While his sister is using her newfound fame to the maximum, Jack Osbourne has seemed content to use his fame and influence behind the scenes in his quest to be a music industry mogul of sorts, scouting out bands and trying to develop them for Sony Music. Now Jack will make one of his first public appearances outside of the watchful eyes of the hit MTV show, The Osbournes, when he makes a cameo appearance on Dawson’s Creek.
According to some press accounts, Jack filmed his cameo part for the series season premier episode on Friday (8/9). The two-hour season premier of Dawson’s Creek is scheduled to air on October 2nd and include the cameo by Jack.
Keep your eyes open when the new season of the Osbournes airs, we may get to see Ozzy calling out to Jack to help work the f**king remote control so that the proud family can watch the teen drama with Jack’s appearance.
Stone Temple Pilots have scheduled
a one-off opening gig for Aerosmith on Oct 2nd when Steven Tyler and Co
play a concert at the UMB Bank Pavilion in Maryland Heights, Mo.
Last week an arrest warrant was issued for Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil.
Neil has been charged with misdemeanor battery for allegedly punching record producer Michael Schuman (Stevie Wonder, the Jacksons) in the parking lot of the Rainbow in Hollywood.
Schuman’s attorney Trent Copeland says that his client was allegedly a target of an unprovoked attack by Neil who is said to have pulled into the parking lot exited his Rolls-Royce and walked up to Schuman and slugged him “in the face a couple of times." Copeland says that the attack from Neil knocked a crown out of Schuman's mouth and also caused an injury to his elbow when he hit the ground after being struck.
The Neil camp has been pretty tightlipped about the incident and arrest warrant. Vince’s manager released the following statement the day after the warrant was issued, "Vince is cooperating fully with the Los Angeles investigators. We feel the charges are ridiculous and Vince will be fully exonerated."
If convicted Neil six months in jail and a $2,000 fine.