The legal battle over this video of a baby dancing to a Prince song continues By SUDHIN THANAWALA, Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal appeals court Monday cleared the way for a trial in a copyright lawsuit over a YouTube video showing a baby dancing to the Prince song "Let's Go Crazy." The lawsuit was filed by the baby's mother, Stephanie Lenz, after Universal Music sent a notice to YouTube demanding the video be taken down for violating the song's copyright.

Watch: Morrissey performs “Kiss Me a Lot” on Jimmy Fallon

After a few years of health and personal problems, Morrissey finally seems to be in full form. He proved he's back to fighting strength on Thursday with a ravishing performance of "Kiss Me a Lot" on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." With a metallic green shirt ensemble and his signature chest hair front and center, the former Smiths frontman breezed through the track from his 2014 album, "World Peace Is None of Your Business." Morrissey also hasn't lost his assertive air of bravado in his stage swagger that hasn't been seen since the release of "Ringleader of the Tormentors." Colorado fans should keep their fingers crossed that it will last -- no fan altercations and no cancellations -- as Morriessy is scheduled to play Red Rocks on July 16 with the magnetic Baltimore band, Future Islands, on opening detail.

Watch: Jamie xx, members of the xx perform “Loud Places” on Seth Meyers

Jamie xx, the heartbeat of the xx, broke out on his own this year with the critically acclaimed "In Colour." Monday night on "Late Night with Seth Myers", Jamie xx enlisted the support of his two bandmates, Romy Cross and Oliver Sim, to perform one of Reverb's favorite tracks of 2015, "Loud Places." The airy and emotional take also included ex-CU Boulder student and Chairlift frontwoman Caroline Polachek; Pauli and Stella Mozgawa from Warpaint; Jehnny Beth from Savages; Moses Sumney; Okay Kaya and the winner of the evening, the Harlem Gospel Choir.