Keith Urban and Gretchen Wilson were the big winners at last night's (May 17) Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. Wilson was the surprise winner in the female vocalist of the year category, and also won the award for top new artist. Urban was named top male vocalist and his album, "Be Here" (Capitol Nashville), won for album of the year.
As tipped here last fall, Incubus has penned three new songs for the "Stealth" soundtrack, due July 12 via Epic. "Make a Move" will serve as a radio single and also appears in the film's trailer, while "Neither of Us Can See" features the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde. "Stealth," which stars Jamie Foxx, Jessica Biel and Josh Lucas, arrives July 29 in U.S. theaters.
A young cousin of Michael Jackson testified at the pop star's child molestation trial today (May 18) that he saw Jackson's accuser and the boy's brother fondle themselves in a guest cottage at the singer's Neverland ranch.
Dave Matthews Band earns its fourth No. 1 on The Billboard 200 as the DualDisc release of "Stand Up" (RCA) bows way ahead of the competition with sales of 465,000 U.S. copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Following a chart-topping entrance last week, Nine Inch Nails' "With Teeth" (Nothing/Interscope) falls 1-5 with a 67% drop to 89,000 copies.