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Last week, Rock Star: INXS winner J.D. Fortune was bumming out about being fired from the Australian pop band in the middle of an airport, saying that he was dealing with the aftermath of the breakup by living out of his car and attempting to manage a raging coke problem. But news of Fortune’s firing was apparently news to the band—who were, in fact, thinking of bringing Fortune back for their next post-Michael Hutchence project, according to INXS’ self-proclaimed creative director. Oh, how ironic that guy’s last name is now!
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Not sure why Maura thought Jani Lane would leave the recently reunited Warrant after two warm-up gigs to lead a less successful band he had nothing to do with, but I’m happy to say that the new singer of Tracii Guns’ L.A. Guns (as opposed to the other L.A. Guns) is not the once and future Down Boy. More »
Medium Jacqueline Murray claims that she’s the “channel” for the beyond-the-grave musings of the Doors’ Jim Morrison and INXS’ Michael Hutchence–clearly, her aura is attractive to lead singers with nice cheekbones–and she’s discovered so many interesting things about them that she’s decided to put them all down on paper. And someone decided that all 732 pages of those findings were worth publishing, which is why the two-volume set A Tale Of Two Brothers: Jim Morrison And Michael Hutchence is available for you to purchase now. The books claim to not only reveal how each frontman really died and the coverups involved, they promise shit-talking about the remaining members of INXS, postmortem gossip from Morrison paramour Pamela Courson and Hutchence babymama Paula Yates, and lots of cameos from other psychics who have Web sites. Break on through the jump to see the full press release!