Body of Craig Morgan's Son, Jerry Greer, Recovered Monday Night

Black River EntertainmentThe body of Craig Morgan’s 19-year-old son, Jerry Greer, was recovered around 9 p.m. CT on Monday. Though searchers were prepared to keep going through the night, the remains of the recent high school graduate were found a little more than 24 hours after he disappeared during a tubing accident on Tennessee's Kentucky Lake. One eyewitness reported he was still wearing his life jacket when he was found.

Greer and a friend were being pulled behind a ski boat on Sunday when they hit a wake. Jerry’s friend resurfaced, but he never did. Early Monday before his body was found, Craig released a statement through his publicist thanking everyone for their support and asking for privacy during this difficult time.

Though he’s known professionally as Craig Morgan, the Tennessee native’s full name is Craig Morgan Greer.  The former member of the armed forces is best known for his chart-topping hit “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” as well as “Redneck Yacht Club” and “Little Bit of Life.” The 2008 Grand Ole Opry inductee released his latest album, Whole Lot More to Me, on June 3.

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Going His Own Way: Fleetwood Mac Drummer's Blues Band Lines Up Fall North American Tour

Courtesy of SuretoneAfter scheduling an appearance at Colorado's Telluride Blues & Brews Festival this September, Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood's side project The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band has lined up a full tour of the western U.S. and Canada. The trek kicks off September 16 in Aspen, Colorado, and is plotted out through an October show in the Canadian city of Victoria, British Columbia.

The group, whose lineup includes ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Rick Vito, also will visit such major cities as Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Spokane, Washington. Fleetwood's Blues Band plays a mix of original tunes, cover tunes, and 1960s Fleetwood Mac material written by founding singer/guitarist Peter Green, including "Oh Well" and "Black Magic Woman."

Explaining why he formed his blues outfit, Mick has said, "Over my career I've been called a pop star and a rock star, yet in my inner heart, I will always be part bluesman. On my journey from blues to a life of rock 'n' roll, I've always remembered where I started."

As for Fleetwood's main gig, Fleetwood Mac has only one concert on its 2016 schedule, a recently reported July 28 charity performance at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles that will raises funds for the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.

Here are all of The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band's confirmed North American tour dates:

9/16 -- Aspen, CO, Belly Up Aspen
9/17 -- Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre
9/18 -- Telluride, CO, Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
9/20 -- Los Angeles, CA, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre
9/21 -- Solana Beach, CA, Belly Up Tavern
9/23 -- Grass Valley, CA, Veterans Memorial Auditorium
9/24 -- Monterey, CA, Golden State Theatre
9/25 -- Napa, CA, Uptown Theatre
9/26 -- San Francisco, CA, The Regency Ballroom
9/28 -- Spokane, WA, Fox Theater
9/29 -- Aberdeen, WA, D & R Theater
9/30 -- Coquitlam, BC, Canada, Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
10/2 -- Victoria, BC, Canada, University of Victoria -- Farquhar Auditorium

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Maynard James Keenan Announces First Dates for Book Tour

Backbeat BooksTool frontman Maynard James Keenan will embark on a book tour this fall in support of his forthcoming biography, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things. So far, the tour only includes two dates: November 9 at Nashville's City Winery and November 16 at Chicago's Empty Bottle. Additional stops will be announced soon.

The live dates will feature a moderated discussion in which Keenan will speak about A Perfect Union of Contrary Things. He'll also be reading excerpts, and answering questions from the audience.

A Perfect Union of Contrary Things, which Keenan co-wrote with longtime friend Sarah Jensen, will be released November 8.

Leading up to the release of A Perfect Union of Contrary Things, Tool will play a trio of U.S. headlining tour dates in October. The band will also headline the Aftershock and Voodoo Music + Arts Experience festivals.

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Blink-182 to Guest on Tonight's "The Late Show" in Place of Hollywood Vampires

ABC/Paula LoboTonight's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will feature a previously unscheduled performance by Blink-182. The pop-punk trio will be performing a track from their new, number-one album, California.

The Blink performance will air in place of what was scheduled to be the late night TV debut of Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, Alice Cooper and actor Johnny Depp.  However, since Perry was hospitalized after collapsing during a Hollywood Vampires show in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday, their appearance on The Late Show has been canceled. 

According to the other members of Hollywood Vampires, Perry is "stable and resting."

The Late Show airs at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Giddy Up: Foals Plan Fall US Tour

Credit: Neil KrugFoals will gallop across the U.S. on a headlining tour this fall. The trek will begin September 23 in Seattle and will conclude November 5 in New Haven, Connecticut. Visit for all the ticket info.

Prior to the fall jaunt, Foals will make their way through the summer festival circuit with stops at Lollapalooza, Panorama, Osheaga and Outside Lands.

Foals will be touring in continued support of their new album What Went Down, which features the single "Mountain at My Gates."

Here are Foals' fall tour dates:

9/23 -- Seattle, WA, Paramount Theater
9/24 -- Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom
9/27 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Palladium
10/3 -- Dallas, TX, Granada
10/4 -- Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
10/8 -- San Antonio, TX, Aztec Theatre
10/25 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Revolution
10/26 -- Tampa, FL, The Ritz Ybor
11/1 -- Boston, MA, House of Blues
11/3 -- Washington, DC, Echostage
11/5 -- New Haven, CT, College Street Music Hall

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Superstar Collaborations Take Center Stage on ABC's Annual CMA Music Festival Special Next Month

Craig Sjodin/ABCCMA Music Festival 2016 was a who’s who of superstars in country music. But if you missed it last month in Nashville, never fear: you can watch it in the comfort of your own home on Wednesday, August 3 when ABC airs its annual special, CMA Music Festival:  Country’s Night to Rock.  Here's a preview of what you'll see that night.

Superstar collaborations will be front and center, with Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge teaming up to both host and perform. Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan unites with Keith Urban, while Little Big Town brings their Wanderlust producer Pharrell Williams to the CMA Stage. Rascal Flatts and Maren Morris mash up their hits, as do Lady Antebellum and Cam.

Dierks Bentley and Elle King focus on their hit duet, "Different for Girls," with Chris Young and Cassadee Pope doing the same. Martina McBride takes on an Aerosmith classic with frontman Steven Tyler, while Hank Williams Jr. brings a Bocephus standard back to life with Chris Janson and Justin Moore.

As if that weren't enough, Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Cole Swindell, and Carrie Underwood all turn in solo performances during the three-hour special, now in its 12th year.

CMA Music Festival:  Country’s Night to Rock airs Wednesday, August 3 at 8 p.m. ET.


Justin Timberlake Presenting Three Sports Legends with Icon Award at The ESPYS

ABC/Randy HolmesJustin Timberlake has been given a big job at The ESPYS this year. The singer will present the prestigious Icon Award to three athletes at the ceremony.

Justin'll do a special presentation to honor former L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant, former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and retired U.S. soccer champ Abby Wambach. All three will be in attendance to accept the honor.  

The 2016 ESPYS will be hosted by John Cena. It airs live from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater on Wednesday, July 13 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Baby on the Brain? Taylor Swift Thinks Tom Hiddleston “Would Make a Great Dad,” Source Says

ABC/Lou Rocco; ABC/Randy HolmesIf you thought Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston were moving fast before, wait until you hear this. A source tells E! News the couple is already talking about having kids one day.

"This is the kind of a man she would want to marry," the insider says. "She has said he would make a great dad. They have talked about what they want in the future and kids are something that they would both like down the line. They have very real and serious conversations about life."

On a more superficial note, the source adds that Taylor likes Tom’s “English ways.”

"She has told me that she loves his accent and thinks he is so sexy," the source says. "He acts very English. He is also a big tea drinker."

Tom, it seems, is remaining more tight-lipped about their relationship. He dodged questions about Taylor when a reporter caught up with him in Australia over the weekend. “How is Taylor enjoying the Gold Coast?” the reporter asked. To which Tom replied, “I’m not going to answer that, if that’s all right.”

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Rod Stewart's Mansion Can Be Yours, for Just Under $10 Million

Penny LancasterHe once thought he would live there "for the rest of my life," but Rod Stewart is selling his historic U.K. estate, Wood House, for 7.5 million pounds, which is nearly 10 million dollars.

The Sunday Times reports Rod loves the home, which he purchased in 1986 for 1.2 million pounds, but he and his wife Penny Lancaster are selling it because they want to live closer to their sons' new school.  "If only we could have picked it up and moved it," he tells the Times.  Wood House has been his home through any number of girlfriends, four of his eight children, his breakup with Rachel Hunter, and his battle with thyroid cancer.

One of the highlights of Wood House is Rod's extensive collection of paintings.  He tells the Sunday Times that if he can't sleep, he counts the pictures hanging on the wall: "Normally, by the time I get up to about 130, I'm ready to go off."

Rod and Penny's new home is a mansion he purchased in 2013 for 4.65 million pounds, which he's been fixing up -- he's even building a soccer pitch on the grounds.  But if he gets tired of that home, he also has a mansion in L.A., a place in Palm Beach, Florida, an apartment in London, and a villa in Cannes, France.

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Photographer Sues B.B. King's Estate over Alleged Unauthorized Use of Pics He Took of the Late Bluesman

Charlie Gillett/RedfernsA photojournalist named Glen Craig filed a copyright-infringement lawsuit Monday against the estate of B.B. King and other parties, alleging that his photos of the late blues legend have been used on album covers and promotional materials without permission for more than 40 years.

The lawsuit claims, "Craig photographed B.B. King in a series of photographs during his music tours" that were reproduced without authorization. Craig cited 44 examples of his work that allegedly were used without his permission. He is seeking damages of $150,000 per infringement, which adds up to well over $6 million.

The lawsuit also names King's record label, Universal Music Group, and KingSid Ventures film production company.

The influential guitarist died in May 2015 at the age of 89.

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Swizz Beatz Teams Up with Bacardi for New Endorsement Deal

Kevin Mazur/WireImage via ABCSwizz Beatz has just landed an enviable endorsement deal with Bacardi. 

Beatz will be the Global Chief Creative for Culture for the whole Bacardi brand portfolio. The producer announced the deal on his Instagram page on Monday. DJ Khaled also gave kudos to Beatz on his own Instagram page on Monday. 

"Congrats @therealswizzz bless up my brother," Khaled writes. 

Chief Executive Officer of Bacardi Limited, Mike Dolan, gave a statement about the lucrative deal between the two global titans. 

"For Bacardi, having Swizz as a partner represents an opportunity to sell more than just bottles and cocktails," he states

"It represents a convergence of our brands in lifestyle and cultural experiences. Consumers are identifying with brands that fit their lifestyle in culturally relevant ways and Swizz is the perfect partner to identify and forge these new consumer connections."  

In his new creative role, Beatz will have the ability to develop further partnerships and produce ideas that can elevate Bacardi's brand in film, music and art. 

"As the Bacardi Global Chief Creative for Culture, I will be involved in all aspects of the product -- from brand marketing and advertising to innovation and selling platforms -- areas to which I will bring a new, fresh perspective," Beatz states

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Troy Ave, Rapper Indicted in Connection with T.I. Concert Shooting, Released on $500K Bail

Thaddaeus McAdams/WireImageTroy Ave was released on bail Monday. The rapper was indicted on one charge of second degree attempted murder and four counts of weapons possession, due to his alleged involvement in a May shooting at a T.I. concert at New York City's Irving Plaza concert venue.

Ave's friend, Ronald McPhatter, died following the shooting. Ave was indicted based on video footage that reportedly shows the rapper shooting at people in the venue's green room. Ave, who pleaded not guilty, was not charged with the death of McPhatter.  

In June, the rapper showed up to court in a wheelchair, after having been shot during the Irving Plaza incident. His attorneys denied police claims that Troy Ave shot himself.

On Monday, prosecutors stated that after seven weeks, the "precise manner and circumstances" of how McPhatter was killed remain under investigation.  However, they believe that the investigation was hampered by Ave, and that he and his entourage transported several guns to and from the venue.

Ave's DNA was on each of the three loaded hand guns previously found in his car, including the one that killed McPhatter. Ave is still charged with attempted murder for firing his weapon in Irving Plaza. 

Defense attorney John Stella states that Ave declined a request to speak to police at the present time.

"That was the extent of the cooperation that they asked of him," he said.  "I don't see it as him not cooperating. In terms of how everything is going to shake out, I really can't speculate." 

As for the rapper's release, Stella is both grateful and hopeful for Ave's continued healing.  

"He really needs an opportunity to fully recover from his...wounds," he said.   

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The LOX, French Montana, Teyana Taylor and More to Honor Lil' Kim Tonight

Rommel Demano/Getty ImagesAll for the love! During tonight's VH1 Hip Hop Honors: All Hail The Queens event, many of the genre's finest will pay tribute to hip hop icon Lil' Kim

The LOXFrench MontanaDesiignerDej LoafTeyana TaylorRich Homie Quan and Jessica White are all scheduled to honor the Queen Bee during the ceremony this evening, Billboard reports. Lil' Kim joins a roster of fellow honorees that includes Queen LatifahMissy Elliott and Salt-N-Pepa.

Kim is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her 1996 double-platinum debut solo album, Hard Core.Later this summer, she will also be featured on the nationwide Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour.

VH1 Hip-Hop Honors: All Hail the Queens, will air Monday, July 11 at 9 p.m. ET live from New York City.

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Britney Spears Teases New Song in Ad for New "Private Show" Perfume

Getty Images via ABCWhat a tease! Britney Spears shared a brief snippet of a new song today in an ad for her most recent fragrance, Private Show.

The video, posted to her Instagram page, features Britney dancing backstage in black lingerie before taking the stage. At the very end of the clip, you hear Britney singing the perfume’s name.  It’s unclear when we’ll get to hear the whole song, or even what it's called.

Initially, reports said that Britney would release a new single on the way called “Make Me (Oooh)," but a hashtag on the Instagram post reads #TakeaBow.  Could this be a different song?

Last month, Britney posted photos from a music video shoot for a new single.  Her ninth studio album is expected later this year.

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Hollywood Vampires Cancel "Late Show" Appearance Following Joe Perry's Hospitalization

Credit: Ross HalfinThe Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Aerosmith's Joe Perry and actor Johnny Depp, were scheduled to make their late-night television debut this evening on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but the band's performance has been canceled following Perry's onstage collapse and subsequent hospitalization on Sunday.

In place of The Hollywood Vampires, The Late Show will feature a performance by Blink-182, whose new album California current sits at #1 on the Billboard 200. The program airs at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.

As previously reported, Perry collapsed while The Hollywood Vampires were playing a concert in Coney Island, New York. The 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer initially was taken to Coney Island Hospital, where -- according to the New York City Police Department -- he was listed in stable condition. He was then later transferred to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital for an unspecified reason.

The Hollywood Vampires said in a statement, "Joe Perry is stable and resting. His brother Vampires and fans wish him a speedy recovery."

The band is about halfway through its first official U.S. tour, which is scheduled to continue this Tuesday, July 12, in Kettering, Ohio. No word yet whether any of the group's other shows will be affected by Perry's illness.

Meanwhile, a variety of fellow rockers have sent out messages sharing their love and support for the legendary rocker, including Aerosmith members Tom Hamilton and Joey Kramer, and Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash.

Hamilton posted a message on Twitter that reads, "Thankfully, Joe seems to be better than we all first feared. Here's hoping he's back on stage soon doing what he loves to do!"

Kramer wrote on his Twitter feed, "@JoePerry I love you ! We are Brothers @Aerosmith & our brotherhood lives on forever."

Slash tweeted, "Hey Joe, feel better soon. We're all [rooting] for you!"

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Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher Celebrate Their Anniversary by Getting Romantic Online

ABC/Image Group LAThings couldn’t get much better these days for Carrie Underwood. This weekend, she celebrated half a dozen years of marriage to hockey star Mike Fisher with a romantic getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

“Six years ago today, I said ‘I do,’ to this handsome fella,” the “Church Bells” hitmaker shared on her socials, along with a seaside photo of the two holding hands.

“I meant it then and I mean it now. God put us together and continues to bless our marriage," she continued. "I couldn't imagine this life without you, @mfisher1212 I am thankful for these past six years together (and, of course, for our beautiful son, Isaiah) and I look forward to spending the rest of our lives in love.”

The Nashville Predators star accompanied his love note to his wife with a picture of their wedding day. “Time sure does fly when you're having fun and you marry up,” Mike shared. “I'm very grateful to have an amazing wife and mother by my side!!”

Carrie still has a few more days off to enjoy before she gets back to work. Her next gig is July 22 at the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa.

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Alessia Cara Turns 20 with an Empowering New Single & Tour Announcement

Image Group LA/ABCIt’s Alessia Cara’s 20th birthday today and she’s celebrating with some big announcements. She just released a brand-new single called “Scars to Your Beautiful,” and announced the second leg of her headlining Know-It-All tour.

Alessia debuted “Scars to Your Beautiful” with an exclusive video on It features a strong message of empowerment that ties in with her new partnership with I Am That Girl, a national movement that aims to inspire girls to be who they are.

“The world sometimes tells us that we shouldn't be happy with ourselves if we don't fit certain standards of beauty,” Alessia says in a statement. “’Scars to Your Beautiful’ is my reminder that beauty isn't only one look, shape, size, or color. Beauty comes in all forms -- tangible and intangible -- inside and out. We need to recognize that.”

Alessia will take that message on the road when her Know-It-All Tour Part II begins September 29 in Silver Spring, Maryland. The tour will hit New York City’s Radio City Music Hall and Los Angeles’ The Wiltern before wrapping November 2 in Toronto, Canada.

She’ll be joined on the trek by Ruth B and Nathan Sykes. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 15 at 10 a.m. local time at

Here are the tour dates:

9/29 -- Silver Spring, MD, The Fillmore
9/30 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore
10/1 -- Boston, MA, Orpheum Theatre
10/4 -- New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
10/6 -- Detroit, MI, The Fillmore
10/7 -- Chicago, IL, Chicago Theatre
10/8 -- Minneapolis, MN, Orpheum Theatre
10/10 -- Denver, CO, Paramount Theatre
10/11 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot
10/13 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
10/15 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Foundry Hall at SLS
10/17 -- San Francisco, CA, Masonic Theater
10/18 -- San Diego, CA, Copley Symphony Hall
10/19 -- Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theater
10/21 -- Grande Prairie, TX, Verizon Theater
10/22 -- Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
10/24 -- Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
10/25 -- Atlanta, GA, The Tabernacle
10/27 -- Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
10/28 -- Miami Beach, FL, Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater
10/29 -- Orlando, FL, Hard Rock Live
11/1 -- Montreal, CAN, Metropolis
11/2 -- Toronto, CAN, Massey Hall

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Taylor Swift Is "Forbes"' Top-Earning Celeb of 2016

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As if you didn’t know already, Taylor Swift is rolling in dough. The singer tops this year’s Forbes Celebrity 100 list as the highest-earning celebrity in the world.

She’s raked in $170 million over the past year, mostly thanks to her insanely-successful 1989 world tour, which grossed $200 million in North America alone. Taylor also makes the big bucks by endorsing brands including Diet Coke, Keds and Apple.

This year’s haul is the highest total of Taylor’s career, more than doubling last year’s $80 million sum. She earned more than last year’s highest-paid musician, Katy Perry, who took in $135 million. But it still doesn’t beat last year’s top-earning celeb, boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, who pulled in $300 million in 2015.

One Direction, which includes Harry Styles, one of Taylor's exes, is #2 on the list with earnings of $110 million, but of course, they have to split it four ways.  Adele comes in at #9, with $80.5 million.

Taylor’s most recent ex, Calvin Harris, also makes the list this year at number 21, with $63 million. Beyonce and Jay Z were named the top-earning Celebrity 100 couple, with $107.5 million total.

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Disturbed Announces US Tour with Chevelle 

Credit: Travis ShinnDisturbed has spent most of the year so far touring behind their comeback album, Immortalized, and that trend will continue this fall with another batch of dates, beginning September 23 in Las Vegas. The newly announced trek, which will feature support from Chevelle and Nothing More, will conclude October 21 in Glendale, Arizona. For ticket info, visit

Currently, Disturbed is touring the U.S. on a co-headlining jaunt with Breaking Benjamin. That trek will wrap up August 19 in Concord, California.

In related Disturbed news, the band's orchestral cover of the Simon & Garfunkel classic "The Sound of Silence" has been certified platinum. The track previously reached the top of Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.

Here are Disturbed's fall tour dates:

9/23 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint+
9/27 -- West Valley City, UT, Maverick Centre*
9/28 -- Colorado Springs, CO, Colorado Springs World Arena*
9/30 -- Des Moines, IA, Wells Fargo Arena*
10/4 -- Raleigh, NC, The Red Hat Amphitheater*
10/5 -- University Park, PA, Bryce Jordan Center- Penn State University*
10/7 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Boardwalk Hall^
10/8 -- Huntington, WV, Big Sandy Superstore Arena*
10/9 -- Reading, PA, Santander Arena*
10/17 -- Austin, TX, Moody Theater^
10/18 -- Midland, TX, Horseshoe Pavilion*
10/19 -- El Paso, TX, Speaking Rock Event Center*
10/21 -- Glendale, AZ, Gila River Arena*

* with Chevelle and Nothing More.
+ Support TBD.
^ with Nothing More only.

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Corey Taylor Smacks Phone out of Texting Fan's Hand at Slipknot Show

Alessandro Bosio/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty ImagesHere's a piece of advice: don't text and Knot.  Corey Taylor made that point clear at a recent Slipknot show when he smacked the phone out of a texting crowd-member's hand in the middle of a song. You can watch Taylor impart his brand of concert justice via Slipknot's Twitter.

When asked about the phone smack on Twitter, Taylor responded, "If you're gonna text, stay home." The musician also said that he met up with the offending concertgoer after the show. "The dude TOTALLY understood," Taylor said, adding that they "laughed together" about the incident.

Slipknot is currently on tour with Marilyn Manson and Of Mice & Men. The trek continues Tuesday, July 12 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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