Author: Emily

Nirvana & Courtney Love in legal battle over trademark

Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic of Nirvana, Courtney Love, and Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean, are all being called as witnesses to court over an ongoing legal battle with designer Marc Jacobs.  Jacobs has been using a smiley face similar to Nirvana’s iconic logo on shirts, sweaters, and socks for his “Bootleg Redux Grunge” collection.  According to Jacobs and his attorneys, Courtney Love and Frances Bean approved Jacobs’ impersonation of Cobain’s artwork.  Nirvana L.L.C. sued Jacobs last December for copying the Nirvana trademarked smiley face and, according to court documents, are owed over $1 million in damages by Jacobs. ...

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Care and Share “School’s Out” Food Drive May 31

RXP and King Soopers are teaming up this month for the “School’s Out” Food Drive benefiting Care and Share of Southern Colorado!  A lot of kids in our community rely on area schools for breakfast and lunch, so Coba will broadcast live May 31 from King Soopers at Constitution and Marksheffel to collect food donations and help ensure NO child in our area goes hungry this summer.  Most requested items include:  cereal, peanut butter, canned fruit, canned vegetables, oatmeal, canned meat/tuna, soup, and more.  For more ways to help Care and Share, visit here!...

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Vampire Weekend’s new album goes No. 1!

Just one week after the album’s release date, Vampire Weekend’s “Father Of The Bride” is number one on Billboard’s 200 Albums chart.  The new album has sold 138,000 equivalent album units, according to Billboard, which is the largest of any rock album in 2019 so far.  This marks the third No. 1 album for Vampire Weekend, following 2013’s “Modern Vampires of the City” and 2010’s “Contra”.  You can catch Vampire Weekend at Red Rocks for two nights this fall.  Get your tickets...

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The Black Keys have officially gone mainstream!

The Black Keys earn their first mainstream song with “Lo/Hi” topping Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart. According to Billboard, “Lo/Hi” jumped from the number three spot to number one as of May 11th. This is the band’s first song to top the charts and their best since “Lonely Boy” was No. 5 and “Gold On the Ceiling” was No. 9 in 2012. “Lo/Hi” is also topping the charts for Adult Alternative Songs and Rock Airplay. This song comes off the Black Keys new album “Let’s Rock” which drops on June 28th. Their “Let’s Rock” tour with Modest Mouse kicks...

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