Roundup: Iggy to Sing in French, Clinton Makes Statement on Helm

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Iggy Pop‘s next album, Aprés, will be largely sung in French.

Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, Eddie Vedder and Paul McCartney will appear on Jimmy Fallon’s upcoming comedy album, Blow Your Pants Off, the A.V. Club reports.

An axe-wielding man has threatened the judge presiding over the judge in the Pussy Riot case, the Moscow Times reports.

Bee-Gee Robin Gibb has awoken from a coma and is now in intensive care.

Bill Clinton released a public statement on the death of Levon Helm. He said: “I was saddened to learn of the death of my fellow Arkansan Levon Helm. Levon was one of America’s great musicians. His music, with the Hawks, the Band, and throughout his career, and his standout performance in Coal Miner’s Daughter, touched a chord with me and with many Americans. He never forgot his roots. I was always grateful that he helped the annual Delta Blues Festival get off the ground. He will be deeply missed.”

Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland lashed out at prog-metal titans Dream Theater on Twitter, saying that they “can NOT write songs.” This after he admitted he’s a member of “one of the most hated bands in the world.”

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