Robin Thicke Sells Less Than 60 Copies Of ‘Paula’ In Australia: Morning Mix
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:: First week sales of Robin Thicke‘s Paula in Australia look bleak, more so than in the US and UK. The album failed to chart in the ARIA Top 500, meaning that it sold less than a Blondie compilation at #500 with just 54 copies sold. Oof. [NME]
:: Arctic Monkeys and George Michael have reportedly been dodging their taxes in England. Naughty, lads! [NME]
:: “I cannot begin to tell you how badly my heart is breaking right now,” Garth Brooks says, in a letter addressed to Aiken Productions. The company behind his five comeback shows in Dublin (July 25 – 29) decided to cancel all of them, after Brooks refused to play just three concerts. [Rolling Stone]
:: Shania Twain hints that she will embark a tour following her successful Caesars Palace residency. “Vegas has been a really good transition for me to get back onstage again, and I guess I’m enjoying it. So why not do more?” she says. [Calgary Herald]
:: Adam Levine has recruited legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks as a mentor for The Voice. Nicks appeared on the reality competition show’s first season, singing Fleetwood Mac‘s “Landslide” with eventual winner Javier Colon. [CNN]
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:: Good Morning America (ABC) — Keith Urban :: Today (NBC) — Fifth Harmony :: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated) — Jason Mraz :: Live with Kelly and Michael (syndicated) — Lyle Lovett :: The Queen Latifah Show (syndicated) — Justin Moore (rerun) :: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Hurray for the Riff Raff :: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Royksopp and Robyn :: The Arsenio Hall Show (syndicated) — Quincy Jones