Garbage Prepares To 'Bleed'

Garbage Prepares To 'Bleed'

Rock act Garbage will release its first album in more than three years, "Bleed Like Me," April 12 in North America via Geffen and a day earlier internationally via Warner Bros.
Sixth Oasis Album Due In May

Sixth Oasis Album Due In May

In an interview this morning (Jan. 7) with BBC Radio 1's Jo Whiley, Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher revealed that May 16 will be the international release date of the band's sixth studio set.
Modern Rockers Crowd 'Summerland' CD

Modern Rockers Crowd 'Summerland' CD

New Found Glory, Bowling For Soup and the All-American Rejects are among the acts featured on the soundtrack to the WB drama "Summerland," Billboard.com has learned.
Milian 'Cool' As Film, Soundtrack Star

Milian 'Cool' As Film, Soundtrack Star

Along with playing the lead in the forthcoming feature "Be Cool," Christina Milian contributes two new songs to the film's soundtrack, due March 1 via TVT.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1999 - French Jazz piano virtuoso Michel Petrucciani dies in New York following a brief respiratory illness. He is 36. Petrucciani was the first French artist signed to EMI's Blue Note imprint, for which he released several albums from 1986-1994.
Charlatans Sign With Sanctuary

Charlatans Sign With Sanctuary

The Charlatans have returned to the independent label fold through a newly signed worldwide recording deal with Sanctuary Records Group.
Mario 'Loves' His Stay At No. 1

Mario 'Loves' His Stay At No. 1

The Billboard Hot 100 spotlight hasn't faded for R&B lothario Mario, as his single "Let Me Love You" spends a third week at No. 1 on the chart.
Owner Of Studio Used By Eminem Slain

Owner Of Studio Used By Eminem Slain

The owner of the Detroit studio where hip-hop star Eminem recorded his multimillion-selling 1999 debut album, "The Slim Shady LP," was found shot to death Tuesday inside the facility, police said.
James Brown Sued Over Alleged 1988 Rape

James Brown Sued Over Alleged 1988 Rape

A Chicago woman has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that James Brown is to blame for her suffering from Graves' disease because he raped her at gunpoint in South Carolina in 1988.
Andre 3000, Tyrese Feeling Brotherly

Andre 3000, Tyrese Feeling Brotherly

OutKast's Andre 3000 and fellow artist Tyrese have signed on to star in Mark Wahlberg's next film, which was formerly known as "Four Brothers" but is currently untitled.

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