Headley Not Ruling Out Broadway Return

Headley Not Ruling Out Broadway Return

Finally, an awards show where it's all about the red carpet. At last night's (Oct. 15) VH1-Vogue Fashion Awards in New York, actors, models, and musicians-turned-designers were feted for their penchant for looking absolutely fabulous.
Kenny G Single To Aid Sept. 11 Funds

Kenny G Single To Aid Sept. 11 Funds

Kenny G, Arista Records, and producer Walter Afanasieff have announced that they will donate royalties and net proceeds from the saxophonist's next single to two funds aiding firefighters and police who served in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Billboard Bulletin reports. The single, "Auld Lang Syne (Freedom Mix)," hits stores Nov. 5; it can be heard now as a stream on AOL Music's "First Listen" program.
Tyler, Eve, Lopez Feted With Fashion Awards

Tyler, Eve, Lopez Feted With Fashion Awards

Finally, an awards show where it's all about the red carpet. At last night's (Oct. 15) VH1-Vogue Fashion Awards in New York, actors, models, and musicians-turned-designers were feted for their penchant for looking absolutely fabulous.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Jazz vocalist Etta Jones dies of cancer in New York, the same day HighNote releases her album ""Etta Jones Sings Lady Day."" She is 72.
Opera Star Placido Domingo Knighted

Opera Star Placido Domingo Knighted

Opera singer Placido Domingo received an honorary knighthood at the British embassy in Washington, D.C., yesterday (Oct. 14) for his contributions to music and his charity work in England and around the world.
Oasis Heads Q Awards Nominations

Oasis Heads Q Awards Nominations

With three nods, Oasis leads the nominations for the 13th annual Q Awards, to be held Oct. 21 at the Ex-Saatchi Gallery in London. The band is vying for the "best act in the world today" honor -- an award it has taken four times -- and best live act, while "The Hindu Times" (Big Brother/Sony), which bowed at No. 1 in the U.K. in April, is up for best single.
Songwriter Says Roxette Stole His Tune

Songwriter Says Roxette Stole His Tune

A songwriter is in a London court today (Oct. 15) claiming Swedish pop group Roxette stole one of his songs, robbing him of potential earnings and causing him "seven years of emotional trauma." Stephan Malmstedt, a Swede living in London, told Britain's High Court his compatriot Per Gessle, Roxette's songwriter, copied the tune of the band's 1993 hit "Sleeping in My Car" from one of his own songs, "Jenny and I."
Iommi Holding Out Hope For New Sabbath Album

Iommi Holding Out Hope For New Sabbath Album

Although Rhino is nearing the release of the first installment in a multi-year Black Sabbath reissue program, the band's next studio album -- the first to feature its classic lineup of Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Bill Ward (drums), and Geezer Butler (bass) since 1978's "Never Say Die!" -- looks certain to remain on the back burner for quite a while.
Blink/Box Car Drummer Revs Up In Transplants

Blink/Box Car Drummer Revs Up In Transplants

Last week, the Web site for Epitaph Records began streaming four songs from the Transplants' self-titled debut, a merging of punk heavyweights Tim Armstrong (Rancid) and Travis Barker (Blink 182/Box Car Racer) that's due in stores Oct. 22. Not bad for a band that started as little more than a friendly collaboration in Armstrong's basement studio.
Surgery Sidelines ZZ Top's Beard

Surgery Sidelines ZZ Top's Beard

ZZ Top drummer Frank Beard underwent an emergency appendectomy in Paris over the weekend, where the band had arrived to perform last night (Oct. 14) at Le Zenith.

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