Advertiser reports that Heavenly Herani was born yesterday in London at
home with Michael helping the midwives as his partner Paula gave birth
to 3.1kg (6.8lbs for us Americans) Heavenly Herani. They also included
the name Tiger Lily because they were so proud when they first layed eyes
on her. Heavenly Herani Tiger Lily Hutchence is her name. Michael was
quoted as saying it was "the proudest moment of my life, I'm a dad...and
I'm on cloud nine and I think I'll do this every year."
to Michael, Paula and Heavenly Herani Tiger Lily and all the families
in a Melbourne newspaper today reveals that the first single off of the
new INXS album will be entitled "I'm Searching," due for release in September.
Though this has not been confirmed by Mercury, the record label does confirm
that the new record will not be released until January 1997.
an appearance on Australia's JJJ radio station yesterday to talk about
the new record. The band is tentatively thinking of calling the album
"Elegantly Wasted." (Feedback on that title would be appreciated at email@example.com.)
Michael also said that the band would probably do some dates in Australia
in September, and hinted that the album might be delayed till January
of 1997. Let's hope not!
of you in Europe, don't miss an INXS rockumentary on MTV Europe on July
1996 (from Sue Morley):
Pulse magazine features a snippet on the long-delayed new Talking Heads
(sans David Byrne) record. Many guest vocalists are participating, including
Johnette Napolitano (formerly of Concrete Blonde), Debbie Harry, and none
other than Michael Hutchence (is there any project he is not involved
in?). There is still no release date.