Fugazi had been rumored to be reuniting to play Washington, D.C.'s Fort Reno park this fall, but Canty says "it's not happening. I don't know who started that rumor. We would have had to have been practicing. We can all have a moment of silence that day together."
50 Cent's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" tops The Billboard 200 for a fourth non-consecutive week, once again holding a relatively narrow lead over Norah Jones' "Come Away With Me." The rapper's Shady/Interscope set holds on to No. 1 despite a 22% dip to sales of 280,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Jones' Blue Note/Capitol debut took a 28% hit to sales of 243,000 copies and is held to No. 2 again this week.
Known for his improvisation on stage, singer/songwriter Ben Harper tells Billboard.com that he brought the same mindset into the studio for the recording of his fifth studio album, "Diamonds on the Inside," due March 11 from Virgin.