Music & Entertainment News – Friday 4/6/18

Music & Entertainment News – Friday 4/6/18

SOMERSET, Ky. — A Kentucky pizza deliveryman’s customer service was on fire. Literally.

Donatos Pizza driver Ralph Letner told WKYT-TV he was delivering pizza Sunday night to a Somerset mobile home park when he saw a home on fire. Letner says he ran inside, shut off the breaker and found homeowner Jesse Decker trying to put out flames.

Says Letner: “I got down on my hands and knees because the smoke was everywhere, made my way back into his kitchen and got him to go out his front door.”

We’re incredibly proud of our hero associate, Ralph! We all can learn a few life lessons from his actions.

Decker says Letner is a hero for saving his life. A woman also escaped unharmed.

Letner says his parents raised him to help those in need. He wasn’t even supposed to be working, having stayed past his shift because it was busy.

Firefighters say an electrical problem caused the fire.


Sting, after selling one New York City apartment last year for $50-million, is reportedly renting another. The building on West 28th Street has its own Imax theater, a 75-foot skylit pool, gym, 24-hour juice bar and spa. It also has a robotic car parking service.

Sting -Photo Credit: Laurence Agron / PR Photos

Ann Wilson will film her first ever solo television special April 11th at the Arcada Theater in St. Charles, Illinois. Her solo album, Immortal, is due out this summer.

Ann Wilson – Photo Credit: A. Gilbert / PR Photos

The L.A. home of the late Four Seasons producer-songwriter Bob Crewe has gone on the market for just under $5 million. Built in 1993, the three-story house has 12-foot ceilings, four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, a fireplace, chef’s kitchen, elevator and a garden courtyard.

Jimi Hendrix is on the cover of this month’s issue of the cannabis lifestyle magazine Culture. His brother Leon is interviewed.

Leon Hendrix – Photo Credit: Glenn Francis /

Paul Stanley says that he plans to join Gene Simmons for one of his upcoming Vault events. The KISS guitarist took to Twitter to address the situation after Simmons told the crowd at his New York City Vault stop that he hasn’t been able to get Stanley out for one yet.

“Going over my schedule to see when I can join my ‘Brother From Another Mother,’ Gene, at one of his Vault events,” Stanley tweeted. “You BET I’m going!”

Simmons has been touring the U.S. as of late for his Vault events, delivering copies of his limited-edition box set, Gene Simmons – The Vault Experience: 1966-2016, to buyers. The set, including a ticket to one of the “Vault” gatherings, costs $2,000. He also perform a few select songs live for the intimate crowds.

KISS – Photo Credit: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos


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