Kelly Osbourne Signs With Sanctuary

Kelly Osbourne Signs With Sanctuary

Kelly Osbourne has signed a multi-album recording contract with Sanctuary Records Group. The label will on Sept. 30 re-release her 2002 Epic debut "Shut Up" under the name "Changes," featuring a duet with her father, Ozzy, on the title track. The re-packaged album will also contain four bonus live cuts.
Update: Jewel Cancels Fall Tour

Update: Jewel Cancels Fall Tour

Updating a story first posted here yesterday (Sept. 10), Jewel has canceled her fall U.S. tour after the sudden death of touring bassist Terome "T-Bone" Hannon. As previously reported, the month-long outing was due to kick off Sept. 19 in North Charleston, S.C.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Singer-songwriter Carolyn Dawn Johnson dominates the Canadian Country Music Awards in Calgary, with five wins.
Corgan Unveils The Poet Inside

Corgan Unveils The Poet Inside

Former Smashing Pumpkins frontman and current Zwan leader Billy Corgan will present a multimedia poetry performance Sept. 17 in his Chicago hometown, opening the Poetry Center of Chicago's 31st Annual Reading Series at the Art Institute of Chicago's Rubloff Auditorium.
Deepest Musical Note Detected In Outer Space

Deepest Musical Note Detected In Outer Space

Who knew: big black holes sing bass. One particularly monstrous black hole has probably been humming B flat for billions of years, but at a pitch no human could hear, let alone sing, astronomers revealed yesterday (Sept. 9).
Pixies To Reform In April?

Pixies To Reform In April?

A decade after a bitter breakup, seminal alternative rock act the Pixies may reunite next year. At deadline, rumors of a tour and a potential new studio album remain unconfirmed. The group's manager tells Billboard.com, "I have received an offer for the Pixies to perform in April. That said, over the past 10 years, I have received dozens of offers for the Pixies."
BREAKING & ENTERING

BREAKING & ENTERING

A look at acts breaking at radio and retail and entering Billboard charts. This week: Los Lonely Boys & The Weakerthans.
Tilbrook Plans Second Solo Set

Tilbrook Plans Second Solo Set

Glenn Tilbrook has begun recording songs for his second solo album, which he hopes to release in the spring.
Breaking & Entering

Breaking & Entering

A look at acts breaking at radio and retail and entering Billboard charts. This week: Los Lonely Boys & The Weakerthans.

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