Ozzy Leaves Intensive Care

Ozzy Leaves Intensive Care

Ozzy Osbourne has been moved out of intensive care as he recovers from crashing an all-terrain vehicle two weeks ago, his family said today (Dec. 23).
Jack White Charged With Assault

Jack White Charged With Assault

White Stripes lead singer Jack White (real name: John Anthony Gillis) was charged today (Dec. 22) in Detroit with aggravated assault after a fight with the lead singer of another band. White, 28, faces anywhere from no jail time to a maximum of one year in prison if convicted.
HOT PRODUCT

HOT PRODUCT

Previewing the Pearl Jam-led "Big Fish" soundtrack plus new albums from B2K and David Banner.
AFI Eyeing Spring Tour

AFI Eyeing Spring Tour

California-based goth-leaning rock act AFI is finalizing an early 2004 touring schedule that includes February and March dates with support acts Coheed And Cambria, Thursday and A Static Lullaby.
Ruben Settles Suit; Clay Graduates College

Ruben Settles Suit; Clay Graduates College

"American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard has settled his lawsuit against a hip-hop clothing maker. Studdard's attorney, Byron Perkins, wouldn't release details of the settlement with 205 Flava Inc.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1998 - The Higher Regional Court in Mannheim, Germany, sentences promoter Mathias Hoffmann to a jail term of five years and eight months. Hoffmann, 47, organizer of the 3 Tenors' concerts, had been found guilty of 59 counts of fraud and tax evasion involving some $13.5 million.
DMX Signs On For Two Films

DMX Signs On For Two Films

DMX has inked a deal to star in two as-yet-to-be-determined movies for Emmett/Furla Films. Under the terms of the deal, the movies will be co-produced by DMX's production company, Bloodline Films.
Who, Bowie To Lead Isle Of Wight Fest

Who, Bowie To Lead Isle Of Wight Fest

The Who, David Bowie and Stereophonics are confirmed to headline the 2004 edition of the U.K.'s Isle of Wight Festival. Stereophonics will play June 11, followed by the Who on June 12 and Bowie on June 13.
German Court Finds Neo-Nazi Band Guilty

German Court Finds Neo-Nazi Band Guilty

A German court today (Dec. 22) found members of a neo-Nazi rock group guilty of forming a criminal association, in the first case of its kind in the country.

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