tipping Point: Lucky Stars news
Ben Shephard has revealed some exciting news for Tipping Point fans - but he joked his steam were suffering from "Stockholm syndrome" given their choice of outfit.The presenter hosts the hit ITV game show Tipping Point, which sees four players try to win money from the Tipping Point machine as they answer quiz questions.Ben took to Twitter on Thursday (June 23) to announce filming for Tipping Point: Lucky Stars was coming to an end.READ MORE: Tipping Point fans furious as ITV show is yanked off air in major format changeLucky Stars is a celebrity spin-off version of the game show which has been running since 2013.However, he seemed rather concerned as members of his team were sporting pajamas to the studio with Ben's face plastered all over.Ben was snapped smiling next to two of his executives producers, who looked rather cosy in their Ben-themed garments.It led poor Ben to tease that merchandise for the popular game show must be "getting out of hand."Ben said: "Coming to the end of this years filming for@TippingPointITV #LuckyStars you can tell Stockholm syndrome has set in my execs are now wearing #benshephard pajama’s..." I think the merch thing is getting out of hand. I blame Mary!@itvcorrie"He definitely saw the funny side of the pajamas, though, because he used laughing emojis in his tweet.One fan replied: "I could use a pair of those.
Father John Misty shares new ‘Buddy’s Rendezvous’ video
Father John Misty has shared a new video for his latest single ‘Buddy’s Rendezvous’ – check it out below.The visual for the song, which appears on Josh Tillman’s recent album ‘Chloë And The Next 20th Century’, stars Starcrawler singer Arrow De Wilde.‘Buddy’s Rendezvous’ was recently covered by Lana Del Rey, with the version exclusively released on a seven-inch vinyl as part of a limited edition box set of Father John Misty’s new record.Watch the official video for ‘Buddy’s Rendezvous’ below:Father John Misty will showcase his latest album on a run of UK and European headline concerts in 2023, which includes a stop-off at the O2 Academy Brixton in London. You can find any remaining tickets here.See the full list of dates below:FEBRUARY 202325 – Oslo, Sentrum Scene28 – Stockholm, CirkusMARCH 20232 – Denmark, KB Hallen3 – Berlin, Columbiahalle4 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live6 – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique7 – Paris, Salle Pleyel9 – London, O2 Academy Brixton13 – Gateshead, Sage Gateshead15 – Glasgow, Barrowlands17 – Manchester, O2 Apollo ManchesterIn a five-star review of Father John Misty’s new album, NME wrote: “Besides its flirtations with big band-style instrumentals, ‘Chloë And The Next 20th Century’ serves as a gorgeously crafted highlight reel of the singer’s many previous styles and guises, rather than a complete reinvention.“Much of it is delivered with a wink, and is as dramatically brooding as his past work; every track is vivid yet still quietly dark as it conjures various kinds of lamentation.”Meanwhile, Arrow De Wilde and Starcrawler will release new album ‘She Said’, their first for major label Big Machine, later this year.The band’s new album will come out on September 16, and follows the release of new single