This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1998 - Gospel singer O'Landa Draper dies at Meharry General Hospital in Nashville following a brief episode of renal failure. He is 34.
Tunes On TV

Tunes On TV

Music-related TV listings for July 21-27, 2003.
HOT PRODUCT

HOT PRODUCT

Previewing new albums from Jane's Addiction, Mya, Bob Dylan, Kiss and more!
HEATSEEKERS

HEATSEEKERS

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This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1999 - In his speech at the 4th annual Plug.In music and technology conference, Public Enemy rapper Chuck D sings the praises of the coming digital download age.
Vandross Video Features Famous Friends, Fans

Vandross Video Features Famous Friends, Fans

With Luther Vandross still hospitalized as he recovers from a stroke suffered in April, a host of famous friends and fans recently joined together to star in a video for his latest single. The clip for "Dance With My Father," the title track of his recently released J Records album, features fellow musicians, actors and even sports stars.
Dial M for Monkey

Dial M for Monkey

The second album for Bonobo (Simon Green), besides being quite short at slightly more than 40 minutes, is a world-wise blend of lullabies.
The Truth About Men

The Truth About Men

In an environment where new traditional artists are often treated like they have discovered something, Tracy Byrd has been a country standard-bearer for more than a decade.
Country Music

Country Music

Though record sales and airplay have not always reflected it, Marty Stuart has released some of the most stylish and creative country albums of the past decade.
El Aballarde

El Aballarde

After a successful release in his native Puerto Rico, as well as critical acclaim, Tego Calderón's "El Aballarde" now makes its formal U.S.
Love Trap

Love Trap

Raman's debut album, "Salt Rain," was nominated for the U.K.'s coveted Mercury Music Prize.

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