Published Aug 22, 2009Following another week of news gathering, we've once again assemble our News Round-Up. Take a look below, click on the links and catch up on all the news you might have missed the first time 'round.
First up, a lot of rumours are popping up about Neil Young's appearance at this year's Toronto International Festival, including talk that the Canadian rock icon may be performing a free outdoor concert in downtown Toronto. Also, this week we finally found Radiohead officially releasing their new track "These Are My Twisted Words," as well as Young Galaxy speaking out about their split from Arts & Crafts, Justin Rutledge revealing a new project with The English Patient author Michael Ondaatje and some controversy erupting over a plaque in Kurt Cobain's honour.
If you're looking for something a bit more ridiculous, we also recommend you check out our story on some pretty crazy plans Michael Jackson had before his death. We don't want to spoil the read, but they do involve a 50-foot robot and a so-called "giant robotic hotel."