Sundance To Broadcast Vote For Change Finale

Sundance To Broadcast Vote For Change Finale

Sundance Channel will broadcast the Oct. 11 finale of the Vote for Change tour in Washington, D.C. Along with live concert footage of Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and R.E.M., "National Anthem: Inside the 'Vote for Change' Concert Tour" will feature pre-taped behind-the-scenes segments lensed by veteran filmmakers Albert Maysles and D A Pennebaker.
Opry Star Roy Drusky Dies

Opry Star Roy Drusky Dies

Grand Ole Opry star Roy Drusky died yesterday (Sept. 23) following a lengthy illness.
Keane In No Hurry To Make Sophomore Album

Keane In No Hurry To Make Sophomore Album

U.K. rock act Keane is enjoying breakthrough success at home and abroad with its recent Polydor/Interscope debut, "Hopes and Fears." And while demand is already high for new material, pianist Tim Rice-Oxley tells Billboard.com it's becoming difficult to find free time to work on burgeoning musical ideas.
McDonald Goes Back To Motown

McDonald Goes Back To Motown

Vocalist Michael McDonald will on Oct. 26 release "Motown 2," his second album of tracks made famous by stars of the Motown label.
Sinead O'Connor Pleads For Privacy

Sinead O'Connor Pleads For Privacy

Sinead O'Connor asked the media to leave her alone by taking out a full-page ad in today's (Sept. 28) edition of the Irish Examiner.
'Easy' Money: Lachey Set For Heist Pic

'Easy' Money: Lachey Set For Heist Pic

After testing his acting chops on the WB Network's "Charmed," Nick Lachey is making the move to the big screen, signing on for a role in the indie film "The Hard Easy."
Malkmus Takes No Prisoners On Third CD

Malkmus Takes No Prisoners On Third CD

Former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus is putting the finishing touches on his third solo album, which he tells Billboard.com will likely be released in April or May by Matador.
CHART BEAT CHAT

CHART BEAT CHAT

Fred Bronson discusses Martha Reeves, Alicia Keys and more with readers.
Ciara Keeps 'Goodies' Perched On Top

Ciara Keeps 'Goodies' Perched On Top

Ciara is holding court on top of Billboard's Hot 100, where she leads a quartet of acts that haven't budged in a month or more. The artist's "Goodies" featuring Petey Pablo is No. 1 on the singles tally for the fourth week in a row. In the same time frame, Terror Squad's "Lean Back" and Lil' Flip's "Sunshine" have held steadfast at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

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