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Keith Caulfield answers readers' questions about Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, and Daniel Bedingfield.
Love Blames 'Potty Mouth' For Arrest

Love Blames 'Potty Mouth' For Arrest

Musician/actress Courtney Love blamed her "potty mouth" after British police arrested her for verbally abusing cabin staff on a trans-Atlantic flight.
Densmore Sues Over New Doors Lineup

Densmore Sues Over New Doors Lineup

John Densmore, former drummer and co-founder of the Doors, has filed a multiple-count lawsuit against surviving original band members Ray Manzarek and Robert Krieger, among others. The suit revolves around a new incarnation of the Doors that has performed in recent months. It claims that written and oral agreements mandate that the Doors name and logo can be used only by the original band members.
Police: Spector Met Woman Hours Before Death

Police: Spector Met Woman Hours Before Death

Police think legendary rock producer Phil Spector murdered an actress in the foyer of his hilltop home just hours after meeting her at the House of Blues nightclub on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip where she worked as a hostess, sources said yesterday (Feb. 4).
Zombie's '1,000 Corpses' Emerges In April

Zombie's '1,000 Corpses' Emerges In April

Rob Zombie's long-awaited and much-delayed film project "House of 1,000 Corpses" is finally slated to open April 11 in the U.S., with the accompanying soundtrack available March 18.
Reality-Themed Music Shows Keep On Rolling

Reality-Themed Music Shows Keep On Rolling

NBC's top-rated morning show "Today" has helped land a record deal for a singer who appeared on the show's talent contest last year. Kristy Starling, a 22-year-old Oklahoma native, earned second place in the program's singing contest, "Today's Superstar."
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Greek-French composer Iannis Xenaxis dies at the age of 78 at his home in Paris. Trained as an engineer and architect, Xenaxis relied on elaborate computer models and other scientific methods to create such mathematically minded works as "Pithoprakta" for trombones, strings, and percussion (1957), "Nuits" for chorus ('67), and "Pleiades" for percussion sextet ('78), as well as a series of electronic pieces.
Composer Wins Injunction Over Truth Hurts Hit

Composer Wins Injunction Over Truth Hurts Hit

A famed Indian composer has won a court order barring sales of a hip-hop hit he claims borrowed heavily and without credit from one of his songs in an act of "cultural imperialism."
Gill Makes It An Even Dozen Hosting CMA Awards

Gill Makes It An Even Dozen Hosting CMA Awards

In November, country star Vince Gill will serve once again as host for the Country Music Association's (CMA) annual awards show -- marking the 12th year that he has handled the chore. The 37th annual CMA Awards will be held Nov. 5 in Nashville and broadcast live on CBS.
Whitney Houston's Father Dies

Whitney Houston's Father Dies

John Houston, the father of singer Whitney Houston and a theatrical manager since the early days of R&B, died Sunday (Feb. 2) after a long battle with diabetes and heart disease. He was 82. Houston died at a New York hospital, a family spokesperson said, noting that his health had been deteriorating for several years.
Courtney Love Arrested At London Airport

Courtney Love Arrested At London Airport

Former Hole frontwoman Courtney Love was arrested today (Feb. 4) as she arrived at London's Heathrow airport on a trans-Atlantic flight. Love had been "verbally abusive" to cabin crew during a Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles, a spokesperson for the airline said.

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