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NASHVILLE (AP) -- The singer of "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden" has died. Lynn Anderson's family says she passed away at a hospital in Nashville, on Thursday. A publicist says the cause of death was cardiac arrest. Anderson was 67. Anderson was the child of country songwriters and was a teen equestrian champion. She first hit the national spotlight as a singer on "The Lawrence Welk Show" in the late 1960s. She said in a 1987 Associated Press interview "Rose Garden" was such a hit in 1971 because it touched on emotions as the country came out of the Vietnam War.
016-r-31-(Sound of Lynn Anderson, performing "Top of the World")--Sound of Lynn Anderson performing "Top of the World." (3 Aug 2015)
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014-a-08-(Lynn Anderson, singer-songwriter, in archive interview from 2004)-"chicks, new tricks"-In an AP interview in 2004, country singer-songwriter Lynn Anderson said getting a Grammy nomination for her album, "The Bluegrass Sessions," was a treat. (3 Aug 2015)
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LONDON (AP) -- Paul McCartney says Cilla Black had "a fine distinctive voice and was always a bit of a laugh." Ringo Starr says Black was "a good friend" and he will miss her. Black died Saturday at her home in southern Spain at the age of 72. Her spokesman says details of her death will be released after a coroner's report is completed. Black was a protege' of Beatles manager Brian Epstein. Black was a much more popular singer in Britain than in the U.S. Her version of "Alfie" is the one used in the original movie, and her song "You're My World" was a hit in 1964.
111-v-30-(Charles de Ledesma, correspondent)--Cilla Black, the 1960's British singing star who remained a household name, has die aged 72. Correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports. (2 Aug 2015)
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013-v-30-(Charles de Ledesma, correspondent)--Cilla Black, the 1960's British singing star who remained a household name, has died at 72. Correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports. (3 Aug 2015)
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MILAN (AP) -- Italian authorities have stopped Snoop Dogg after he attempted to enter the country with a huge amount of cash. Italian financial police say they stopped Snoop at the Calabria airport Saturday because he had $422,000 in cash, well above the $11,000 limit that can be transported across European Union borders undeclared. Half the cash was impounded under Italian anti-money laundering laws. It will be returned minus any fines.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Borns knows that people didn't necessarily come to Lollapalooza to see him. That's why he believes the way to win over a festival crowd is to use pinatas and serenade the beejezus out of them. Twenty One Pilots were so excited about playing Lollapalooza, they went to the stage early to make sure it was just right. Nathan Willet and Matt Maust of Cold War Kids say it's best to prepare for any summer festival by planning for heat, but they admit they're backward because they wore jackets when it was 90 degrees. Sunday's shows were shut down for an hour and a half for weather concerns but no bands were cut. Headliners included Paul McCartney, Metallica, Sam Smith and Florence and the Machine.
008-a-10-(Tyler Joseph, singer for Twenty One Pilots, in AP interview)-"moment for us"-Twenty One Pilots singer Tyler Joseph says Lollapalooza is a big deal for them. (3 Aug 2015)
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007-a-16-(Borns, musician, in AP interview)-"out of them"-Borns says he knows people come to shows like Lollapalooza not necessarily to see him, so he tries to win them over. ((note language; cut contains word "hell") (3 Aug 2015)
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005-w-36-(Margie Szaroleta (zar-oh-LEH'-tah), AP music correspondent)--The Lollapalooza festival had high-profile performers, weather issues and one musician arrest. AP Music Correspondent Margie Szaroleta has more. ((opens with music)) (3 Aug 2015)
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006-a-08-(Nathan Willet, singer-guitarist, and Matt Maust, bassist, for Cold War Kids, in AP interview)-"cap some sunglasses"-Nathan Willet and Matt Maust of Cold War Kids say their advice for Lollapalooza is not to dress like them. (3 Aug 2015)
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009-a-13-(Alex Pall, musician with The Chainsmokers, in AP interview)-"friends. We're pumped"-Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers says they were excited to be invited to Lollapalooza. (("Yesterday" refers to Saturday)) (3 Aug 2015)
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CHICAGO (AP) -- Up and coming rapper Travis Scott hoped to make his name by playing Lollapalooza over the weekend. He made his name by getting arrested. Chicago authorities say Scott performed one song at Lollapalooza Saturday, then told fans to come over the barricades. Authorities say Scott fled the scene but was taken into custody a short time later. Scott is facing a disorderly conduct charge. No fans were hurt. Scott's booking agent was unavailable for comment.
PHOENIX (AP) -- Dr. Dre says his next album will be his grand finale and, to use his words, "The record is bananas." Dr. Dre announced on his radio show, "Dr. Dre's The Pharmacy," that he will put out an album called "Compton, A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre" on Friday. He says it was inspired by the upcoming N.W.A. documentary, "Straight Outta Compton." Dre says his album will feature Ice Cube, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem and Snoop Dogg. It will be Dr. Dre's first album in 15 years.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) -- AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded not guilty to violating the rules of his house arrest by drinking alcohol. A New Zealand judge is allowing Rudd to stay in home confinement on bail until a hearing in November about the possible breach. Rudd is serving eight months of home confinement after he pleaded guilty to threatening to kill a former employee and to drug possession. Nine days later he was arrested because drinking is a breach of the rules of the home detention. If he's found guilty of violating the rules, Rudd could be thrown in jail.
ROYAL OAK, Michigan (AP) -- At least 1,021 people rang cowbells to the tune of Blue Oyster Cult's "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" in an attempt to set a world record. The event was at the Cowbell Classic 10K and 5K run in Royal Oak, Michigan, on Saturday. Officials at Guinness World Records will determine if it's a new record. The current one is 640 people ringing cowbells in Switzerland in 2009.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A historic marker has been placed at the home where Nat "King" Cole was born. Montgomery, Alabama, media report the marker was unveiled Friday by Alabama State University and the Nat "King" Cole Society. The home was moved from its original location to the Alabama State campus. The marker notes that Cole was one of five children born to a Montgomery minister and highlights his contributions as a pianist, composer and singer.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Tony Bennett and his wife, Susan, have been honored by George Washington University for their contributions to the arts. University president Steven Knapp presented them with the president's medal on Thursday. Bennett's visual art was on display at the university. The Bennetts have worked to make arts education a priority in public schools.
HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) -- New York lawmakers are arguing whether to rename a quarter-mile road in Billy Joel's hometown after Joel. They agree he deserves it. They don't agree about whether an honor like that should go to someone who is still alive. Long Island Republican state senator Jack Martins proposed the bill to rename the street in Hicksville. He says the debate is more of a "philosophical discussion" and doesn't have anything to do with Joel. Joel's representative could not be reached for comment.
US consumer spending edges up in June
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Consumer spending in June rose by the smallest amount in four months as shoppers cut back on purchases of cars and other big-ticket items.
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NEW YORK (AP) -- You may have heard about it or even seen the video: hackers claiming to have gained control of a Jeep Cherokee SUV by taking advantage of a flaw in the vehicle's radio system.