Country legend George Jones hospitalized!/gjpossum/status/185882122874130433

From his website:

George Jones remains hospitalized with an upper respiratory infection.  Reports that Mr. Jones has pneumonia, are simply false.  Mr. Jones is being treated with antibiotics in order to clear up his respiratory infection and will remain in a Nashville area hospital until Tuesday,” says Kirt Webster, publicist for George Jones.

“Thanks to all my fans and friends for their prayers and support during this time,” adds George Jones.

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Aditya Narayanan and Lakshmi Priya eschewd speed

Aditya Narayanan is young, intelligent and gifted. In his recent concert for ‘Adi Isai Vizha’, organised by Brahma Gana Sabha and P. S. Institute of Music, Arts and Culture, he rendered songs such as

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Marshall Amps founder Jim Marshall passes away!/Slash/status/187859152679354368

RIP Jim Marshall and thanks for the best amps ever made. Sad news indeed

— Rich Jones (@richloyalty) April 5, 2012

The website released the following statement:

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved founder and leader for the past 50 years, Jim Marshall. While mourning the Guv’nor though, we also salute a legendary man who led a full and truly remarkable life.
Jim’s ascent into the history books as ‘the Father of Loud’ and the man responsible for ‘the Sound of Rock’ is a true rags-to-riches tale. Cruelly robbed of his youth by tubercular bones, Jim rose to become one of the four forefathers responsible for creating the tools that allowed rock guitar as we know and love it today to be born. The ground breaking quartet also includes the late, great trio of Leo Fender, Les Paul and Seth Lover – together with Jim, they truly are the cornerstones of all things rock.

In addition to the creation of the amps chosen by countless guitar heroes and game changing bands, Jim was also an incredibly humble and generous man who, over the past several decades, has quietly donated many millions of pounds to worthy causes.

While the entire Marshall Amplification family mourns Jim’s passing and will miss him tremendously, we all feel richer for having known him and are happy in the knowledge that he is now in a much better place which has just got a whole lot louder!

Rest in Peace & thank you Jim.

Your memory; the music and joy your amps have brought to countless millions for the past five decades; and that world-famous, omnipresent script logo that proudly bears your name will always live on.

R.I.P. Jim Marshall. Probably the greatest thing to happen to guitars ever.

— Ginger Wildheart (@GingerWildheart) April 5, 2012

Oh, bummer 🙁 RIP Jim Marshall. On behalf of metalheads everywhere – THANK YOU!

— Rob Rat (@robmcauslan) April 5, 2012

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Burn: Kid Rock throws shade at lip-syncing performers on #BBMAs!/loudspike/status/336286138417430529!/m_smith214/status/336284951660089345

Kid Rock lived up to the name of his latest album: Rebel Soul. The rocker took the stage at the Billboard Music Awards after some dreadful performances, including Chris Brown’s ear-bleeding gig.!/chelsleighh_xo/status/336286531008487426!/gophelps/status/336285829947330560

That’s Bruno Mars, whose opening number was a rare exception to the canned, backing-tracked disasters of the night.!/RapUp/status/336277767782006785

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