Record executive Clive Davis says he’s bisexual.
In his new memoir, out Tuesday, the twice-divorced 80-year-old reveals that he had sex with a man in the 1970s. Davis writes in The Soundtrack of My Life that he hadn’t been repressed or confused during his marriages and that sex with a man provided welcome relief.
Davis is the chief creative officer of Sony Music Entertainment. He writes that he’s been in a strong monogamous relationship with a man for the last seven years.
There will be a British invasion of the main stage at Bonnaroo this year.
Paul McCartney and Mumford & Sons are among the headliners for the 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn.
The four-day festival, held on a rural 700-acre farm, always features an eclectic roster, but the June 13 to 16 event is even more varied than usual.
Returnees Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers also hold down a headliner spot. Then things get a little crazy with R&B star R. Kelly, alternative queen Bjork , and Wu-Tang Clan celebrating its 20th anniversary. Wilco, Pretty Lights, The Lumineers, The National, the xx, Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, Nas and ZZ Top also top the list announced Tuesday by Weird Al Yankovic via Bonnaroo’s YouTube channel.
Tickets go on sale at noon Saturday.
The top five movies from the four-day, holiday weekend box office:
1. A Good Day to Die Hard, $24.8 million
2. Identity Thief, $23.7 million
3. Safe Haven, $21.4 million
4. Escape From Planet Earth, $15.9 million
5. Warm Bodies, $8.9 million
Among celebrity birthdays today: Actor Sidney Poitier is 86. Jazz and soul singer Nancy Wilson is 76. Actor Anthony Stewart Head is 59. Actor Joel Hodgson is 53. Actor French Stewart is 49. Model Cindy Crawford is 47. Actor Andrew Shue is 46. Singer Brian Littrell is 38. Actress Lauren Ambrose is 35. Singer Rihanna is 25.