George Michael Wham! band death lead to Careless Whisper

Far more tests will be carried out soon after 53-year-old was identified dead at house on Christmas Day

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We will have to find out what killed George Michael as a post-mortem examination into the trigger of George Michael’s death was ‘inconclusive’ police have said.

His death is still being treated as it was on Christmas Day, when we very first reported the tragedy, as unexplained but not suspicious.

Michael’s manager, Michael Lippman, said he had “died of heart failure.”

A lot more tests will now be carried out to figure out what led to his death, Thames Valley Police mentioned in a statement. The benefits of these tests are unlikely to be known for numerous weeks.

The household say they are “touched beyond words” by the “incredible outpouring of enjoy” from the nation who have been stunned by the loss of the awesomely talented pop singer and songwriter.

His boyfriend Fadi Fawaz was the very first to uncover the star and stated he discovered the him dead in bed when he arrived to wake him ahead of a planned Christmas Day lunch. Fawaz described Michael as a “beautiful person” and a “kind and generous man”. His former lengthy-term partner Kenny Goss is devastated.

Meanwhile,The Guardian reportsthat the majority of George Michael’s £105m fortune will go to his sister Melaine who travelled with him the majrity of his profession and his other older sister Yiolda will also get a share.

Additionally,reports recommend that Elton John will play at George Michael’s funeral. It is thought that Michael will have two funeral one for close loved ones and friends and another for fans.

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Bon Iver, Run the Jewels, Aphex Twin, Justice Lead NOS Primavera Sound 2017 Lineup

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The Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona is a indie rock mecca that every festie ought to go to at least after in their life. We loved our time in Barcelona, but final year’s sister festival held in Portugal actually stole our hearts. The cozy NOS Primavera Sound, held in the utterly delightful city of Porto, requires location in a comfortable grassy park…and it is only an eight minute stroll to the ocean.

This smaller scale edition does not boast the arena sized headliners of the parent festival, but the setting is a lot more intimate and significantly less overwhelming. This year, NOS Primavera Sound will welcome Aphex Twin, Justice, Run The Jewels, Bon Iver, Death Grips, and Teenage Fanclub. Verify out the rest of the lineup right here in our MFW Festival Guide.

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Airbourne lead first acts for Hard Rock Hell


buy tickets now > Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th November 2017
Haven, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6HJ, Wales MAP
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accommodation from £129 for 3 day pass (based on 7 people sharing)

daily capacity: 6000

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Hard Rock Hell returns for its 11th edition as a three day event, this time dubbed as ‘Knights Of The Dark Order’ and takes place once again at Haven, Hafan y Môr Holiday Park, in Pwllheli, North Wales from Thursday 9th until Sunday 12th November 2017.

Leading the first acts to be confirmed are Australian power rockers Airbourne. The UK Winter rock music festival line-up will feature over 50 bands from around the globe performing throughout the weekend including Y&T, Gun, Syteria, and Germany’s The New Roses.

We’re not resting on our laurels or anything else: 2017 is going to be the biggest adventure yet!” promises CEO Jonni Davis, adding, “We’re taking the HRH experience out to Australia, NZ and Singapore; meanwhile some fresh new branches are growing from the HRH tree here in the U.K. – new genres and niches of rock and metal that our community want us to add into the mix. It’s going to be a Hell of a year, and of course we’ll still be delivering our core events. HRH XI is going to be the best yet! Bring it on!

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Ticket prices start from £129 for 3 day pass including accommodation (based on 7 people sharing). All tickets include free parking.

Note: This event is for over 18s

Starting on Thursday evening with a hand-picked selection of live appearances and The Great Big Prog Mag Quiz. HRH: Prog 2’s arenas feature state-of-the-art sound and lighting production with lots of seating, food stations and well-stocked round-the-clock bars, plus signings, psychedelic entertainment, fringe activities, plus go karts, crazy golf, archery and laser quest.

buy tickets now > Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th November 2017
Haven, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6HJ, Wales MAP
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accommodation from £129 for 3 day pass (based on 7 people sharing)

daily capacity: 6000

last updated: Yesterday, 03:54pm

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