Is This the Real Reason Taylor Swift Has So Many Great Friends?

Image Group LA/ABCModel Karlie Kloss is a key member of Taylor Swift's squad, and is featured prominently in her epic new video for "Bad Blood."  But why is Karlie so tight with Taylor...and for that matter, how does Taylor manage to attract all these supremely talented, attractive and famous women into her inner circle?  According to Karlie, it's all about the food.

In an interview with Glamour Paris, Karlie is asked the question, "What is the best thing about being friends with Taylor Swift?"  Her answer?  "Taylor is an incredible friend.  She's fiercely loyal, and she's an incredible chef as well. So, that's probably the best part!"

Karlie recently told The Hollywood Reporter that she thinks the "Bad Blood" video -- which also features Cindy Crawford, Lena Dunham, Ellen Pompeo, Mariska Hargitay, Selena Gomez, Jessica Alba, Hailee Steinfeld and more -- should be turned into "a full-length feature film, premiering next year at [the] Cannes [Film Festival]."



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Dolly Parton, Other Country Stars Salute Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy" on Song's 40th Birthday

Image Courtesy of Webster PRGlen Campbell's smash hit "Rhinestone Cowboy" was released 40 years ago this week.  To celebrate the single's milestone birthday, Dolly Parton and a number of other country stars were filmed singing the tune for a video that's been posted at People.com.

Other artists featured in the clip include Tim McGraw, Clint Black, Darius Rucker and Sara Evans.

In 1975, "Rhinestone Cowboy" reached #1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Country charts, becoming the first single to accomplish that since Jimmy Dean's "Big Bad John" did it in 1961.

A deluxe, 40th anniversary edition of Campbell's Rhinestone Cowboy album was released this past March.

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Metallica Members to Perform National Anthem at 2015 X Games 

Image Courtesy of BB Gun PressMetallica has announced details about its plans to perform at the 2015 X Games in Austin, Texas.

Frontman James Hetfield and guitarist Kirk Hammett will perform an instrumental version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" on June 6 before the Moto X Speed & Style competition.  Then, later that day, Hetfield and Hammett will reconvene with the rest of Metallica for a full set at the X Games.  "We're very stoked to have our music take humans to another level," Hetfield told skateboarding icon Tony Hawk of Metallica's set.

Hetfield and Hammett previously broke out their heavy, Jimi Hendrix-esque take on the national anthem for the San Francisco Giants' third annual "Metallica Day" on May 2.  You can watch that performance at the San Francisco Giants' Facebook page.

The 2015 X Games will be held June 4-7.  Coverage of the competition will air on ESPN.

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Ciara Announces Second Single from "Jackie", "‘Give Me Love" 

Epic RecordsCiara has announced the next single from her latest album, Jackie. Following her somber ballad "I Bet," the singer shifts gears with the dance anthem "Give Me Love," which she teased on Instagram last month.

Ci Ci also revealed the official artwork for the song, which sees the singer smiling with her eyes closed. "Give me love or nothing at all," she sings on the track, posted on her YouTube page.

"Give Me Love" was produced by Dr. Luke, who also worked with the singer on "Dance Like We're Making Love," "Kiss & Tell" and "Lullaby." 

Ciara's sixth album, which she named after her mother, also includes contributions from Polow Da Don, Harmony Samuels, The Underdogs, Rock City, Ester Dean and Diane Warren.

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MisterWives Announce Fall Tour Dates 

Image Courtesy of PhotoFinish/Republic RecordsMisterWives have a busy summer schedule ahead of them, with shows scheduled into early September, and now the touring will continue into the fall. The band has announced The Scrapbook tour, which begins September 23 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and will run through a hometown show in New York City on November 6. Visit MisterWives.com for all ticket info.

As the band tells it, it looks like you'll also have a real life MisterWives scrapbook to look forward to by the end of the tour.

"Once upon a time when social media didn't rule the world we documented our lives with scrapbooks," MisterWives write. "We're makin one this fall and want you to be in it!"

MisterWives released their debut album, Our Own House, featuring the single "Reflections," earlier this year.

Here are the dates for MisterWives' The Scrapbook tour:

9/23 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
9/24 -- Toronto, ON, Mod Club
9/29 -- Norfolk, VA, The NorVa
10/1 -- Atlanta, GA, Buckhead Theatre
10/2-4 -- Austin TX, Austin City Limits Festival
10/6 -- Orlando, FL, House of Blues
10/7 -- St. Petersburg, FL, State Theatre
10/9-11 -- Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Festival
10/13 -- Phoenix, AZ, The Crescent Ballroom
10/15 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Belasco
10/16 -- San Diego, CA, North Park Theater
10/17 -- Santa Ana, CA, The Observatory
10/22 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex
11/3 -- Columbus, OH, The LC Pavilion
11/6 -- New York, NY, Terminal 5

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Slipknot's KnotFest to Return in October

Credit: M. Shawn CrahanIt's official: Knotfest will be back for another year. Slipknot's music festival will return to San Bernardino, California October 23-25. Full details of Knotfest 2015 will be revealed and tickets will go on sale June 29. Stay tuned to KnotFest.com for more information.

Knotfest 2015 will be the third U.S. edition of the festival. After debuting as a two-day, two-location festival in 2012, Knotfest returned in 2014 as a three-day event in San Benardino. Additionally, Slipknot held the inaugural Knotfest Japan last November.

Last year's American Knotfest featured performances by Slipknot, Volbeat, Five Finger Death Punch, HELLYEAH, Of Mice & Men and Atreyu, among others. You can watch live videos from the 2014 festival on Slipknot's YouTube page.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhat is the name of Jake Owen's twin brother? ANSWER: Jarrod.

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Country Music Hall of Fame Announces Star-Studded CMA Music Festival Lineup

Dove Wedding Photography/CMHOFThe Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville will present an impressive list of stars performing and signing autographs during the 2015 CMA Music Festival.  The festivities kick off Wednesday, June 10 with appearances from Chase Bryant and Old Dominion. Kelsea Ballerini, Danielle Bradbery and RaeLynn are among the artists performing at the Hall of Fame on Thursday, June 11 for CMT's Next Women of Country showcase.

Eric Paslay, Trisha Yearwood and Montgomery Gentry are among the other stars signing autographs at the Country Music Hall of Fame through Saturday, June 13.

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Garth Brooks Tour Heading to New Orleans

Nancy Seltzer & Assoc.Garth Brooks will bring his Man Against Machine world tour to New Orleans, LA, for two shows in July.  The stop marks Garth's first stop in Louisiana in 18 years.

The shows will be Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11, 7:00 p.m. at the Smoothie King Center.  Garth's wife Trisha Yearwood will join him for the shows.  Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster Friday, June 5.

Garth's next shows take place this Thursday through Sunday at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, TN.  There are apparently still some tickets available for the Thursday night show -- the others are sold out.

As always, you can find more information at GarthBrooks.com.

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Mariah Carey to Perform At the Opening of World Trade Center Observatory in NYC

Denise Truscello/WireImageMariah Carey will be in New York City on Thursday to perform at the opening of One World Observatory, according to the New York Post.

Sources tell the newspaper that the 45-year-old diva will sing her latest single "Infinity" at a gala to mark the opening of the 1 World Trade Center Observatory, located 1,300 feet above street level.

The observatory will open to the public Friday.

Carey finished the first leg of her Las Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace last Sunday. The second leg will kick off in July.

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The Script's Newly Launched Tour Is All About "Getting Back to the Music" 

Simon EmmettLast night in Boston, The Script kicked off the North American leg of their world tour in support of their latest album No Sound Without Silence.  The tour will feature the band doing a more scaled-down version of the massive shows they've been doing in Europe, which the band thinks will be "really, really special."

"We’re actually going back to more when we first started," lead singer Danny O'Donoghue tells ABC Radio. "So we’ve stripped down a lot of the production. We’re really going, not...back to basics, but we’ve had the kind of massive, massive light show of Europe, and I think coming over here, it’s a small tour, but also I think it’s just getting back to the music, getting back to being a band again."

"I think it’s a really cool way for our fans to catch us as well," he adds. "It’s not that intimate when you’re playing Shea Stadium or you’re playing these places with Paul McCartney or whatever."  The Script have opened for the former Beatle legend several times, most famously in 2009 at New York's Citi Field.

"Playing these places now, they’ll literally be able to see the whites of our eyes," says Danny. "And I think it’s gonna be something really, really special for our fan base here in America." 

Keeping their fans happy is job number one for the Irish group: Script fans are intensely loyal and refer to themselves as "the Script Family."  Danny says many of them have been following the band for years, and the band doesn't take that for granted.

"They’ve watched us grow, we’ve seen them grow too. A lot of the fans, maybe they were 18 or 19 when they first started liking The Script and now they have kids and now some of them are married and some of them are -- they’re growing," he says. "I'm not, I don’t have kids, I’m not married yet, but everybody knows we value our fans more than, I believe, any other band. You know, we really do."

In addition to spending time with fans after every show, The Script is making sure the set list on this tour is full of hits like "Breakeven" and "Hall of Fame," as well as songs from the new album, like "Superheroes" and the new single "No Good in Goodbye."

"We don’t like bands that just go out and do the new album and kind of forget about everything else," guitarist Mark Sheehan tells ABC Radio. "It’s not like we get to be in America all the time so I think for us we’re gonna pepper some of the older songs in there as well and just kind of give a musical journey, so to speak, into the new material, so everybody can just hear them all, really, against each other."

You might think when a band like The Script goes on the road, the list of backstage demands include a massive amount of alcohol.  While they will own up to drinking vodka before the show, drummer Glen Power says it's just "to warm up the belly and get the blood going."  Other than that, Glen says, they keep it simple: all they ask for is "some beers...some healthy food and bits of salad and stuff."

Meanwhile, The Script joined many music stars last week -- including Hozier -- in tweeting their approval of the fact that their home country of Ireland voted in favor of marriage equality.

"We’re so proud of Ireland," says Danny. "A lot of people think because it’s a small island, it’s not progressive. But I think we prove every single time how open-minded as a country we actually are." "And independent, " Mark adds. "Because it used to be years ago that the people were joined by the church, where it’s not that way anymore. Which I think is a good thing."  

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The Script's tour wraps up June 7 in St. Louis, Missouri.  Then, after a date in Mexico, they'll head back to Europe for festival appearances and one very special gig: a headlining show at Croke Park in their hometown of Dublin, where they'll play for 82,000 people.



Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockBrett Eldredge will perform his new single, "Lose My Mind," on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers Monday, June 1.

Mickey Guyton's self-titled debut EP is now on sale at all digital outlets featuring her debut single, "Better Than You Left Me."

Zac Brown Band's new video for "Lovin' You Easy" will premiere Saturday, May 30 on CMT's Hot 20 Countdown.

Kip Moore will perform an hour-long concert at the Daytona International Speedway Sunday, July 5 prior to the 57th Annual Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.

Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker and Dolly Parton are among the stars singing a bit of Glen Campbell's 1975 smash, "Rhinestone Cowboy," in a new video at People.com. The clip celebrates the song's 40th anniversary.

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Brian Setzer's Tour with George Thorogood and the Destroyers Kicks Off Tonight

Image Courtesy of Brian SetzerMusic fan who loves that old-time rock 'n' roll likely will want to check out the new joint tour featuring former Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer and George Thorogood and the Destroyers, which kicks off tonight, May 27, in Red Bank, New Jersey.  The 18-date trek will make its way across North America over the next few weeks, winding down with a June 20 concert in Saratoga, California.

Setzer, who toured with Thorogood and his band back in the late '80s, tells ABC Radio that the bill "works because our crowds overlap.  You know, the blues and roots and rockabilly thing seems to work together."

Brian says he's excited about the trek because it will give him the chance to introduce more fans to songs from his latest solo album, 2014's Rockabilly Riot! All Original.

"Part of the problem now with making records is you make a record and it just goes by and it's over," he explains.  "A lot of the big idea behind touring with George was [so] I could get out there and play these new songs."

As you'd expect, the album features songs inspired by classic late-'50s rock 'n' roll, but with some modern elements added in.

"I've always liked to mix the old with the new stuff," says Setzer.  "There's a lot of songs in here I don't think that would have been written in the rockabilly style of the '50s.  They just didn't play those kind of chords with it yet, you know?  It was too soon."

As for what his fans can expect to hear during the tour, Brian says that, in addition to selections from Rockabilly Riot!, he's planning to play Stray Cats classics like "Runaway Boys," "Rock This Town" and "Stray Cat Strut"; older solo gems such as "Ignition"; and covers of Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire" and Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues."  Among the Rockabilly Riot! songs he intends to perform is lead single "Let's Shake," which is his favorite track from the record.

Setzer also tells ABC Radio that he's hoping to convince Thorogood to join him on stage.

"I gotta corner George," says Brian.  "He doesn't like to jam, so I gotta corner him out and say, 'Come on! We gotta have some common ground here.'"

Setzer currently has no other shows lined up past the joint tour with Thorogood, although he tells ABC Radio that he may head to Japan later in the year for some solo shows.  He's also planning to mount a 2015 edition of his annual holiday tour with his Brian Setzer Orchestra, which he expects will kick off in the middle of November.  In addition, Brian has been working on a new recording project in Nashville about which he's expecting to announce details soon.

Here are all of the dates on Setzer's tour with George Thorogood and the Destroyers:

5/27 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre
5/29 -- New York, NY, Beacon Theatre
5/30 -- Canandaigua, NY, CMAC
5/31 -- Baltimore, MD, Pier Six Pavilion
6/2 -- Huber Heights, OH, Rose Music Center
6/4 -- Rama, ON, Canada, Casino Rama
6/5 -- Detroit, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
6/6 -- Elgin, IL, Grand Victoria Casino
6/8 -- Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater
6/9 -- Clear Lake, IA, Surf Ballroom
6/10 -- Cedar Rapids, IA, McGrath Amphitheatre
6/12 -- Morton, MN, Jackpot Junction Casino
6/13 -- Council Bluffs, IA, Harrah's Hotel & Casino
6/14 -- Littleton, CO, Hudson Gardens
6/16 -- Albuquerque, NM, Sandia Resort & Casino
6/18 -- San Diego, CA, Humphreys by the Bay
6/19 -- Lincoln, CA, Thunder Valley Casino
6/20 -- Saratoga, CA, Mountain Winery

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The Who Releasing Second in a Series of Vinyl Singles Box Sets in August

PRNewsFoto/Universal Music EnterprisesAs part of The Who's ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations, a second installment in a series of vinyl box sets featuring replicas of the band's early singles will be released on August 14.  The Reaction Singles 1966 collection contains five seven-inch discs -- four singles and a five-track EP -- originally issued on Robert Stigwood's U.K. label Reaction Records.

Each disc in the box set is pressed on heavyweight vinyl and housed in paper sleeves.  The records are packaged in a "lid-and-tray" box, and the collection also includes a booklet featuring liner notes by Who biographer Mark Blake.

The Who's Reaction releases came out after the band parted ways with producer Shel Talmy and the Brunswick Records label.  Among the singles included in the new box set are two that feature "Substitute" as an A-side, and, respectively, the songs "Circles" (renamed "Instant Party" for legal reasons) and an instrumental titled "Waltz for a Pig" on the B-side.  Interestingly, the latter tune wasn't recorded by The Who at all, but rather by The Graham Bond Organization -- a band Stigwood was managing at the time -- although it was credited to The Who Orchestra.

Also included in the vinyl compilation are the singles "I'm a Boy" and "Happy Jack," each featuring obscure B-sides, and the Ready Steady Who EP.  The EP contains various lesser-known tunes by the band, including the group's covers of the Batman theme, Jan and Dean's "Bucket T" and The Beach Boys' "Barbara Ann."

The Reaction Singles 1966 box set follows the April release of The Brunswick Singles 1965–1966 collection.  Two additional vinyl singles box sets, focusing respectively on recordings issued by the Track and Polydor labels, also are due out before the end of 2015.

Here is the track list for The Reaction Singles 1966 box set:

"Substitute" b/w "Circles," aka "Instant Party"
"Substitute" b/w "Waltz for a Pig" (B-side credited to The Who Orchestra)
"I'm a Boy" b/w "In the City"
Ready Steady Who EP: "Disguises" and "Circles" b/w "Batman," "Bucket T" and "Barbara Ann"
"Happy Jack" b/w "I've Been Away"

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Canaan Smith Is Just as Romantic as He Seems Singing the Hit Song, "Love You Like That"

Mercury NashvilleCanaan Smith is closing in on the top 10 with his debut hit "Love You Like That," and it turns out Canaan is just as romantic with his wife, Christy, as the song would lead you to believe.

He says, "I have no problem buying her flowers and stuff like that, but I’d rather show her I love her just with taking her out on a cool date somewhere, being creative like that."

Christy is the inspiration for a lot of Canaan's songs, but he says, "I don’t get cheesy with it, you know what I’m saying? I try to make sure I’m coming home as the man that she needs.”

"Love You Like That" is the lead single from Canaan's debut album, Bronco, due out June 23.

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John Legend & Chrissy Teigen "Want a Lot of Kids"

ABC/Rick PowellChrissy Teigen and John Legend have posed for a sensual new spread in DuJour magazine, which sees the model posing nude while frolicking in the ocean. In the accompanying article, we get a sense that the couple are finally ready for the next step: babies. 

The singer's wife reveals that they're open to starting a family.  "We want a lot of kids," she revealed in the mag. "I would love to have three or four of my own, and then adopt a few. So basically I'll be pregnant the rest of my life."

Unlike most women, Teigen admits she's actually looking forward to having a changing pregnancy body. "You look at Kim [Kardashian] and see how women's bodies just become so beautiful," she said. "[The thought] of getting boobs thrills me. And John looooves pregnant women, so..."

Teigen added of motherhood, "I feel like sometimes when people give birth, they give birth to a tiny part of their brain. Whatever they thought they would be goes out the window and they kind of lose their minds."

While she didn't say when she'd like to get pregnant, Teigen already has a social media rule ready for motherhood. "I am 1,000 percent not going to have an Instagram account for my baby. It will not have a hashtag. If I have a hashtag for my baby, just kill me," she joked.

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Matchbox Twenty Planning "Something Big" for 20th Anniversary of Debut

Randall SlavinRight now, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas is all about his upcoming solo album, The Great Unknown, his summer tour and his brand-new single, "Trust You."  But he hasn't forgot about the band: in fact, he says they're planning to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut album in a major way.

"We never really stop. We obviously want to do something big for the 20th anniversary of our first record," Rob tells Entertainment Weekly.  That 1996 disc, titled Yourself or Someone Like You, spun off the hits "3am," "Push," "Real World," and "Back 2 Good," and has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.

"We plan to always keep making music and keep touring, just right now it’s impossible -- it really takes a lot of effort to do two projects at one time," Rob says of his future with the band.  Speaking about his current solo projects, he says, "Once this gets floating then I’ll feel a little safer to start talking about what that’s going to be. But there’s definitely going to be something on the horizon, especially for the 20th anniversary."

Rob's solo tour kicks off June 11.  So far, The Great Unknown doesn't have a release date.

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Faith No More, Slipknot, Deftones & More to Play 2015 Aftershock Festival 

Credit: Dustin Rabin The fourth annual Aftershock Festival now has a lineup. The California rock festival will be headlined by Faith No More, Slipknot, Deftones, Marilyn Manson, Jane's Addiction and Shinedown.

The Aftershock 2015 lineup also includes Coheed & Cambria, Stone Temple Pilots, Breaking Benjamin, Seether, Bring Me the Horizon, Black Veil Brides, Death from Above 1979, Pop Evil, Sevendust, Clutch and All That Remains, among many more.

"We are really looking forward to playing Aftershock in Sacramento!" says Slipknot's Corey Taylor in a statement. "A lot of great bands -- can't wait to see everyone, from Manson to Clutch. Sacramento won't know what hit it when me and my friends are through."

Last year's Aftershock featured headlining sets from Weezer, The Offspring, Rob Zombie, Limp Bizkit, Godsmack and Five Finger Death Punch.

You can buy discounted pre-sale tickets to Aftershock 2015 starting May 27 at 10 a.m. PT. Regularly priced tickets will go on sale June 1 at 10 a.m. PT.

Aftershock 2015 will be held October 24-25 at Gibson Ranch outside of Sacramento, California. Visit AftershockConcert.com for the full lineup and ticket info.

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Jake Owen Captures Vibrant, Live Sound on New Single, "Real Life"

RCA NashvilleJake Owen captured a vibrant sound on his new single, "Real Life," that makes it feel like the listener is dropping in on a jam session with Jake and his band. What you hear on the track is exactly what Jake sang in the studio when they recorded it.

"We just left it as is," Jake tells ABC Radio. "I think that's pretty cool. It adds, like, a live factor to it. "

Taking that approach in the studio fits in with the look at small-town life Jake sings about in "Real Life." No matter where you grew up, Jake thinks listeners will be able to find themselves in the lyrics of "Real Life." The song definitely struck a chord with Jake as he's faced several changes in the past few years.

He explains, "I've been dealing with a lot of real life circumstances lately: my father's sickness, fatherhood, getting married. These are the things I wanted to sing about, and I know my fans can relate."

"Real Life" is now available at iTunes.

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Las Vegas Police Not Investigating Cause of B.B. King's Death

Credit: Kevin WestenbergDespite a number of local media reports to the contrary, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says it's not investigating the death of blues legend B.B. King as a possible homicide.  According to a statement issued by Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, the police department will not move forward with such an investigation "until such time as the Clark County Coroner determines Mr. King's death to be from other than natural causes."

The news comes after two of King's daughters accused the late guitar great's business manager and his personal assistant of contributing to his death, and called for a formal investigation to be launched.  In affidavits filed in Nevada on Sunday, Karen Williams and Patty King both say they believe their father was "poisoned" by the administration of foreign substances to induce his premature death, pointing the finger at King's business manager, LaVerne Toney, and his personal assistant, Myron Johnson.  A lawyer for King's estate strongly denies the allegations in published reports Monday.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says it won't comment further about the matter of King's death "unless the Coroner advises that some form of criminality is associated with [it]."

In a statement obtained by ABC News, Brent Bryson, an attorney for Toney, said the allegations are "baseless and unfounded and are unsupported in reality."

The statement notes that King was monitored on a 24-hour basis by certified nursing assistants; was visited regularly by registered nurses; and was "evaluated by no less than three (3) independent doctors in the days before his death."

The statement features quotes from doctors including King's primary care physician, Dr. Darin Brimhall, who said prior to the musician's death, "...there is no action being taken to hasten the demise of Mr. King and every effort is being made to make Mr. King comfortable and supply him with his regular medication and nourishment."

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