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Tuli Kupferberg, singer of The Fugs, dies; Jilted promoter sues Ne Yo; California ponders Neverland state park


California lawmakers are considering making Neverland Ranch into a state park. (Chris Carlson/AP)

By Aaron Leitko

-Tuli Kupferberg, vocalist for '60s garage rock group The Fugs, has passed away. He was 86.

-Ne-Yo and his booking agency are being sued in Maryland by a promoter over the R&B singer's failure to appear at a 2008 New Year's Eve concert in Washington state.

-A California lawmaker thinks that Neverland Ranch, Michael Jackson's mega-freaky crash-pad, would make a great state park. Don't pack up the Woodie just yet, though. The California state government--currently facing a $19 billion budget deficit--might not be able to scrape up the dough to purchase the property.

- Update: Remember when we mentioned that alt-country crooners Phosphorescent had their van stolen? Well, they got it back.

By Aaron Leitko  |  July 14, 2010; 8:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: California, Michael Jackson, Ne-Yo, Neverland Ranch, Phosphorescent, Tuli Kupferberg, the Fugs  
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