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Last Update on March 05, 2015 08:10 GMT

GLEN CAMPBELL'S CHILDREN FIGHT OVER WIFE'S CONTROL OVER HIS CARE

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Glen Campbell's two oldest children want someone besides his wife to make medical and financial decisions for him. Debby Campbell-Cloyd and Travis Campbell are asking a judge to appoint conservators and a guardian to protect Campbell's interests. They say in a petition filed in Nashville in January that Campbell's wife, Kim, is keeping their father secluded from the rest of the family and won't let them help with his care. The petition was filed under seal but a copy was sent to The Associated Press. Kim Campbell's attorney refused to comment because of the seal. Glen Campbell is in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease and lives at a long-term care facility.

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Margie Szaroleta (zar-oh-LEH'-tah), AP music correspondent

The two oldest children of singer Glen Campbell are going to court over his health care. AP music correspondent Margie Szaroleta has more. ((opens with music))

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Sound off Glen Campbell

Here's sound of Glen Campbell performing "Wichita Lineman."

PHARRELL TELLS JURY HE DIDN'T COPY MARVIN GAYE IN `BLURRED LINES'

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Pharrell Williams says he wasn't trying to copy the late Marvin Gaye's music for "Blurred Lines." But Williams says he was going for the feeling of late 1970s tunes. Williams is being sued by Gaye's children, who claim "Blurred Lines" copies their father's hit "Got to Give it Up." Robin Thicke and rapper T.I. are also defendants in the case. Yesterday, Williams told a jury in federal court in Los Angeles that he grew up listening to Gaye's music. Williams says he didn't discuss "Got to Give it Up" with Thicke before crafting the song in mid-2012. "Blurred Lines" was 2013's biggest hit and earned more than $16 million in profits.

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Oscar Wells Gabriel

AP Entertainment Editor Oscar Wells Gabriel reports Pharrell Williams testified at a trial in which he and two other musicians are accused of stealing Marvin Gaye's music.

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sound of Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I.

Here is sound of Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and T.I.'s "Blurred Lines." The artists are being sued by Marvin Gaye's children who claim the song was improperly copied.

SHANIA TWAIN ANNOUNCES FINAL TOUR

NEW YORK (AP) -- Shania Twain is going to launch her first tour in 11 years, and it will be her last. Twain will begin her "Rock This Country" tour June 5 in Seattle. She tells "Good Morning America" it will be a farewell tour because while she enjoyed her two years performing in Las Vegas, she's ready to hang it up. She says she wants to go out with a bang. Twain says it will be a different show than the Vegas one. Canadian musician and actor Wes Mack will open for the Seattle date and all the Canadian dates, while Gavin DeGraw will open on the American dates.

MARKY RAMONE PREPARES HIS OWN BEER

NEW YORK (AP) -- Drummer Marky Ramone of The Ramones is planning his own beer line. He's a recovering alcoholic. Ramone says that may sound "surreal," but just because he's an alcoholic doesn't mean he can't create a great-tasting beer. He does what wine-tasters do: he swirls it in his mouth and spits it out. He says if he swallows, he breaks his sobriety. Ramone plans to donate the proceeds from the sale of the beer to charity. In the meantime, he's just published his autobiography, "Punk Rock Blitzkrieg."

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Marky Ramone, drummer formerly with The Ramones

Drummer Marky Ramone, formerly of The Ramones, says he's an alcoholic creating his own beer, but he has a higher purpose.

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Marky Ramone, drummer formerly with The Ramones

Drummer Marky Ramone, formerly of The Ramones, says he's planning his own line of beer, even though he's an alcoholic.

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Marky Ramone, drummer formerly with The Ramones

Drummer Marky Ramone, formerly of The Ramones, says he's involved in the beer-making process but he doesn't drink it.

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Marky Ramone, drummer formerly with The Ramones

Drummer Marky Ramone, formerly of The Ramones, says getting fired from The Ramones was the best thing that ever happened to him, because it forced him to become sober.

BUDDY HOLLY PLANE CRASH CASE COULD BE REOPENED

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The National Transportation Safety Board could take another look at the February 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper. An NTSB spokesman confirms to Billboard magazine it is reviewing a petition to reopen the investigation. That review could take several months. New England pilot L.J. Coon submitted the petition, saying flight data involving the plane's rate of ascent, weight and balance could point out factors in the crash. That could clear the name of pilot Roger Peterson, who was also killed in the crash. The now-defunct Civil Aeronautics Board blamed the crash on pilot error, with snow as a secondary cause.

BIG SEAN IS NUMBER ONE

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Big Sean beats out Kid Rock on the album chart. Big Sean's "Dark Sky Paradise" makes its debut at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, moving 173,000 units. It's Big Sean's first number-one album. Rock's "First Kiss" debuts in second with 146,000 units.

 
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