Australian Rocker Daniel Johns Was Given The All-clear To Return To Work Filming A New Music Video On Saturday (09may15), Just Hours After He Was Hospitalised In Sydney With A Head Injury.
The former Silverchair frontman fell over outside a bar in the city on Friday night (08May15) and was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital by ambulance.
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Florence Welch hoped she'd get ''picked up'' at her first ever festival, which she attended when she was just 14 years old.
Florence Welch hoped she'd get ''picked up'' at her first ever festival.
The Florence + the Machine singer went to England's Reading Festival for the first time in 2000, when she was 14, and secretly hoped she might get chatting to some rockers while Limp Bizkit performed, but thinks he weird style let her down.
She explained: ''I remember [singer] Fred Durst being like, 'Grab a lady, everybody grab a lady!' and me being 14 and really uncomfortable, stood next to these massive fully grown punks, thinking like, 'Maybe someone will pick me up!'
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Australian rockers Silverchair have split after almost 20 years together.
The trio, consisting of Daniel Johns, Chris Joannou and Ben Gillies, have decided to part ways after losing their "spark" as a band.
A statement posted on the band's Facebook page reads, "We formed Silverchair nearly 20 years ago when we were just 12 years old. Today we stand by the same rules now as we did back then... if the band stops being fun and if it's no longer fulfilling creatively, then we need to stop.
"Therefore after much soul searching we wanted to let you know that we're putting Silverchair into 'indefinite hibernation' and we've decided to each do our own thing for the foreseeable future... We understand some of you may be disappointed by this news but we really see it as a liberating and positive step for us at this point in our lives."
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Australian grunge group Silverchair have split up after almost 20 years together.
Silverchair bassist and beer brewery owner CHRIS JOANNOU has pledged to give up alcohol for a month.
The Australian rocker, who plays in the band with Natalie Imbruglia's ex-husband Daniel Johns, indulges his love of booze as co-owner of Lovells Lager, which he helped set up with his music producer pal Matt Lovell.
But Joannou has decided to give up his beloved beverage for a full four weeks as part of the Dry July campaign, which encourages regular drinkers to quit alcohol for a month to raise money for charity.
The bassist has signed up as an ambassador for the scheme and will be taking part in the annual abstinence.
Continue reading: Silverchair Beer Boss Gives Up Booze
Natalie Imbruglia's friends thought she was ''completely nuts'' when she agreed to jump out of a plane, but insists it helped her get over her divorce.
Natalie Imbruglia got over her divorce by jumping out of a plane.
The 'Torn' singer - who split from Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns in January 2008 - thought trying something new would help her feels stronger, despite her friends thinking she was "nuts" for taking on such a terrifying challenge.
She said: "Jumping out of a plane is an excellent way to get over a divorce. After breaking up with my husband I felt I should do something that would give me a new lease of life.
Continue reading: Natalie Imbruglia Boosted By Plane Jump
Natalie Imbruglia is disappointed with the lack of male attention she has received since spitting from her husband Daniel Johns.
Natalie Imbruglia hates fans giving her their underwear.
Although the 'Want' singer is disappointed with the lack of male attention she has received since splitting from her husband, Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns, she doesn't enjoy being bombarded with racy gifts.
She said: "I did get some boxer shorts thrown on stage at V Festival, although that doesn't really work for me. In fact, it was a bit creepy.
Continue reading: Natalie Imbruglia Hates Fans' Pants
Natalie Imbruglia, who split from her husband Daniel Johns in January 2008, is ''scared'' of being alone.
Natalie Imbruglia is "scared" of being single.
The 'Torn' singer admits she is still adjusting to life alone after splitting from husband Daniel Johns in January 2008 and isn't sure if she is ready to start dating again.
She said: "I'm a bit scared of being single and scared of getting into another relationship, but I'm married to my work right now."
Continue reading: Natalie Imbruglia's Lonely Fears
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Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia wants to devote her time to having fun after splitting from her husband, Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns.
The couple announced last week (begs31Dec07) that their four-year marriage was over, and the Torn hitmaker is keen to take advantage of her new single status, a mood which is reflected in her forthcoming album.
She says, "I just wanna have fun. That was my main brief. No introspection, let's not over-think this, I wanted the music to feel up and summery. Just fun.
"This record I wanted to be more light-hearted. It reflects how I'm feeling now. I've chilled out a lot. Maybe it's just age. I don't take it all as seriously as I used to."
Silverchair rocker Daniel Johns has been forced to retract claims he made in an interview that he smoked marijuana with his wife Natalie Imbruglia, Bono, and an Australian politician.
Johns claimed the four had used the drug while listening to demos of his band's latest album Young Modern.
He said, "(Bono) invited me over to the house he was staying at in Sydney and asked if I'd play the demos and it was really one of the most surreal moments of my life.
"It was me and Natalie and Peter Garrett (Labour Party MP) and Bono laying on Bono's bed smoking joints listening to the Young Modern demo."
But Johns has performed a u-turn after his comments attracted criticism.
He says, "At no time have I ever smoked a joint with Bono or Peter Garrett. They are both well known to be very anti-drugs so that's why I assumed everybody would know I was joking when I made that comment.
"Clearly that wasn't the case and I feel sick that I might have caused embarrassment to two people who I admire so much."