Kelly Osbourne Living It Up On The Road

Kelly Osbourne Living It Up On The Road

Kelly Osbourne has no problem touring, considering the millions of miles she's logged following her heavy metal father Ozzy around the world. But this time out, things are different for the 18-year-old singer, who is in the midst of her first ever club tour as a recording artist in support of her Epic debut, "Shut Up."
Lollapalooza To Kick Off July 3

Lollapalooza To Kick Off July 3

The revived Lollapalooza festival will kick off a run of 33 North American dates July 3 in Grand Rapids, Mich. The tour will hit mostly outdoor amphitheaters as well as unconventional venues in New York (Randall's Island) and at the Aug. 30 finale in Syracuse, N.Y. (Vernon Down's Raceway). This year's edition will feature Jane's Addiction, Queens Of The Stone Age, Audioslave, Incubus, Jurassic 5, and the Donnas on the mainstage.
Blige, Diddy Team Up For 'Love And Life'

Blige, Diddy Team Up For 'Love And Life'

Mary J. Blige is reteaming with Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, who will executive producer her upcoming MCA album, "Love and Life." This is the first time the two have worked together since Blige's 1994 album "My Life," which hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Dr. Dre is also lending his talents to a handful of tracks.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Liza Minnelli takes her fourth trip down the aisle when she marries her producer boyfriend David Gest.
New Lovett Album Due In September

New Lovett Album Due In September

Revered singer/songwriter Lyle Lovett will have a new MCA studio album out in September. Speaking yesterday (March 15) with Texas Monthly editor Evan Smith during a panel at the South By Southwest (SXSW) music conference in Austin, Texas, Lovett indicated that he and his band have finished recording the bulk of the as-yet-untitled set, with only some overdubs and the mixing process still ahead.
The Essential Clash

The Essential Clash

For the Clash's devoted, the past few weeks have been like Christmas: U.K.
The Coral

The Coral

This whey-faced sextet (the eldest is 21) from Northern England notched immediate attention when its self-titled debut scored a 2002 Mercury Music Prize nomination.
La Bella Mafia

La Bella Mafia

Like a prize fighter coming into her own, Lil' Kim finally realizes her true potential on her third Atlantic effort.
Sing the Sorrow

Sing the Sorrow

Listening to the first minute of AFI's major-label debut, Sing the Sorrow, it's easy to imagine a terribly ominous and brooding horizon.
The Music

The Music

The self-titled bow from British buzz-band of the moment, the Music, is a work of adrenalized neo-psychedelia that mixes influences ranging from Oasis to the Happy Mondays and Led Zeppelin.
Written in the Stars

Written in the Stars

There's nothing revelatory in Tom Michael's interpretation of familiar music nor anything extraordinary in his song selections.
The Power to Believe

The Power to Believe

Entering its 35th year, venerable is a word you might apply to King Crimson.

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