Let’s talk about Bush, Lindsey Buckingham, Janelle Monáe, and Ringo Starr

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      Bush league

      A Bush show in Atlantic City spiralled into a drunken mess with security tackling people on a stage that was full of fans, one of whom grabbed the mike and started singing as Gavin Rossdale tried to make sense of it all. That was nowhere near as shocking as the fact someone was at a Bush show.

      Go your own way

      Lindsey Buckingham has been sacked by Fleetwood Mac, which has fed on drama ever since releasing Rumours in 1977. When the inevitable reunion comes, fans can rejoice that the band will have something to write about again.

      Power to the...

      Janelle Monáe has described her new single “Pynk” as a “celebration of creation, self love, sexuality, and pussy power”. Thanks in part to lyrics like “Pink where it’s deepest inside, crazy/Pink beyond forest and thighs,” Donald Trump grabbed it the second it came out.

      He’ll go far

      This week, BMG announced that Ringo Starr has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing deal with the company, which seems to be under the impression that Starr actually wrote “Yellow Submarine” and “With a Little Help From My Friends”.