Newsted Energized For Ozzfest Double Duty

Newsted Energized For Ozzfest Double Duty

Double duty wasn't necessarily what new Voivod member (and recently announced Ozzy Osbourne bassist) Jason Newsted had in mind when he left Metallica over two years ago, but that's exactly what he'll be doing this summer as Voivod and Ozzy play Ozzfest 2003. Despite the need for two sets of everything (clothes, amps, etc.), Newsted tells Billboard.com that he's up for the challenge.
Madonna Edged Out For No. 1 U.K. Debut

Madonna Edged Out For No. 1 U.K. Debut

The U.K. singles chart sprang a surprise yesterday (April 20) when Madonna's "American Life" (Maverick), which had led the way in midweek sales, was beaten to No. 1 by the incumbent chart-topper of three weeks, "Make Luv" by Room 5 featuring Oliver Cheatham (Positiva).
DOJ Backs RIAA In Verizon Copyright Suit

DOJ Backs RIAA In Verizon Copyright Suit

In a major victory for record companies, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has sided with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in its ongoing lawsuit against Internet service provider Verizon Communications.
Fine Tuning

Fine Tuning

An in-depth look at the musical highlights of the April 21-27, 2003, TV schedule.
HOT PRODUCT

HOT PRODUCT

Previewing new releases by Madonna, Daniel Lanois, Blue Man Group, the Yardbirds, and more.
Jazz/Soul Legend Nina Simone Dies

Jazz/Soul Legend Nina Simone Dies

Jazz great Nina Simone died today (April 21) at her home in the south of France. She was 70. The cause of death was not announced, but she had battled cancer. Simone is survived by a daughter, Lisa.
17TunesOnTV

17TunesOnTV

Music-related TV listings for April 21-27, 2003.

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