Friday, May 8, 2009
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Lynyrd Skynyrd bassist Evans dead at 48
COLUMBUS, Miss. - Bassist Donald 'Ean' Evans of the Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd has died of cancer at his home in Mississippi.
Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant said Evans died Wednesday. He was 48.
A statement posted on lynyrdskynyrd.com said, 'It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of longtime Lynyrd Skynyrd bassist Ean Evans. Ean put up a valiant battle with an aggressive form of cancer and he will be sorely missed by family, friends and fans.'
Evans was born in Atlanta, but moved to Columbus in eastern Mississippi after marrying his wife, Eva. He joined Lynyrd Skynyrd in 2001 and had been touring regularly with the band until being diagnosed with cancer in 2008, when he cut back on performances with the band.
Chris Brown's lawyer wants LAPD records
LOS ANGELES - Chris Brown's attorney is seeking police records to try to find out who leaked information about the alleged beating of Rihanna.
Attorney Mark Geragos filed a motion Wednesday in Los Angeles, seeking police personnel and investigative records.
Geragos wrote that he wants the documents to see if he can discredit or attack the credibility of police witnesses during a preliminary hearing in early June. Geragos wrote that if the files contain evidence of police misconduct, they may form a basis for the case against the R&B singer to be dismissed.
Sutherland charged over head-butt claim
NEW YORK - Kiefer Sutherland has been charged with assault for allegedly head-butting a fashion designer at a Manhattan nightclub.
New York police said the charges were filed after Sutherland spoke to investigators at a police station in lower Manhattan on Thursday.
The star of Fox television's '24' reported to the precinct house in a Lincoln Town Car alongside his lawyers, but he did not speak to reporters.