Red Letter Days

Red Letter Days

The beauty of the Wallflowers is that they function far beyond time. They don't bend or yield to trends.
Shaman

Shaman

For most artists, following up a multi-Grammy Award-winning album like 1999's Supernatural would have been a creative nightmare.
From the Inside

From the Inside

Italian superstar Laura Pausini has flirted with American audiences via a few soundtrack appearances but approaches a full-blown love affair on From the Inside, her glittering English-language debut on Atlantic.
Scarlet's Walk

Scarlet's Walk

Tori Amos engages in a physical, spiritual, and emotional quest on Scarlet's Walk, a sonic novel of songs that weave one intricate story and stand on their own as individual tales.
The Rodeo Eroded

The Rodeo Eroded

Following two critically lauded albums for Angel/EMI, the Tin Hat Trio shifts to the Atlantic-distributed Ropedope imprint for the venturesome instrumental group's most engaging, impressive album yet.
Still Ghetto

Still Ghetto

It's a more introspective Jaheim who greets listeners on this sophomore follow-up to his 2001 platinum debut Ghetto Love.
American Gypsy

American Gypsy

Tony Furtado first gained notice as a banjo-picking bluegrasser, but it's been a while since he was that easy to categorize as a musician/songwriter.
American IV: The Man Comes Around

American IV: The Man Comes Around

The fourth installation in a remarkably inspired and prolific collaboration between Johnny Cash and Rick Rubin, marked by stunning performances and ambitious song selection, finds the legendary artist in a reflective but nonetheless fearless mode—just how we like him.
Teamsters Dispute Resolved For Stones Concerts

Teamsters Dispute Resolved For Stones Concerts

A threat by the Teamsters to shut down this weekend's Rolling Stones concerts in San Francisco was averted when a major promoter gave the union part of the action. Bill Graham Presents announced the deal with Teamsters Local 85 Wednesday after the union picketed in front of Pac Bell Park, where the Stones will play tonight (Nov. 8) and tomorrow.
U2 Eyeing Return To The Studio

U2 Eyeing Return To The Studio

U2's new single, "Electrical Storm," will probably prove a "connecting point to our next record," guitarist the Edge tells Billboard.com. Of the track, one of two new songs on the just-released "The Best of 1990-2000," he adds, "I really think that in terms of arrangement, it's really back to guitar, bass, and drums -- the primary colors of rock'n'roll. I think that's where we're gonna take the next album."
Ween 'Just About Done' With New Album

Ween 'Just About Done' With New Album

Beloved rock duo Ween is "just about done" with its next studio album, guitarist Mickey "Dean Ween" Melchiondo tells Billboard.com. "That doesn't mean it's going to come out for awhile," he cautions. "We didn't want to take any money from a label right now and have to deal with their involvement throughout the recording process."
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Hip-hop rockers Limp Bizkit and cartoon indie-beat band Gorillaz are the big winners at the eighth annual MTV Europe Music Awards. Limp Bizkit lands a one-two punch, winning in the group and album categories for their ""Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water.""
CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

Fred Bronson reports on the latest accomplishments by Eminem, Tori Amos, and Nirvana.

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