Beyonce gives birth to twins – reports news sites

Some great news for all Beyonce fans. TheU.S. singer gave birth to twins on Thursday. Reuters may have covered it today but other sites covered it on Thursday.
“E! News, citing multiple unidentified sources, reported the birth and that Jay Z and Blue Ivy were seen at a Los Angeles area hospital on Thursday.

Us Weekly, also citing multiple unidentified sources, reported that the couple welcomed twins earlier this week.

“Bey and Jay are thrilled and have started sharing the news with their family and closest friends,” one unidentified source told PEOPLE” (reuters, 2017.)
We don’t know the sex of the twins. Nor do we know when they were born. What we do know is that we are happy.
Per Reuters: “The “Lemonade” singer, one of the most powerful women in the music business, announced the pregnancy on her Instagram account in February along with an image of her posed in lingerie and caressing a noticeable baby bump.

The announcement got more than 8 million “likes” in the first 24 hours to become the “most-liked” Instagram ever.

The R&B singer performed live at the Grammy awards in Los Angeles two weeks later, proudly displaying her swelling belly in a motherhood-themed show. She has since posted numerous pictures of her bare baby bump on her social media accounts.”

(mashable) – Prophets of Rage pay tribute to Chris Cornell, with help from Serj Tankian – June 4, 2017

Prophets of Rage show respect and honor Chris Cornell with a little help from Serj Tankian.
On Saturday, June 3, 2017, Prophets of Rage show respect to Chris Cornell, by playing “Like A Stone” in Germany. The video is from the Rock Im Park festival in Nuremberg, Germany.
The supergroup matched the Soundgarden lead singer up with three former members of Rage Against the Machine: Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk.
That same trio continues to play together in Prophets, a supergroup they formed with DJ Lord and Chuck D (of Public Enemy) and B-Real (of Cypress Hill) in 2016. Both MCs ceded the stage to Tankian during a performance. You can watch it below. n-chris-cornell/

@arianagrande visits young victums – reinforcing why I love her & she is the queen of classy

Ariana Grande visited some young victums of the Manchester attack.
The US pop star was photographed on social media hugging youngsters at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital ward, with one father left in tears by the visit, reports the united kingdum press association pa. Ariana Grande

He wrote: “This means more to us than all the amazing things people have done this week. when your daughter asks after her 2nd operation is ariana ok? So happy she came i could burst! Never seen jaden so happy! even cried again myself.
Ms. Grande returns for a concert less than two weeks after a scummy thug attacked her concert.
Musicians including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Take That and Miley Cyrus will join her for the event which is raising funds for victims and their families.

Internet pays tribute to Greg

Tonight the internet is paying tribute to the Icon!

Alllman’s former wife Cher, via Twitter.
“My southern-rock heart is breaking. He showed me his tattoos… his voice… his voice…. his soul.” – singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge, via Twitter.


“Gregg Allman had a feeling for the blues very few ever have hard to believe that magnificent voice is stilled forever” – country legend Charlie Daniels.


“My first concert in 1983 was Gregg Allman. I am so very saddened to hear of Gregg’s passing today. One of a kind voice and musician.” – blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa, via Twitter.


“My heart breaks today at the passing of soul brutha Gregg Allman. Blessings and peace to all the Allman family. – KU” – country star Keith Urban, via Twitter.


“So sad to hear Gregg Allman passed away I admire him so much & had the honour of jamming wth him recently. A gentle soul with so much soul.” – rocker Peter Frampton, via Twitter.


“It’s all just too much. #GreggAllman Rest In Peace Midnight Rider” – longtime E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren.

69-year-old Gregg Allman – cofounder Allman Brothers Band died

Southern rock traile blazer and founder of the Allman Brothers Band Gregg Allman has died.
No cause of death was immediately given, but a statement on his website said he had “struggled with many health issues over the past several years, reports afp.
Mr. Allman died peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia, according to a statement posted Saturday on his website.
Dwane, the brother of Greg, died at the age of 24 in a motorcycle accident in 1971. Reuters explains more about the band writing:
“The Allman Brothers Band was started in Macon, Georgia, in the late 1960s by Gregg and older brother Duane, who became the band’s guiding force and one of rock’s most revered guitarists before he was killed in a motorcycle accident at age 24. In its heyday, the band was a staple on radio stations and released albums ranked among the best in rock history.

Gregg was the band’s lead singer, keyboardist and a key songwriter as it put out a string of hits. He wrote several of them – “Whipping Post,” “It’s Not My Cross to Bear,” “Midnight Rider,” “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” and “Melissa” – while others were renditions of old blues songs, including “One Way Out” and “Statesboro Blues” (2017.)