Stars Perform At Mandela's AIDS Concert

Stars Perform At Mandela's AIDS Concert

Bono, the Corrs, Beyoncé and other international stars answered Nelson Mandela's call to help fight the scourge of AIDS today (Nov. 29), putting on a musical extravaganza broadcast across the world on the Internet. Mandela, 85, one of the world's leading AIDS campaigners, joined 40,000 fans of all races who packed into a stadium in South Africa's tourist mecca Cape Town under a cloudless sky for the fund-raising concert.
Four Flicks

Four Flicks

Chronicling the Rolling Stones' hugely ambitious Forty Licks world tour, which saw the band showcasing different productions respectively for stadiums, arenas and theaters, "Four Flicks" rocks mightily.
My World

My World

With just one album to her name (the multi-platinum "Let Go"), Avril Lavigne's first DVD is a comprehensive look at her (young) career.
Greatest

Greatest

Designed as a companion piece to Duran Duran's authoritative "Greatest" hits CD, released in 1998, this same-named two-DVD set includes the videos for all 19 songs featured on the album, plus loads of bonus features.
The Black Album

The Black Album

After nine albums and 10 years in the game, one of the industry's most consistent MCs has decided to stop recording.
In the Zone

In the Zone

Ms. Spears has been causing quite a commotion in the media of late.
'Stand Up' Ends 'Baby Boy' Reign

'Stand Up' Ends 'Baby Boy' Reign

"Baby Boy" from Beyoncé and Sean Paul surrenders the No. 1 post on Billboard's Hot 100 to "Stand Up" from Ludacris and Shawnna. "Stand Up" had been relegated to the No. 2 slot for much of the nine weeks that "Baby" reigned, but makes its move up thanks to a sharp decrease in the latter track's airplay.
CHART BEAT

CHART BEAT

Fred Bronson's report includes Michael Jackson, Pet Shop Boys, the top songs of the year and more.
CHART BEAT CHAT

CHART BEAT CHAT

Fred Bronson discusses Michael Jackson, the Pet Shop Boys, Jennifer Paige and year-end No. 1s with readers.
Jars Of Clay Looks To Musical Origins

Jars Of Clay Looks To Musical Origins

After a decade that includes a career-defining, self-titled debut in 1995, three Grammy Awards and more than 5 million albums sold, Jars of Clay has earned the right to explore new territory and to venture a little off the beaten path.
CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

Fred Bronson reports on the latest chart feats of Cyndi Lauper, R. Kelly and Clay Aiken.
Meat Loaf To Resume Tour

Meat Loaf To Resume Tour

Meat Loaf, who underwent heart surgery after collapsing onstage in London last week, said today (Nov. 28) that doctors have cleared him to resume his stalled European tour. But the singer, renowned for his theatrical, sweat-soaked shows, said the health scare has shaken his confidence.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Singer/guitarist Dave "Snaker" Ray dies of lung cancer at this Minneapolis home. He is 59.

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