Ask Billboard

Ask Billboard

Keith Caulfield answers readers' questions about Twelve Girls Band, Janet Jackson and Madonna.
BREAKING & ENTERING

BREAKING & ENTERING

A look at acts breaking at radio and retail and entering Billboard charts.
Ondrasik's Caretaker Arrested In Stabbing

Ondrasik's Caretaker Arrested In Stabbing

The wife of a man stabbed more than a dozen times at the home of Five For Fighting's John Ondrasik has been arrested along with her boyfriend in connection with the attack.
Travis Plots CD, DVD Bonanza

Travis Plots CD, DVD Bonanza

U.K. rock act Travis has set a Nov. 1 international release date for the retrospective "Travis: Singles" and an as-yet-unnamed DVD.
Tankian, Morello Assemble 'Axis' Compilation

Tankian, Morello Assemble 'Axis' Compilation

The July 17 concert at Hollywood's Avalon, spearheaded by System Of A Down's Serj Tankian and Audioslave's Tom Morello as part of their non-profit Axis of Justice political organization, will be released on CD and DVD Nov. 2 via Columbia. Guests include Maynard James Keenan, Pete Yorn, Flea and Jurassic 5, among others.
DMB Pledges Cooperation In Dumping Dispute

DMB Pledges Cooperation In Dumping Dispute

Dave Matthews Band has pledged to fully cooperate with Chicago police investigating whether one of the group's tour buses dumped the contents of its septic tank into the Chicago River earlier this month.
Top Acts To Rock Gravity Games

Top Acts To Rock Gravity Games

The Donnas, Sum 41, Fabolous and Fat Joe with Terror Squad will perform as part of extreme sports haven the Gravity Games, to be held Sept. 15-19 at Cleveland's North Coast Harbor.
Interpol, Secret Machines Plan Tour

Interpol, Secret Machines Plan Tour

New York rock act Interpol will kick off a North American tour Oct. 11 in Boston with Secret Machines, On Air Library! and an additional band to be announced.
Pixies Prevail In Slow Touring Season

Pixies Prevail In Slow Touring Season

Britney Spears, Lenny Kravitz and Christina Aguilera have scrapped tours. Lollapalooza crashed and burned. The U.S. touring market has been in dire straits all summer. But a savior showed up in the very unlikely form of a band that hasn't hit the road or released a new studio album since 1992: the Pixies.
Karmadownload.com, Mixmatcher

Karmadownload.com, Mixmatcher

The Tangled Web, a weekly column featuring interesting music-related online destinations. This week: Karmadownload.com, Mixmatcher.
THE TANGLED WEB

THE TANGLED WEB

Destinations: Karmadownload.com, Mixmatcher

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