Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock, Ricky Martin, OutKast, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken have been added to the performance lineup for the 31st annual American Music Awards. They will join previously confirmed performers Ashanti, Hilary Duff, Alan Jackson, Metallica and Britney Spears.
Bob Dylan joins Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band for the final show of their tour, Wallflowers keyboardist plans to distribute humanitarian aid in Nepal and Jessica Simpson and Wayne Newton will entertain at the annual USO gala in Washington, D.C.
The Supreme Court today (Oct. 6) refused to hear an appeal from a founding member of the Beach Boys, who fought a court order preventing him from using the famous name in his touring band. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco barred guitarist Alan Jardine from using the Beach Boys name in a Jan. 28 ruling.
Ja Rule, Fabolous. Nelly and Murphy Lee are among the acts confirmed to perform during the 2003 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards. Set for Oct. 13 at Florida's Miami Arena, the ceremony will also feature entertainment by Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, Youngbloodz, Cam'Ron & the Diplomats, Wyclef and Trina.
2000 - Three investors in Steven Seagal's as-yet-unreleased album sue the actor, alleging that he has no intention of completing the project. Michael Vanderhoof, Michael Khaled, and Donald Danks claim they put a total of $600,000 into the recording of the album and the making of an accompanying documentary film.
Tears For Fears principals Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith have reunited and inked a deal with Arista Records, which will release the duo's first album together since 1989 early next year. The pair performed together for the first time in over a decade Saturday (Oct. 4) at Andre Agassi's "Grand Slam for Children" benefit in Las Vegas.