Rock News of the Day
While shooting an episode of ‘Carpool Karaoke’ for The Late Late Show, the Red Hot Chili Peppers experienced a life threatening situation that didn’t make its way on air. During a pause in between takes, a mother began screaming that her child couldn’t breathe. Everyone rushed over to help, and the lady thrust her baby into Anthony’s arms.
He decided to try infant CPR, but couldn’t open the baby’s mouth in order to perform true CPR.
“So I started rubbing the belly, bubbles came out of the mouth, the eyes rolled back into place, the ambulance showed up,” he said. “I handed the baby over, who was now breathing.”
MORE ROCK NEWS
— Meat Loaf was rushed to hospital last night after collapsing on stage during a show at the Jubliee Auditorium in Edmonton. He was singing “I Would Do Anything For Love” when he slowly leaned down then fell over on his back.
— We now know why Deep Purple had to cancel a couple of shows… drummer Ian Paice revealed that he suffered a “mini-stroke”. The right side of his body was feeling numb and he couldn’t control his right hand and fingers. Scans in the hospital have found no serious or permanent damage.
— Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page was testifying during the third day of the Stairway to Heaven plagiarism case in Los Angeles when he stated that the chord sequence for the beginning of the song had “been around forever”. But the judge wouldn’t allow Jimmy’s analysis of the song to be taken as expert testimony since he hadn’t been called to the stand in that capacity.
On This Day in Rock
1972—The Rolling Stones album Exile On Main Street started a four-week run at the top of the US charts.
1987—Florida real estate agent Vittoria Holman sued Motley Crue and their concert promoter for hearing loss allegedly incurred at a concert in December
1985—A Florida real estate agent sued Motley Crue for hearing loss. She and her daughter had front row seats less than 10 feet (3 meters) from the speakers. The case was settled out of court with the band’s insurance company paying Holman over $30,000.
1997—Fans rioted at an Ozzfest concert in Columbus Ohio, after Ozzy Osbourne couldn’t perform due to throat problems. Angry fans broke windows, uprooted trees, and turned over a parked car.
1999—A teenage girl was crushed to death during a gig by Hole at the Hultsfred Festival, Sweden.
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