This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1999 - Robbie Williams loses his two-year court battle with Nigel Martin-Smith, the manager of his former band Take That.
Phish Announces Summer Tour, 'It' Event

Phish Announces Summer Tour, 'It' Event

Phish will cap its 21-date summer U.S. tour with It, a two-day event to be held Aug. 2-3 at Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine. The revered Vermont-based jam band previously held its Great Went and Lemonwheel festivals on the same site in 1997 and 1998, before crowds of more than 60,000 people.
R.E.M. Unwraps 'The Final Straw'

R.E.M. Unwraps 'The Final Straw'

Following the lead of the Beastie Boys, John Mellencamp, and DJ Shadow and Zack de la Rocha, R.E.M. has posted a new anti-war song on its official Web site.
AUDIO DOWNLOADS

AUDIO DOWNLOADS

Free music from (hed) Planet Earth, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz, Sonny Landreth, New Order, and more.
Kravitz, Armstrong Join Anti-War Chorus

Kravitz, Armstrong Join Anti-War Chorus

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and Lenny Kravitz have joined the ranks of musicians airing their anti-war sentiments in song. Each has made available a track for free download; an MP3 of Armstrong's "Life During Wartime" is available on GreenDay.com, while Kravitz' "We Want Peace" can be downloaded via the Rock the Vote Web site.
Fan Footage Revives Westerberg Tour DVD

Fan Footage Revives Westerberg Tour DVD

Footage provided by Paul Westerberg fans who videotaped shows on the ex-Replacements frontman's recent tour are providing the bulk of the material that will comprise "Come Feel Me Tremble," a Westerberg tour DVD...
Radiohead Says 'Hail To The Thief'

Radiohead Says 'Hail To The Thief'

Radiohead's sixth Capitol studio album will be titled "Hail to the Thief." The 14-track set, one of the most anticipated albums of the year, will arrive June 10 in North America and a day earlier in Europe. It will be preceded by the commercial single "There There," which will be released May 26.
Week Of March 24-30

Week Of March 24-30

Music related TV highlights for the week of March 24-30, 2003.

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