CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

Fred Bronson reports on the latest the latest chart activities of Jennifer Lopez, the Atco label and No. 1s on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 list.
CHART BEAT CHAT

CHART BEAT CHAT

Fred Bronson discusses title/chart move coincidences, Elvis Presley's return to No. 1 in the United Kingdom and No. 1 country singles.
Jefferson Airplane Drummer Dryden Dies

Jefferson Airplane Drummer Dryden Dies

Spencer Dryden, drummer for the San Francisco rock band the Jefferson Airplane, died of cancer Tuesday in Petaluma, Calif. He was 66.
Vintage Dylan Tape Donated To Library

Vintage Dylan Tape Donated To Library

A previously uncirculated tape of a pre-fame Bob Dylan performing folk songs in a Minneapolis apartment has been donated to the Minnesota Historical Society Library.
Report: Jackson Transcripts Graphic

Report: Jackson Transcripts Graphic

Michael Jackson's accuser told a grand jury that the pop star closed his eyes tightly while molesting him on a bed, according to an ABC News report that quotes from transcripts of the testimony. The boy described Jackson's alleged crimes in graphic detail, according to the network, which said its "Primetime Live" program reviewed more than 1,900 pages of testimony.
Yoakam Prepping New Album, Tour

Yoakam Prepping New Album, Tour

Dwight Yoakam will release a new, as-yet untitled studio album for New West this year, with a tour to follow.
Bread's Jimmy Griffin Dies

Bread's Jimmy Griffin Dies

Singer/songwriter Jimmy Griffin, best known for his work with 1970s soft rock act Bread, died Tuesday (Jan. 11) at his home near Nashville of complications from cancer.
Parks' Dementia Factoring In OutKast Suit

Parks' Dementia Factoring In OutKast Suit

Civil rights figure Rosa Parks has had dementia since at least 2002, according to medical records released as part of a legal fight over an OutKast song titled with her name.
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