Beyoncé, R. Kelly Top Billboard Music Awards

Beyoncé, R. Kelly Top Billboard Music Awards

Beyoncé and R. Kelly were the big winners at the 14th annual Billboard Music Awards, held last night (Dec. 10) at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas and aired live on Fox. Each snared four trophies, while Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz, Shania Twain and 50 Cent each took home three awards. The event aired live on Fox.
Metallica, Godsmack To Tour In 2004

Metallica, Godsmack To Tour In 2004

Metallica and Godsmack are gearing up for a 2004 North American arena tour which could stretch as far as 80 dates, Billboard.com has learned.
Pearl Jam Mulling Studio, Label Decisions

Pearl Jam Mulling Studio, Label Decisions

As Pearl Jam moves ahead with self-releasing its first music since parting ways with longtime label Epic, guitarist Mike McCready says the band could return to the studio as early as April.
Elvis Sideman Moore Stable After Surgery

Elvis Sideman Moore Stable After Surgery

Legendary guitarist Scotty Moore was in serious but stable condition today (Dec. 12) following brain surgery, hospital officials in Nashville said.
Sonic Youth Plans DVD, Reissue, Experimental LP

Sonic Youth Plans DVD, Reissue, Experimental LP

Veteran rock act Sonic Youth is making plans for its first official DVD releases, as well as an expanded reissue of its 1990 Geffen album "Goo" and the next in the SYR series of experimental LPs.
Suge Knight Sued By Snoop Dogg's Mom

Suge Knight Sued By Snoop Dogg's Mom

Snoop Dogg's mother and rapper Daz Dillinger's wife have sued Marion "Suge" Knight for allegedly slandering them in a song he produced.
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Bobby Brown Charged With Battery

Bobby Brown Charged With Battery

Singer Bobby Brown was charged with battery yesterday (Dec. 10) in Atlanta, three days after he allegedly struck his wife, singer and actress Whitney Houston. Fulton County police spokesman Kurtis Young said Brown, 34, turned himself in. Brown and Houston left Fulton County Magistrate Court together after they and their attorneys met with police.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Electronica maven Moby (Richard Melville Hall) is assaulted following a show at Boston's Paradise Club. In posts on his website, Moby claims to have been attacked by three assailants with mace and beaten. In his website posts, Moby forgives the unknown attackers and asks them reply anonymously and tell him why they attacked him.

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