U2 Postpones Qwest Date, Maldives + "Purple Sage," and Earth's Oldest Record Store

-- SeaTimes: The Maldives' Jason Dodson discusses the band's SIFF-commissioned, live soundtrack to the silent film, "Riders of the Purple Sage." The band will be performing the soundtrack along with the film at the Triple Door Tonight.

-- USA Today: Bono's gonna need a couple months to recover from his recent emergency back surgery, which means U2's June 20 Qwest Field show will be put off until next year.

-- Billboard: David Byrne is suing Florida Governor Charlie Crist for using the Talking Heads song "Road to Nowhere" in an ad in his campaign for Senate without the proper permissions/licenses. For this sin, Byrne is demanding a million bucks.

-- NME: Slipknot bassist Paul Gray was found dead in his Des Moines, Iowa hotel room yesterday. He was 38.

-- NPR: Earth's oldest record store -- Spillers Records in Cardiff, Wales -- is in danger of closing next month.

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