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Prep-Music-Report

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Prep-Music-Report

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Prep-Music-Report:10-11-17

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CARRIE UNDERWOOD BREAKS WRIST IN FALL

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Carrie Underwood tweets her thanks for well wishes and says she'll be all right after suffering a hard fall on the steps of her Nashville home on Friday night. Her rep tells the Nashville Tennessean Underwood was treated for a broken wrist, cuts and abrasions. Underwood's husband, retired NHL star Mike Fisher, travelled overnight to be with her. Underwood dropped out of the Country Rising benefit concert in Nashville last night.

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FAMILY OF FAITH NO MORE'S CHUCK MOSLEY SAYS HE DIED OF ADDICTION

UNDATED (AP) -- Former Faith No More singer Chuck Mosley has died. A statement from his family says Mosley died Thursday "due to the disease of addiction." The family says they are sharing the manner in which he passed as a wake-up call to anyone else struggling for sobriety. Mosley was 57. He sang on the first two Faith No More albums, "We Care A Lot" and "Introduce Yourself." He was fired in 1988 and replaced with Mike Patton. Mosley sang in a later version of Bad Brains and released solo albums. Faith No More call Mosley "a reckless and caterwauling force of energy" and they feel fortunate to have reunited with him for a show last year.

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BRANTLEY GILBERT'S WIFE GIVES BIRTH

NEW YORK (AP) -- Brantley Gilbert is a proud daddy for the first time. People magazine reports Gilbert's wife, Amber, gave birth to a boy on Saturday in Atlanta. They've named him Barrett Hardy-Clay Gilbert. Gilbert says being a parent is "even more than I could've ever imagined."

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SEAL GIVES GREAT ADMIRATION TO CLASSICAL MUSICIANS ON "STANDARDS"

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) -- Seal thought he was committed to his craft. Then he met the classical musicians who played on his new album, "Standards." Seal says these are people who practice their instrument eight to 12 hours a day in hope that they can be third-chair musicians, let alone first chair. …

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