DJ Tiësto Plans Extravagant U.S. Events

DJ Tiësto Plans Extravagant U.S. Events

Although his stops will be few, internationally renowned Dutch DJ Tiësto will strive to make a substantial impact with a four-date U.S. tour.
Michael Jackson Found Not Guilty On All Counts

Michael Jackson Found Not Guilty On All Counts

Pop superstar Michael Jackson was found not guilty on all counts of his child molestation trial today (June 13) in Santa Maria, Calif. Jackson, 46, had been charged with molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor in 2003, serving him wine and conspiring to hold the boy and his family hostage at his Neverland estate in order to get them to rebut a television documentary.
TunesOnTV

TunesOnTV

Music-related TV listings for June 13-19, 2005.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Georgia honors native son Travis Tritt by renaming a three-mile section of Highway 92 "Travis Tritt Highway." The ceremony takes place in Hiram , Ga., just outside Atlanta.
Autopsy Awaited In Bonnaroo Fan Death

Autopsy Awaited In Bonnaroo Fan Death

Authorities are still awaiting the autopsy results of a man who died at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn., but witnesses said he seemed to suffer from a medical disorder called sleep apnea.
LIVE REVIEW

LIVE REVIEW

Bonnaroo Festival (Day One), Manchester, Tenn.
Fans Flock To Fourth Bonnaroo

Fans Flock To Fourth Bonnaroo

The fourth annual Bonnaroo music festival took place in Manchester, Tenn., over the weekend (June 10-12), drawing a crowd of approximately 80,000, according to the event's promoters. Headliners included such jam band scene stalwarts as Dave Matthews Band, the Allman Brothers Band and Widespread Panic.
Pink Floyd Reuniting For Live 8 Concert

Pink Floyd Reuniting For Live 8 Concert

Pink Floyd's classic lineup of Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Rick Wright will perform for the first time in more than 20 years at the London Live 8 concert.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - Busta Rhymes rides atop his own float in the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York. "I'm here to thoroughly represent the entire spectrum of the urban community," Rhymes says.
Mould Ready To Rock On Fall Tour

Mould Ready To Rock On Fall Tour

After the tour in support of his 1998 solo album, "The Last Dog and Pony Show," Bob Mould was prepared to never hit the road with a full band again. But the former Husker Du/Sugar leader will return to full rock glory during the fall tour in support of his upcoming album, "Body of Song," due July 26 via Yep Roc. The trek will begin Sept. 4 in Dublin.

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