Week Of March 24-30

Week Of March 24-30

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

This Day in Music

2002 - ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill and his girlfriend for the past decade, actress Charleen "Chuck" McCrory, finally tie the knot. The pair exchanges vows at Tony's Ballroom in Houston before 200 guests.
Flying Funk

Flying Funk

Bluebird and RCA Victor dig deep into the vaults of the landmark Flying Dutchman label to issue this perfect introduction to the jazz-funk-soul hybrid heyday.
Hootie & the Blowfish

Hootie & the Blowfish

With the release of their first set of fresh material in four years, it would not be unreasonable to hope that Hootie & the Blowfish would burst onto the scene with a good amount of pent-up creativity.
Everything Will Never Be OK

Everything Will Never Be OK

As rock albums go, Everything Will Never Be OK has it all: great songs, insistent melodies, ace playing.
Evolve

Evolve

On Evolve, her last album with her band before returning to solo life, Ani DiFranco indeed takes her evolution a step further, with a typical disregard for expectations or flavors of the month.
Pursuit of Happiness

Pursuit of Happiness

Nottingham, England-based singer Rachel Foster is U.K. act Weekend Players.
Chinatown

Chinatown

Canadian trio the Be Good Tanyas—Frazey Ford, Samantha Parton, and Trish Kelin—combine acoustic instrumentation, other-worldly harmonies, and impressive songwriting to create a sound uniquely their own.
A Little Deeper

A Little Deeper

In the wake of 50 Cent, Interscope hopes to mine the same mainstream vein with another underground act—courtesy of North London.
Dust

Dust

Lawrence Muggerud, the artist better-known as DJ Muggs (or Muggs for short), staked a considerable reputation as the creator of Cypress Hill's powerhouse funky sound.
Antenna

Antenna

Cave In's weird blend of progressive rock, hardcore, and metal has made it something of an underground sensation in recent years.
Thalía's Hits Remixed

Thalía's Hits Remixed

Remix packages like this one can be hit or miss. Fortunately, Thalía's Hits Remixed falls into the former category.

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