Junkie XL, the Bravery, Union Jack (in its first show in seven years), Eric Prydz and the Veez have been added to the lineup for the Ultra Music Festival, to be held March 28-29 at Miami's Bicentennia

Junkie XL, the Bravery, Union Jack (in its first show in seven years), Eric Prydz and the Veez have been added to the lineup for the Ultra Music Festival, to be held March 28-29 at Miami's Bicentennial Park.

They join previously announced artists such as Tiesto, Underworld, Carl Cox, Paul Van Dyk, Justice, Moby, Carl Cox and the Crystal Method on the bill, which boasts five stages of music.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







The Blue Man Group is prepping two new releases for the spring via Rhino. "How To Be a Megastar Live!," due March 25, chronicles a 2006-7 tour of the same name via a CD/DVD combo. Bonus features include the video for "I Feel Love" and extensive behind-the-scenes footage.

Due the same day is "Canta Comingo," a remix EP centered around the title track, which is a Spanish version of the popular Blue Man Group song "Sing Along." Remixes were contributed by acts such as Funky Junction, Nickodemus, Onionz, Gae.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







Tim McGraw launched a mobile Web site at the Mobile World Congress, allowing fans to connect from Internet-connected mobile phones to download videos, buy premium content and check on tour dates and other McGraw news.

The site, mcgraw2go.mobi, is run by TrioVisions and conforms to dotMobi standards to ensure that it works on a variety of phones.


-- Jennifer Netherby, L.A.