Peter, Paul & Mary 'Carry' Out New Box Set

Peter, Paul & Mary 'Carry' Out New Box Set

Rhino Records will celebrate the career of legendary folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary Nov. 11 with two new releases -- a four-disc box set including previously unreleased tracks and an all-new studio album, the band's first in eight years.
Wyclef Rallies For Immigrant Rights

Wyclef Rallies For Immigrant Rights

Wyclef Jean is slated to appear at a rally for immigrant workers rights Saturday (Oct. 4) in Flushing Meadows Park in Queens, New York. The former Fugees member's set is part of an event celebrating the end of a cross-country bus trip made by more than 900 self-proclaimed "freedom riders."
Jackson's 'Number Ones' Compiled For CD, DVD

Jackson's 'Number Ones' Compiled For CD, DVD

Michael Jackson's biggest hits have been collected for Epic's Nov. 18 release of "Number Ones," an 18-track CD or 15-track DVD, Billboard.com has learned. The album will include a brand new single, "One More Chance," reportedly penned by R. Kelly. An hour-long CBS special is in the works for around Thanksgiving.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - At the 2002 Jammy Awards, Trey Anastasio picks up two awards, his band Phish wins one.
'Baby Boy' Holds Down Singles Chart Lead

'Baby Boy' Holds Down Singles Chart Lead

"Baby Boy" from Beyonce and Sean Paul maintains its grip on Billboard's Hot 100 for a second-straight week. The cut also leads Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart for the third week in a row, and tops the Rhythmic Top 40 Chart, published by Billboard sister publication Airplay Monitor, for the third-straight week.
Motley Crue's Sixx Sues Over Shoe Ad

Motley Crue's Sixx Sues Over Shoe Ad

Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx sued a skateboarding magazine and the Vans shoe company for allegedly using his image in an ad without his permission.
The Offspring Taps New Drummer

The Offspring Taps New Drummer

California punk act the Offspring has named former Rocket From The Crypt stickman Atom Willard as the drummer for its upcoming fall tour, with dates to be announced.
Best Buy Gets Exclusive On Stones DVD

Best Buy Gets Exclusive On Stones DVD

The Rolling Stones have struck an exclusive deal with Minneapolis-based retailer Best Buy to carry the band's new "Four Flicks" DVD set, containing more than 50 songs and previously unreleased footage. The four-DVD set, which will be released Nov. 11 on TGA Entertainment, will sell at a retail price of $29.99. It sports three complete concerts from the Stones' Licks world tour.
Artists Set For L.A. 'Divas' Benefit

Artists Set For L.A. 'Divas' Benefit

Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, "American Idol" finalist Trenyce, disco-era hitmaker Linda Clifford, singer/actress Jenifer Lewis and actresses Loretta Devine and Victoria Rowell will headline the bill for the 13th annual "Divas: Simply Singing!" benefit concert Oct. 25 at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.
Diddy-Guided Da Band Faces Make-Or-Break

Diddy-Guided Da Band Faces Make-Or-Break

When MTV televised the Sept. 10 finale of "Making the Band 2," it was a ratings smash, pulling in a 2.1 rating (which equals 3 million viewers), according to Nielsen Media Research.
Philadelphia Plans R&B Hall Of Fame

Philadelphia Plans R&B Hall Of Fame

Music mogul and Grammy-winning songwriter Kenneth Gamble has assembled a team to develop a proposal for a museum devoted to rhythm & blues music in Philadelphia.
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