MUSIC NEWS: TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2018
RIHANNA - BREAK-IN
Authorities say a man who broke into Rihanna's Hollywood Hills home and spent 12 hours there has been charged with stalking the singer, who was not at home at the time. Los Angeles County prosecutors say 26-year-old Eduardo Leon of Fullerton was charged Monday with felony counts of stalking, burglary and vandalism, and a misdemeanour count of resisting arrest. He appeared in court Monday and pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. Leon is accused of climbing over a fence and breaking into the house on May 9th. Authorities say Rihanna's assistant found him and called police.
DRAKE - TOUR
Drake is going on tour. The 31-year-old announced the ``Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour'' on Monday. Drake will be joined by ``Walk It Talk It'' collaborators Migos and special guests on the North American leg through the summer and fall. The 41-date tour starts July 26 in Salt Lake City. The Toronto rapper has released the singles ``God's Plan'' and ``Nice For What'' ahead of his anticipated fifth studio album ``Scorpion.''
PETE WENTZ - BABY
Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz had a special Mother's Day announcement. The 38-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to announce the birth of his daughter with partner Meagan Camper. He wrote he's grateful Marvel Jane Wentz is here and she's ``ready to takeover the world.'' Marvel is Wentz's third child and first daughter. The couple has a son, and Wentz had a boy with his ex, Ashlee Simpson.
Music fans looking for a piece of history are going to get a chance to own guitars, outfits and other memorabilia from the likes of Prince, Bob Dylan, George Harrison and others.
Julien's Auctions is hosting two days of auctions focused on musical artists at the Hard Rock Cafe New York and online. A public preview of the items opened yesterday. The auction days are Friday and Saturday. The first auction day is dedicated to Prince, the musical legend who died in April 2016. The items include a guitar the artist had commissioned, as well as a number of outfits he wore at different performances, and handwritten lyrics. The second day's items include guitars played by Bob Dylan and George Harrison, as well as costumes and jewelry.
(The Associated Press)