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Blue Ivy Carter, Tyler Perry get into $20K bidding war over painting at art auction

Blue Ivy Carter may only be 6 years old, but she's already an art connoisseur.

According to USA Today, the daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z got into a high-priced bidding war with media mogul Tyler Perry on Saturday at the Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles. 

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Blue Ivy reportedly bid $17,000 on a piece, described by E! as "an acrylic painting of a young Sidney Poitier," before Perry fired back with an $18,000 offer. Not one to be outdone, Blue Ivy bid $19,000 "as Jay-Z jokingly tried to take her arm down," according to USA Today. Perry ended up paying $20,000 for the painting.

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Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles, and her husband, Richard Lawson, organized the gala.

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Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Talks Jamming With Journey, Bruce Lee, Hendrix & More

Def Leppard hits The AT&T Center with Journey on August 31st. 

Guitarist Phil Collen and I discussed him having said that they may do some jamming with Journey during the shows.

We also had the chance to talk about his side project Delta Deep and their new release as well as a Def Leppard Record Store Day release, Bruce Lee, Jimi Hendrix and a lot more.

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Iron Maiden's Reaction to Lawsuit is 'Sour Grapes,' Says Challenger

The music manager who launched a legal dispute with Iron Maiden over “Hallowed Be Thy Name” has called the band’s reaction “sour grapes.”

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Campaign Launched to Rename English Town After David Bowie

A campaign has been launched to rename the English town of Aylesbury to “Aylesbowie” in recognition of David Bowie.

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15 Years Ago: Allman Brothers Band Roar Back With 'Hittin' the Note'

The Allman Brothers Band's 24th album was at once like and unlike anything they had ever done before.

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The Roots' SXSW show canceled after bomb threat; man arrested

Update, 2:14 a.m. CDT Sunday: Austin police have arrested a man in connection with a bomb threat that led to the cancellation of The Roots’ show Saturday at South by Southwest. 

The city of Austin tweeted the following statement early Sunday:

Trevor Weldon Ingram, 26, was arrested on charges of making a terroristic threat, a third-degree felony, the release said.

Police also tweeted Ingram’s booking photo:

ORIGINAL STORY: A South by Southwest performance by The Roots at Fair Market in Austin, Texas, was canceled Saturday night due to a “security concern,” event organizers said.

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A police spokesman said around 9:30 p.m. that more information would be released via Twitter, but nothing had been posted by 11:30 p.m. CDT.

However, the Austin Chronicle reported that it had two staffers at the event. One staffer heard event workers discussing the concern as a bomb threat, according to a report the weekly posted online, and "a second Chronicle staffer spoke with someone working at Fair Market tonight, who confirmed that Austin police were canvassing the property to determine whether there is any validity to the threat."

The cancellation of the show on the final night of the South By Southwest Festival comes at a time of heightened concern in the city following three deadly package bombs – two on Monday – that have exploded in East Austin this month, killing two people and seriously injuring a third.

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Representatives for the event issued the following statement Saturday night after the cancellation

“Due to a security concern, we have made the difficult decision to cancel tonight’s Bud Light x The Roots SXSW Jam. After working proactively with SXSW, the Austin Police Department, and other authorities, Bud Light believes this is the best course of action to ensure the safety of our guests, staff, and artists, and appreciate your understanding. We are truly sorry to have to cancel the event, but we felt it was necessary to take all safety precautions.”

>> Austin package bombings: Friends remember victims Draylen Mason, Anthony House

In an Instagram post, Fair Market representatives said Anheuser-Busch made the call to cancel the event.

In a tweet that was later deleted Saturday night, frontman Questlove wrote, “Uh, welp can’t say much but for those in Austin waiting in line to see us tonight. Tonight’s show has been cancelled. They’ll make official announcement but I’d rather save y’all the trouble of waiting in line.”

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In response to fans who were upset after waiting in line for hours, Questlove also tweeted:

Watch Keith Richards, Ann Wilson, Billy Gibbons + More at Love Rocks NYC! Benefit Concert

Love Rocks NYC! brought together an incredible array of talent to raise money for God's Love We Deliver, an organization that delivers meals to people who can't cook because of illness.

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The Rise, Fall and Rise of Gary Numan

It's easy to forget that celebrities are just like the rest of us — trying to pay the bills. But Gary Numan spills it all when it comes to managing his finances.

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40 Years Ago: Elvis Costello Releases His Masterpiece, 'This Year's Model'

Elvis Costello's debut album arrived less than a year before its follow-up. But the two records boasted a sound, style and attitude that were far removed from each other.

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Neil Young, Daryl Hannah 'Don't Give A S—' What People Think of Their Relationship

Neil Young says he and Daryl Hannah “don’t give a s––-” about what the media and other people think of their relationship.

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