Attendees of a July concert by Limp Bizkit in Cicero, Ill., have filed a class-action breach-of-contract suit against frontman Fred Durst and the band's corporate entity, Limp Bizness, claiming they were cheated out of concert-ticket value when the band ended its July 26 performance after only 17 minutes.
Former Quicksand bassist Sergio Vega, former model Sibyl Buck and former Chamberlain/Split Lip drummer Charlie Walker have teamed up in Champions Of Sound. The New York group, rounded out by keyboardist Lindsay Jones, is selling a four-song EP via its official Web site and is in talks with labels for the release of its debut album.
Three days after a Princeton graduate student posted a paper on his Web site detailing how to defeat the copy-protection software on a new CD by pressing a single computer key, the maker of the software said it would sue him.
English-bred Warner Bros. recording artist Seal has set a handful of U.S. tour dates for the remainder of 2003 in support of his latest effort, "Seal IV," which is No. 25 this week in its fourth week on The Billboard 200.
2001 - U2 kicks off the third leg of its Elevation tour in South Bend, Ind., and invites the world to join them for free. The show is Webcast via RealNetworks and European Internet communications company Tiscali and is available to U.S. residents through the band's Web site U2.com.
Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow and Hank Williams Jr. are among those confirmed to take part in a memorial musical tribute to Johnny Cash. The event will be held Nov. 10 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. Cash died Sept. 12 from complications related to diabetes.