Marilyn Manson Cleared In Battery Suit

Marilyn Manson Cleared In Battery Suit

A St. Paul, Minn., jury ruled yesterday (Sept. 8) against a security guard who accused Marilyn Manson of battery at a concert three years ago.
Dizzee Rascal Takes U.K.'s Mercury Prize

Dizzee Rascal Takes U.K.'s Mercury Prize

Dizzee Rascal was awarded the U.K.'s 2003 Mercury Music Prize at a ceremony tonight (Sept. 9) in London. The 18-year-old MC/producer's debut, "Boy In Da Corner," was released in July by XL Recordings in the U.K.
Mexican Fans Can't Bank On Concert Tickets

Mexican Fans Can't Bank On Concert Tickets

Abusive and outrageous are just some of the terms Mexican concertgoers have used to describe what they consider elitist presale ticketing practices that literally take them to the bank.
The Tangled Web

The Tangled Web

The Web's most intriguing music-related destinations. This week: JamBase.com, BBC's Radio 1 and Jimmy Buffett.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Carolyn Dawn Johnson is again the big winner at the Canadian Country Music Awards, held in Calgary, Alberta. In addition to top female, Johnson takes home trophies for top single and top video for her hit "I Don't Want You to Go."
'Concert For George' To Hit Theaters, DVD

'Concert For George' To Hit Theaters, DVD

Filmed in high definition and recorded in 5.1 surround sound, "A Concert for George" will be released worldwide on DVD in November, distributed internationally via ArenaPlex LLC.
THE TANGLED WEB

THE TANGLED WEB

The Web's most intriguing music-related destinations. This week: JamBase.com, BBC's Radio 1 and Jimmy Buffett.
Lips, Ladies Highlight 'Christmas Too'

Lips, Ladies Highlight 'Christmas Too'

Nettwerk America has set a Nov. 4 release date for "Maybe This Christmas, Too," a holiday compilation album featuring tracks by the Flaming Lips, Barenaked Ladies and Dave Matthews Band, among others.
Poll: Concert Discs Make Fans Happy

Poll: Concert Discs Make Fans Happy

Releasing concert CDs soon after shows are completed is a winning proposition for music fans, according to a Billboard.com poll. More than 80% of 2,376 voters voiced support for the trend that has been heralded by such bands as Pearl Jam, Phish and the Dead.

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