Enigmatic R&B artist Prince is preparing to grace fans with a three-disc document of his spring North American One Nite Alone tour. "One Nite Alone... Live" will initially be available to members of the artist's NPG Music Club, but is expected to be given a wider release sometime this fall.
Liverpool pop threesome Atomic Kitten achieved a notable double on the new U.K. charts, announced yesterday (Sept. 15). As the group's cover of Blondie's "The Tide Is High" (Innocent/Virgin) continued its reign on the region's singles survey, its second album, "Feels So Good," became an instant No. 1 on the album chart.
The MGM film "Barbershop," which stars rappers-turned-actors Ice Cube and Eve, was clearly a cut above the rest this weekend at the box office in North America. The movie exceeded expectations and debuted with a sterling estimate of $21 million to take the top spot. If that estimate holds, the opening for "Barbershop" will historically be the third biggest in September after New Line's "Rush Hour" ($33 million) and Paramount's "Double Jeopardy" ($23.2 million).
Eagles singer Don Henley has urged California's Coastal Commission to severely limit development of Malibu. "Most people think of Malibu as movie stars and mansions and fancy cars," Henley told a public hearing in Los Angeles on Thursday.
U.K. dance/electronic duo Layo & Bushwacka! knows the true meaning of a "good beat." The act's debut, 1998's Low Life, overflowed with a handful of aural flavors, from house and electro to blues and dub.
2001 - In tribute to all affected by the tragic events of Sept. 11, the Grand Ole Opry, a uniquely American institution, distributes American flags to patrons as they enter the Opry House for the show.