CALIFORNIA COUPLE WHO SURVIVED VEGAS MASSACRE KILLED IN AUTO CRASH

A Riverside County, California couple who survived last month’s mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas were killed when their car crashed into a metal gate near their home. Dennis and Lorraine Carver died Oct. 16, WIBR reports. The car burst into flames upon impact. The Carvers were at the Oct. 1 festival and once the gunfire began, Dennis Carver jumped on top of his wife to shield her. The couple had been together for 22 years.

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LIVE NATION APOLOGIZES FOR WOMAN WHO RUSHED STAGE AT GROWLERS SIX

Live Nation is apologizing to The Regrettes after a costumed woman stormed the stage at The Growlers Six festival in LA last weekend and attacked the band’s singer. “The safety and security of our performers and fans is our highest priority,” the statement says, according to Paste. “We apologize to The Regrettes and concertgoers, and are conducting an investigation into this incident.” Vocalist Lydia Night was on stage when the attack happened and the band was forced to abandon their set. The woman was escorted off stage by security and it is unclear if she will face criminal charges. Click here to see video of the attack.


COUNTING CROWS TO HEADLINE SONOMA BENEFIT SHOW

The Counting Crows will headline a concert benefiting victims of the fires that ravaged areas of Northern California last month. “For the Love of Sonoma” is scheduled for Nov. 18 at Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center In Rohnert Park, California. Singer Brett Dennen will open the show, which is being presented by The Family Coppola in partnership with BottleRock Presents and Sonoma State. All proceeds from the show will go to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund and Noma Gives. Tickets go on sale today at the Green Music Center. Prices range between $50 and $250.

Maggie O'Brien

Maggie O'Brien

Maggie O'Brien has been a journalist for more than 15 years. She's covered everything from from crime to politics to fitness. Writing about bands and shows takes her back to the days of going to punk rock shows in the Midwest.
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