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Bono bounces back from back surgery; Jack White throws a hissy fit; Rod Stewart procreates at age 65

dead weather Jack White, photographed here with the Dead Weather in Washington last month, lost his cool in New York. (Evy Mages/FTWP)

By Chris Richards

The white men of rock-and-roll are keepin' busy:

- Bono returned to the stage in Italy on Friday night, ten weeks after a sudden back surgery forced U2 to cancel oodles of dates across the United States. The band's manager, Paul McGuinness, predicts that the band's 2011 tour will be the biggest grossing tour in history.

- Jack White threw a tantrum onstage last week after a New York crowd apparently didn't show enough enthusiasm for his band the Dead Weather. New York Daily News has a partial transcript of the outburst (and the apology White offered the crowd later in the set) here.

- 65-year-old Rod Stewart is expecting his second child with partner Penny Lancaster. It'll be Stewart's seventh child.

By Chris Richards  |  August 9, 2010; 10:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Bono, Jack White, Rod Stewart, The Dead Weather, U2  
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