News featuring Melissa Etheridge

The following news stories mention Melissa Etheridge. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 21317 hours ago.

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Monday 4th May

  • At 73, David Crosby Isn't Slowing Down

    David Crosby always has been the colorful one in CSN — the eternal hippie with the droopy mustache who did jail time for drug possession, received a liver transplant and was a sperm donor for Melissa Etheridge’s wife.

    Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (TNS) -- David Crosby — who puts the cantankerous in Crosby, Stills & Nash — was in a particularly good mood the other day. “I’m in a very good space,” said the outspoken, voluble Crosby. He’s lost 40 pounds. The visits to the gym for weightlifting have stopped, but he swims and walks and — get this — stopped smoking pot. At least for now. “I’m not getting high or drinking, although I probably will smoke pot…

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’14 Dec 4 Thu

Thursday 4th December

  • Ian McLagan (Small Faces, the Faces), RIP

    Sad news: Ian McLagan, keyboardist for Small Faces and the Faces, and who also played with Rod Stewart solo, The Rolling Stones and others, died today, having suffered a stroke in his home of Austin, TX. (He moved there in 1993.) He was 69.

    McLagan played Small Faces classics "Itchycoo Park," Lazy Sunday," Rod Stewart's "Maggie May" among many others. He was a sought-after session musician as well, having played with Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, Joe Cocker, Bob Dylan, Melissa Etheridge, Bonnie Raitt, Paul Westerberg, Izzy Stradlin, Frank Black, Nikki Sudden, John Mayer, and many others. He also continued to make his own music with The Bump Band, whose most recent album, United States, came out this year via Yep Roc. McLagan also was a member of supergroup The Empty Hearts which included Clem Burke from Blondie and Elliot Easton of The Cars.

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