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Last Update on March 03, 2015 08:08 GMT

MAXEE MAXWELL OF BROWNSTONE DIES

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Singer Maxee Maxwell of Brownstone has died from a cut to her throat suffered in a fall. Her representative says Maxwell was at her home in Los Angeles Friday when she fell and cut her throat on a drinking glass. Her husband found her some time later and called 911. Maxwell died at a hospital. She was 46. Brownstone's biggest song was "If You Love Me," which peaked at number 8 in 1994.

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Sound of Brownstone

Here's an excerpt of Brownstone performing "If You Love Me."

SUGE KNIGHT SAYS HE'S GOING BLIND

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- For the third time, Death Row Records founder Suge (SHUG) Knight has needed emergency medical care while in custody on a murder charge. Knight told a judge in Los Angeles yesterday he is blind in one eye and nearly blind in the other. He says he's lost 35 pounds as a result of being shot six times last year and has a blood clot in his lungs. His case was transferred to another judge, but Knight was taken for medical care before his case could be called. Knight has pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder from a January incident in which he struck two men with his truck. One man died and the other was seriously injured. Knight says he's fired his attorneys and he's not getting adequate medical care in jail.

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Oscar Wells Gabriel

It's another hospital run for Suge Knight. AP Entertainment Editor Oscar Wells Gabriel explains why he's in this time.

<<CUT ..010 (03/03/15)>> 00:18 "other complications since"

Oscar Wells Gabriel

AP Entertainment Editor Oscar Wells Gabriel reports Suge Knight complained of a variety of physical problems before being taken from court to a Los Angeles hospital.

<<CUT ..011 (03/03/15)>> 00:17 "a hit-and-run case"

Oscar Wells Gabriel

AP Entertainment Editor Oscar Wells Gabriel reports Suge Knight is apparently dissatisfied with his defense team.

JUDGE SAYS CEELO GREEN IS COMPLYING WITH HIS PROBATION

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge says CeeLo Green is doing what he's supposed to be doing. Green had pleaded no contest in August to giving a woman ecstasy during a dinner in 2012. He appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom yesterday to update Superior Court Judge David Herriford on the progress of his probation. Green had been sentenced to three years of probation and 45 days of community service. Herriford says Green will not have to attend any more court hearings in Los Angeles. He did not say how many hours of service Green has completed.

MADONNA ANNOUNCES TOUR

NEW YORK (AP) -- Madonna is set to hit the road again. She will begin her "Rebel Heart" tour August 29 in Miami and hit 24 other cities before going to Europe in November. The last time Madonna toured, it was the biggest tour of 2012. Her 2008-2009 "Sticky and Sweet" tour was the highest-grossing tour ever for a solo act.

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SINGER APOLOGIZES FOR VANDALIZING DIMEBAG DARRELL'S GRAVE

UNDATED (AP) -- The former singer for a metal band who claimed responsibility for vandalizing Dimebag Darrell's grave has apologized. Reece Eber, formerly of the band Nuclear Hellfrost, writes on Facebook he is "deeply sorry" for the "dumbest possible delinquent act." His original post said he had spat on Dimebag's grave, wrote a homophobic slur on it and stole a pair of boots that had been left there. Eber says the rest of the band had nothing to do with it and he and his friends have been getting death threats in the past few days.

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THE BLACK KEYS PREFER BLANKETS AND PILLOWS, THANK YOU

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) -- The Black Keys know from personal experience sleeping on newspapers is no way to sleep. Drummer Patrick Carney says after one of their early shows, they were so exhausted they used newspapers as pillows and blankets. Singer Dan Auerbach says that's an awful way to sleep because newspapers don't retain any heat and don't prop up your head. The other piece of advice they got: don't tour for more than three and a half weeks without a break, for their own sanity. Carney says if they tour for four Fridays in a row, they'll turn into pumpkins.

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Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys

Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney says they've come a long way from their humble beginnings.

<<CUT ..013 (03/03/15)>> 00:13 "your head up"

Dan Auerbach, singer-guitarist and Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys say they learned a lesson from one of their early shows.

<<CUT ..014 (03/03/15)>> 00:14 "the best advice"

Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys

Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney says they try to not tour endlessly, for their own sanity.

<<CUT ..015 (03/03/15)>> 00:12 "losing your mind"

Dan Auerbach, singer-guitarist and Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys say they don't tour for more than three and a half weeks at a time.

JOHN LEGEND PLAYS BAHRAIN

MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) -- Activists in Bahrain wanted John Legend to boycott a festival there. Legend says the best way to address change is to be part of the conversation. Legend performed last night at the Spring of Culture festival in the capital of Manama (mah-NAH'-mah) for a sold-out crowd of more than 2,000. Before performing the song "Glory," Legend said they may see him as a superstar, but he's also the descendant of slaves, and they fought for change. Some activists called for Legend to cancel his appearance because of concerns of human rights abuses in Bahrain. Legend did not address the issues directly, but he did say he was at the festival "to celebrate art and its power to bring us together and help us see each other's humanity."

LINDA PERRY AND SARA GILBERT ARE PARENTS

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Former 4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry is a mom. Her partner, actress Sara Gilbert, gave birth to a boy on Saturday. They've named him Rhodes Emilio Gilbert Perry. Julie Chen announced the news on "The View," where Gilbert is a co-host. Gilbert also has a son and a daughter from a previous relationship.

MUMFORD AND SONS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM

NEW YORK (AP) -- If you love the acoustic sound of Mumford and Sons, their new album might be a surprise. Singer Marcus Mumford says they played around with new songs during the end of their "Babel" (BAY'-behl) tour that did not involve a banjo or a kick-drum. He says they didn't purposely say, "No acoustic instruments," but they wanted to shake things up and they fell in love with drums again. Keyboardist Ben Lovett says they chose instruments that play well off each other, rather than try to overhaul their sound. Mumford and Sons' third album, "Wilder Mind," comes out May 4. They will hold four more "Gentlemen of the Road" concerts this summer, set for Seaside Heights, New Jersey; Waverly, Iowa; Walla Walla, Washington; and Salida, Colorado.

CASSANDRA WILSON AND APOLLO THEATER CELEBRATE BILLIE HOLIDAY

NEW YORK (AP) -- New York's Apollo Theater will mark the 100th anniversary of Billie Holiday's birth with a series of events. Holiday will be inducted into the Apollo Walk of Fame on April 6. Cassandra Wilson will present the plaque. The next day, Wilson will release an album of Holiday's music called "Coming Forth By Day." Wilson will also headline the Apollo with a Holiday tribute concert on April 10.

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Stocks slip a day after Nasdaq passes 5,000 milestone

NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks have given up much of yesterday's gains, as the Nasdaq composite retreats back below 5,000.

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"JUDGE JUDY" EXTENDS CONTRACT DEAL

NEW YORK (AP) -- Quick -- who would you say is the top-earning TV entertainer?

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MARIJUANA-VENDING MACHINES

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Pot-to-go would be a legal no-no.

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IN THE NEWS: GOOGLE PROBLE DELAYED

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- The Mississippi attorney general's attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months.

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