The Killers

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Killers Sax Player Dead in Apparent Suicide

Tommy Marth found in Las Vegas home

(Newser) - Tommy Marth, saxophone player for The Killers, was found dead at home in Las Vegas Monday, and that death has now been ruled a suicide, TMZ reports. Marth, 33, toured with the band in 2008 and 2009 and was featured on two of its albums. "Our prayers are with... More »

Killers: We're Not Breaking Up

Band denies rumors on its site

(Newser) - The Killers took to their Web site to address rumors that the band is breaking up or that lead singer Brandon Flowers is going solo, explaining that the members are just looking for some time off after years of near-constant recording and touring. More »

Harry's New BFF: Justin Timberlake

Plus, more quality time with Natalie, but no romance

(Newser) - Prince Harry struck up a friendship with Justin Timberlake this weekend at a music festival in London, the New York Daily News reports. The boys connected during the Killers’ set, then hit the VIP tent together to further bond over burgers and beer. Singer Natalie Imbruglia joined them, the Sun ... More »

Summer Tours: S'Mores, Sweat, Sounds

(Newser) - Musical acts from youngster Taylor Swift to veteran Dave Matthews are hitting the road this summer, and some artists took time to fill the Wall Street Journal in on their on- and off-stage plans. A sampling:
  • Swift: Her first headlining tour includes a gig at Madison Square Garden, but her
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Jon & Kate Dad Cops to 'Poor Judgment'

Plus, Hef denies wanting Holly back, and more

(Newser) - Jon & Kate Plus 8 star Jon Gosselin denies rumors that he’s cheating on wife Kate, People reports. He says the woman he was spotted with at a bar is just a friend, but adds, “being out with [her] late at night showed poor judgment on my part.... More »

After 40 Years, Iconic Album Draws a Crowd

Current stars join original engineer to celebrate "Sgt. Pepper"

(Newser) - The most influential album of all time dropped in the UK 40 years ago tomorrow, and the recording engineer who helped give the world "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is back in the studio putting together a tribute album—with a little help from his friends. The Telegraph ... More »

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