Emmylou Harris continues to mine the sedate, enticing vibe that animated her last two studio albums, "Wrecking Ball" and "Red Dirt Girl." Malcolm Burn, who produced the latter set, again lends his light sonic touch to the proceedings.
Hoping to capitalize further on the summer success of Led Zeppelin's "How the West Was Won" CD and the accompanying DVD "Led Zeppelin," Atlantic Records is releasing "Sixty Six to Timbuktu," a two-CD solo collection from Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant.
It is not easy growing up in the shadow of a more famous sibling, but Dannii Minogue is doing just fine. Released earlier this year, her fourth international album, "Neon Nights," has been certified gold in several territories, including the U.K. and her homeland, Australia.
2001 - Keith Urban goes home to Australia to accept a special Aria Award _ roughly the equivalent to a Grammy in the U.S. Urban receives the Outstanding Achievement Award in recognition of sales and chart success in the U.S.
Musician-actress Courtney Love was hospitalized for a possible drug overdose following her arrest after allegedly breaking windows at a friend's house, the Los Angeles Times reported today (Oct. 3), citing police sources.
With Vin Diesel stepping aside, Ice Cube has landed the starring role in the "XXX" sequel. Director Rob Cohen has also opted out of the sequel to the 2002 action film about an extreme athlete-turned-secret agent, and will be replaced by "Die Another Day" helmer Lee Tamahori.