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WATCH: Tom Petty's acoustic version of 'Learning to Fly'

Tom Petty, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame musician whose songs touched generations of fans, died Monday evening surrounded by his family and bandmates. He was 66.

>> PHOTOS: Tom Petty through the years

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In 1994, Petty and the Heartbreakers played a benefit for the Bridge School in Mountain View, California.

>> Rocker Tom Petty has died at age 66, manager says

“When I think in my life of all the stages we’ve been on, this is certainly the most beautiful set I’ve ever been on – to be up here with these beautiful children,” Petty told the crowd.

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This is the song he and the Heartbreakers played next:

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>> On KIRO7.com: Watch Petty's last performance in Seattle

Photos: Tom Petty through the years

Musician Tom Petty has died at age 66, longtime Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers manager Tony Dimitriades confirmed Oct. 2, 2017.

Las Vegas shooting: Jason Aldean, other celebrities share prayers on social media

Celebrities took to social media to share their thoughts and prayers after a deadly mass shooting erupted late Sunday during the Route 91 Harvest country music festival, headlined by Jason Aldean, in Las Vegas.

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Marilyn Manson struck by falling prop at New York show

Rock star Marilyn Manson was struck and reportedly injured by a falling gun prop at a New York City concert Saturday night.

>> On Rare.us: Metallica frontman James Hetfield gave concertgoers a scare when he collapsed onstage

During a concert at the Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom, Manson was midway through singing “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by the Eurythmics when a giant gun prop collapsed on top of him, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Videos of the scary moment quickly circulated on social media.

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Concertgoer Michelle Curran told the Daily Mail that Manson was halfway through the song when the prop behind him “toppled onto him. The singing stopped, and loads of people ran onto the stage to lift it up.”

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After the accident, people reportedly rushed to help, but it took several minutes before Manson was taken off stage on a stretcher. The rest of the concert was promptly canceled, and a rep for Manson confirmed that he sustained an injury but did not provide any additional information on his condition, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Rihanna to Trump: 'Don't let your people die like this'

Singer Rihanna criticized President Donald Trump’s response to Hurricane Maria’s devastating impact on Puerto Rico in a tweet on Thursday.

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Hurricane Maria slammed into the island with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph, bringing with it torrential rains and catastrophic wind gusts. The storm knocked out the country’s power grid and left millions of people without potable water.

Rihanna on Thursday shared an image with the president of the New York Daily News’s Sept. 27 front page which read, “No food, no water, no power, no medical care for the dying … Puerto Rico needs more help, Mr. President!” over the words “American tragedy.”

“Dear @realDonaldTrump I know you've probably already seen this, but I just wanted to make sure!” Rihanna, who is from Barbados, wrote Thursday. “Don't let your people die like this.”

Rihanna is the latest celebrity to urge Trump to do more in response to the storm, along with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, rapper Pitbull and actress Jennifer Lopez.

A few hours after posting her message to Trump, Rihanna called for a “round of applause” for efforts to aid Puerto Rico from former presidents George H.W. Bush, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.

Government officials are also being criticized by Puerto Rican authorities after acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke declared that the federal response to the damage on the island is a “good news story.”

"When you don't have food for a baby, it's not a good news story," Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz told CNN on Friday. "Damn it, this is not a good news story. This is a people-are-dying story."

Recovery efforts in Puerto Rico are ongoing.

Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards pays witty tribute to Hugh Hefner

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards used social media to write a clever tribute to Hugh Hefner, neatly encapsulating the life and philosophy of the “Playboy” founder who died Wednesday at age 91. 

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“Hugh Hefner. His heart was in the right place. And so was the rest of him,” Richards wrote on Twitter, posting a photograph of that handwritten phrase on Twitter. 

>> ‘Playboy’ founder Hugh Hefner dead at 91

Rock ’n’ roll fans were quick to appreciate Richards’ wit.

>> Photos: Hugh Hefner through the years

“That is old school! Tweeting by handwritten note, nice!” one fan wrote.

“I love it. Written on the back of ‘Hotel Information Sheet’ … this could only be more rock ’n’ roll if it was written on used toilet paper,” tweeted another. 

“Well it’s another goodbye to another good friend,” Richards sang in the 1978 song, “Before They Make Me Run.” That rare solo vocal by Richards is a fitting sendoff for Hefner, especially since it is from the “Some Girls” album.

Arrest made in rapper Young Dolph's shooting

An arrest has been made in the shooting of Memphis, Tennessee, rapper Young Dolph in Hollywood. 

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Los Angeles police confirmed to WHBQ that 43-year-old Corey McClendon has been booked on a charge of attempted murder.

>> On Fox13Memphis.com: Young Dolph shot multiple times, rushed to hospital, reports say

He is being held on a $1 million bond. 

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Reports state a fight broke out at a Hollywood hotel between several men before the shooting. 

Young Dolph, 32, whose real name is Adolph Thornton Jr., was struck. The "Preach" rapper was reportedly hit in one of his arms and his buttocks. He was listed in critical but stable condition. 

>> On Fox13Memphis.com: The 2 years of violence between 3 Memphis rappers

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Another Memphis rapper, Yo Gotti, was previously named as a person of interest in the case but is no longer considered a person of interest. 

McClendon has been arrested many times in Shelby County, Tennessee. His first arrest in Shelby County dates back to 1994 for possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell. 

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Yo Gotti and McClendon were both charged in connection with a brawl that led to a shooting outside a club in 2010. Five people were hurt, including a security guard.

He was also arrested in 2016 for driving on a suspended license and possession of a controlled substance.

WHBQ also learned he had warrants out for his arrest in Georgia.

Rapper Young Thug arrested on drug charge

Atlanta rapper Young Thug was arrested over the weekend in DeKalb County, Georgia, according to jail records.

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The artist, whose real name is Jeffrey Lamar Williams and who lives in Buckhead, was charged with possession of a Schedule II substance and a window-tint violation, records said.

He was arrested Sunday in Brookhaven. Williams, known professionally for an unconventional delivery and collaborations with big names like Gucci Mane, remained in jail Wednesday afternoon.

The rapper, 26, was also arrested last year at Atlanta’s Lenox Square Mall on a failure to appear warrant and in 2015 on accusations he threatened to shoot a Perimeter Mall security guard.

Pitbull sends private plane to Puerto Rico to help cancer patients

Miami-based rapper Pitbull has joined the group of people who are reaching out to help victims in Puerto Rico.

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The Grammy award-winning artist will be sending his personal plane to Puerto Rico to help cancer patients to get treatment in the United States, the New York Daily News reported.

He told the paper that it was the least he could do.

“Thank God we’re blessed to help. Just doing my part,” he said in a statement to the Daily News.

On Tuesday, Puerto Rican Congresswoman Jennifer González on Twitter thanked Pitbull for his help: 

Also this week, ESPN reported that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was also loaning his plane out for relief efforts. Point guard J.J. Barea was going to fly the plane to the island to help transport food, water and supplies.

Related: Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee call for hurricane relief aid for Puerto Rico

And “Despacito” singer Daddy Yankee earlier this week told CNN that he donated $200,000 to the cause. The native Puerto Rican said his wife and family live there and need help: 

Read more at the New York Daily News and ESPN

Grammy-nominated gospel group says bus driver disappeared with $10K deposit

A gospel group that got stuck in Atlanta after Hurricane Harvey hit now says their bus driver left them stranded.

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WSB-TV's Rikki Klaus met gospel artists the Walls Group last month at a Hurricane Harvey relief concert in Alpharetta, Georgia.

They had just come from Charlotte, North Carolina, the first stop on their 19-city tour. 

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“Right after that, our bus driver abandoned us, and he left us here in Atlanta," Alicia Walls said.

Parents and managers Alicia and Roger Walls showed us a contract, which outlines the down payment for 28 days of sleeper bus services $10,000 dollars.

They say the driver was offended they did not want to take his advice, and quit.

The Walls say the driver kept the money. 

“You didn’t fulfill an obligation contractually. It’s just sad,” Alicia Walls said.

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The group canceled several tour stops and could not make it home to Houston, which was flooded.

“We couldn’t go back because of the hurricane,” Roger Walls explained.

They incurred costs for housing, travel and food for the team. 

“We spent $12,000 on 13-14 people to live during the time we couldn’t go back to Houston,” said Roger Walls.

Mr. And Mrs. Walls hired an attorney to sue and a private investigator to find the bus driver. They say he won’t communicate with them anymore, and they cannot find his address. 

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“Without his information, we can’t serve him. We sent him an email basically with all the receipts and the contracts and stuff basically, and we can’t find him,” Alicia Walls said.

Klaus reached out to the bus driver for comment but did not hear back.

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