This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - Aaron Tippin and his wife, Thea, become parents again when their second child, Thomas Aaron Tippin is born at the Baptist Women's Pavilion in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Thomas weighs seven pounds, four ounces and measures 20 inches long.
HOT PRODUCT

HOT PRODUCT

Previewing new albums from Alicia Keys, Trace Adkins, Elephant Man and more.
Collins Plans 'First Farewell' Trek

Collins Plans 'First Farewell' Trek

Phil Collins will kick off his First Final Farewell Tour in June 2004. Whether the run will actually be the last for the former Genesis member or its moniker is a tongue-in-cheek comment similar to the Eagles' Farewell 1 outing earlier this year, is unknown. According to an itinerary on Collins' official Web site, dates get underway June 6 in Munich.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Oasis is forced to postpone its remaining two German tour dates when frontman Liam Gallagher sustains injuries to his mouth and teeth in a Munich hotel brawl.
I Can't Stop

I Can't Stop

Following a string of classic bedroom-luring hits ("Let's Stay Together," "I'm Still in Love With You"), Al Green opted to convert souls from a church pulpit.
So I Begin

So I Begin

French duo Galleon—singer/songwriter Gilles Luka and keyboardist Philippe Laurent—has enjoyed massive European success with the title track of its debut album.
Closer

Closer

After 10 years, Richie Hawtin manages to satisfy his core audience and still keep people guessing about the direction of his Plastikman moniker.
I'm One of You

I'm One of You

Hank Jr.'s follow-up to 2002's critically acclaimed, mostly acoustic set "Almeria Club" finds Bocephus in full-tilt Southern boogie mode.

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