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.
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.
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.