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: Quickies: Britney Spears offered $10 million for sex - Motorhead busted on the Road - Former Grateful Dead members headline summer tour. 


6-12-00 2:00 PM PST antiGUY
British and Canadian press outlets are reporting that an American businessman contacted Britney Spears record label, Jive, and presented an offer of $10 million ($17 million Canadian) for the Teen diva to sleep with him. Britney told the London Sun that the man should take a cold shower and leave her alone. She also stated that she is waiting until she is married to give up her virtue. 

antiMUSIC's Freak said today (June 12th) that he would gladly offer his sexual services to the teen pop star for the bargain basement price of $5 million. "She has two best selling albums, surely she can afford to pay me $5 million bucks for my expertise" said Freak… Don't count on it buddy! 

Motorhead's drummer was busted for raising hell in a Holiday Inn in Denver last Friday. Mikkey Dee and two other people who are attached to the current Motorhead tour were arrested after anther guest at the hotel complained about the noise the three were making in the hallways at 4:30 am. 

The manager of the hotel stated that members of the band were reported to have been in the hotel bar until it closed at 2am. The intoxicated Dee and two others apparently mistook another room for their own and woke the occupant up at 4:30am by pounding on the door. The irritated guest called hotel security and the police arrested Dee and the two other people with him. 

Former members of the Grateful Dead will be touring this summer with their new band The Other Ones. The supergroup features Dead guitarist Bob Weir and drummer Mickey Hart as well as Bruce Hornsby on Keyboards. Phil Lesh the bassist for the Grateful Dead who was part of last years canceled tour plans for The Other Ones will not be on this summers outing, dubbed the Further Festival. 

The opening slot on the tour will be filled by Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers. 

Further Festival Dates

8/23 - Coors Amphitheater - Chula Vista, Calif. 
8/24 - Arrowhead Pond - Anaheim, Calif. 
8/25 - Shoreline Amphitheater - Mountain View, Calif. 
8/27 - The Gorge - George, Wash. 
8/29 - Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater - Denver 
8/31 - Alpine Valley Music Theater - East Troy, Wis. 
9/1- Buckeye Lake Music Center - Columbus, Ohio 
9/2 - Darien Lake Amphitheater - Buffalo, N.Y. 
9/4 - Pine Knob Music Center - Clarkston, Mich. 
9/7 - Blossom Music Center - Cleveland 
9/8 - Coors Light Amphitheater - Scranton, Pa. 
9/9 - Hartford Civic Center - Hartford, Conn. 
9/10 - Continental Airlines Arena - East Rutherford, N.J. 
9/12 - On Center - Syracuse, N.Y. 
9/14 - Nissan Pavilion - Washington, D.C. 
9/15 - Fleet Center - Boston 
9/16 - Blockbuster-Sony Entertainment Center - Camden, N.J. 
9/17 - Bryce Jordan Center - State College, Pa. 
9/20 - Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, Va. 
9/21 - Greensboro Coliseum - Greensboro, N.C. 
9/23 - Suwanee Music Park - Live Oak, Fla. 
9/24 - Lakewood Amphitheater - Atlanta

 

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