Engineer Sues Over Charles' 'Genius' Grammy

Engineer Sues Over Charles' 'Genius' Grammy

In a lawsuit filed on Monday, Mark Fleming sued record label Concord Music Group and Ray Charles Enterprises, which administers the late singer's business interests, alleging breach of oral contract and negligent misrepresentation.
New Album, Live Releases On moe.'s Agenda

New Album, Live Releases On moe.'s Agenda

Two years after the release of its last original set, "Wormwood," veteran jam band moe. is planning a return to the studio. "We have a lot of songs ready," drummer Vinnie Amico tells Billboard.com. Also in the works is the next installment in the act's ongoing live series plus a concert DVD to be taped in April in Denver.
Los Lonely Boys Ready Live Disc, Shows

Los Lonely Boys Ready Live Disc, Shows

New fans won over by Los Lonely Boys' performance during Sunday's Grammy Awards can get a further taste via the upcoming release of "Live at the Fillmore."
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2003 - Local star Herbert Gronemeyer is the big winner at Germany's Echo Awards in Berlin. He wins for national rock/pop artist, and his hit "Mensch" lands the award for national rock/pop single.
Jackson Hospitalized En Route To Court

Jackson Hospitalized En Route To Court

Michael Jackson was taken to a Santa Maria, Calif. hospital with the flu this morning (Feb. 15), delaying jury selection for a week in the singer's child molestation trial. Judge Rodney Melville told prospective jurors that Jackson had the flu and that jury selection would resume Feb. 22.
Brazilian Girls Hit The Road

Brazilian Girls Hit The Road

Already a staple on New York's live music scene, Brazilian Girls are taking their sexy, globe-trotting act on tour.
Soul-Patrol.net, AllHipHop.com, BlueBeat.com

Soul-Patrol.net, AllHipHop.com, BlueBeat.com

Tangled Web: A weekly column featuring intriguing online music-related issues & destinations. This Week: Soul-Patrol.net, AllHipHop.com and BlueBeat.com.
THE TANGLED WEB

THE TANGLED WEB

Destinations: Soul-Patrol, AllHipHop & More
Basement Jaxx Seeking U.S. Label

Basement Jaxx Seeking U.S. Label

Basement Jaxx -- who picked up their first Grammy Award Sunday night for best electronic/dance album for "Kish Kash" (XL Recordings/Astralwerks) -- are now without a U.S. label.
Random House Sues P. Diddy Over Advance

Random House Sues P. Diddy Over Advance

Random House Inc. is suing Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, alleging that the hip-hop mogul did not pay back a $300,000 advance for a memoir he never completed.
La Toya Starts Over In May

La Toya Starts Over In May

Jackson's return to the spotlight began last summer with the release of "Just Wanna Dance" under the pseudonym Toy.

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