BREAKING & ENTERING

BREAKING & ENTERING

A look at the latest acts that are breaking at radio and retail and entering the Billboard charts. This week: Paloalto and Scotty Emerick.
Costello Reissues Explode With Bonus Tracks

Costello Reissues Explode With Bonus Tracks

Rhino's upgrade of Elvis Costello's back catalog will continue with a staggering expansion of three early 1980s albums. Due Sept. 9 are two-disc versions of 1980's "Get Happy," 1981's "Trust" and 1983's "Punch the Clock."
Springsteen Tour Heads West

Springsteen Tour Heads West

Newly added into the middle of the Boss' itinerary is his first show in San Francisco since 1978 and his first ever at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium.
McCartney Exhibit Opens At Beatles Museum

McCartney Exhibit Opens At Beatles Museum

An exhibition celebrating the solo career of Paul McCartney after the break-up of the Beatles will open in Liverpool on Saturday (Aug. 2), organized by students from his former school. "The Solo Years -- Paul McCartney" will be held at the Beatles Story museum in response to fans' demands.
Schools Move To Quash Illegal Download Subpoenas

Schools Move To Quash Illegal Download Subpoenas

Boston College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, citing privacy concerns, have moved to quash subpoenas issued by the recording industry to discover the identities of students accused of illegally copying music.
Television Plugs Back In

Television Plugs Back In

The catalog of seminal New York rock act Television will be upgraded this fall with new editions of the albums "Marquee Moon" and "Adventure," plus the first official release of the oft-bootlegged concert disc "Live at the Old Waldorf." Rhino will release the sets on Sept. 23.
Steve Winwood Takes 'Time' On Tour

Steve Winwood Takes 'Time' On Tour

Steve Winwood has announced plans for a fall U.S. tour, kicking off Sept. 18 in Austin, Texas, and wrapping Oct. 12 in Philadelphia.
Sergio George Leads Latin Grammy Nominees

Sergio George Leads Latin Grammy Nominees

With six nominations, Sergio George leads the pack for the fourth annual Latin Grammy Awards. Singer/songwriter Juanes and producer Gustavo Santaolalla follow with five nominations each for the event, to be broadcast live on CBS Sept. 3 from Miami's AmericanAirlines Arena.
Coldplay, Radiohead Top Mercury Prize Nominations

Coldplay, Radiohead Top Mercury Prize Nominations

Albums by Coldplay and Radiohead lead the shortlist of nominations for the U.K.'s Mercury Music Prize, to be handed out Sept. 9 in London. Coldplay's "A Rush of Blood to the Head" and Radiohead's "Hail to the Thief," both released by Parlophone, are the favorites to win the honor among U.K. oddsmakers.
P. Diddy Wants To Own NYC NBA Team

P. Diddy Wants To Own NYC NBA Team

Sean "P. Diddy" Combs wants to purchase the New York Knicks. The hip-hop/fashion mogul and devout fan of Gotham's National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise proclaimed his interest during an appearance this morning on Howard Stern's syndicated morning radio show.
Cake, Cheap Trick Deliver 'Unlimited Sunshine'

Cake, Cheap Trick Deliver 'Unlimited Sunshine'

Cake and Cheap Trick will headline the second annual Unlimited Sunshine tour, kicking off Sept. 2 in Atlanta. The 14-date North American trek will also feature Charlie Louvin of the Louvin Brothers, the Detroit Cobras and the Hackensaw Boys.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Jazz singer Marion Montgomery dies at her home in Bray, England, after a long battle with cancer. She is 67.

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