'Idol' Finalist Locke Signs With Curb

'Idol' Finalist Locke Signs With Curb

Kimberley Locke, who finished in third place behind Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken on the second season of "American Idol," has been signed to Curb Records.
Series Gears Classical To Infant 'Playful Minds'

Series Gears Classical To Infant 'Playful Minds'

The children's music arena has been awash with classical recordings aimed at parents of newborns since a much-publicized late 1990s book "The Mozart Effect" claimed that infants' intelligence could be increased through repeated exposure to classical music.
Sincero

Sincero

It is hard to be a heartthrob for more than a minute.
Love & Life

Love & Life

On her now-classic 1994 album "My Life," Mary J. Blige sang the following words: "All I really want is to be happy.
Simple Things

Simple Things

Three years in the making, Amy Grant's 17th album resonates with the musical, emotional and spiritual depth that has marked her career.
The Wind

The Wind

Warren Zevon is dying of cancer, and everyone knows it.
Unstable

Unstable

Adema's self-titled debut went gold, thanks to the modern rock track "The Way You Like It" and the band's main-stage gig at the 2001-2002 Ozzfest.
truANT

truANT

Following a ridiculously catchy cover of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" would be tricky for any act.
Go

Go

Multimillion-selling Pat Benatar has certainly influenced many of today's kids.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Atari Teenage Riot co-founder Carl Crack dies at the age of 30. The cause of death is not announced, though Crack is understood to have undergone treatment for psychiatric problems in the past.
Revive

Revive

Paul McCartney is not known for handing out accolades, so when he says that British band Steadman has "the ability to deliver," it should not be taken lightly.
Trap Muzik

Trap Muzik

While most Southern MCs are all about making the party crunk, Atlanta native T.I. has a different agenda with his Grand Hustle/ Atlantic debut.

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