Anastasio Warms Up For Phish With Fall Trek

Anastasio Warms Up For Phish With Fall Trek

Phish is preparing to swim again, but not before frontman Trey Anastasio takes his solo band out for one last spin. The group has set a nine-date East Coast run, beginning with an Oct. 22 benefit in Anastasio's Burlington, Vt., hometown. A portion of the proceeds from that show will be donated to Burlington City Arts, which works to "sustain and enhance" cultural life in the area.
Crue's Vince Neil Returning To Club

Crue's Vince Neil Returning To Club

Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil will return to a Steamboat Springs, Colo., nightclub to make up for walking off stage last week during a solo show, according to his manager, Burt Stein. Neil walked out on the Aug. 14 show at the Levelz nightclub in the resort town after someone threw something on stage.
The Who To Offer Live Bootlegs

The Who To Offer Live Bootlegs

The Who will later this week unveil The Who 2002 Encore Series of soundboard-sourced, authorized bootlegs of shows from its current North American tour. Via guitarist Pete Townshend's Eel Pie commerce site and new online site TheMusic.com, the double-disc sets will be available "within three weeks" of the given show. All proceeds will benefit "young peoples' charities supported by the Who," according to a statement.
35TunesOnTV

35TunesOnTV

Music-related television listings for Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 2002.
Hot Product

Hot Product

Previewing new albums from Coldplay, Dixie Chicks, Queens Of The Stone Age, Eve, and more.
GBV, Jimmy Eat World Hit The 'Picnic'

GBV, Jimmy Eat World Hit The 'Picnic'

Guided By Voices, Jimmy Eat World, and the Donnas will anchor the indie-focused This Ain't No Picnic festival in Irvine, Calif., this October. Returning after a two-year hiatus, the Oct. 5 event will feature a number of up-and-coming acts, including the Mars Volta, Pretty Girls Make Graves, El-P, and Les Savy Fav.
Ashanti Accepts Lady Of Soul Award With Grace

Ashanti Accepts Lady Of Soul Award With Grace

R&B sensation Ashanti accepted entertainer of the year honors at Saturday's Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards despite complaints from some music fans that she didn't deserve the title.
Blazin' Squad, Cassidy Overtake U.K. Charts

Blazin' Squad, Cassidy Overtake U.K. Charts

Blazin' Squad, an aggregation of 10 16-year-old friends, crashed in at No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart yesterday (Aug. 25) with "Crossroads" (East West), a version of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's 1996 hit "Tha Crossroads." The track was released just as group received their school exam results, and after an enthusiastic reception by the U.K.'s teen press and television, the single was able to unseat Sugababes' "Round Round" (Universal-Island) from the top.
Zeppelin Denied Copyright For 'Houses Of The Holy'

Zeppelin Denied Copyright For 'Houses Of The Holy'

The U.S. Copyright Office has rejected a request by members of Led Zeppelin to renew the copyright for its 1973 Atlantic album "Houses of the Holy," listing the band as owners.
Fans Riot At U.K.'s Leeds Festival

Fans Riot At U.K.'s Leeds Festival

Several hundred people rioted at the end of the U.K.'s weekend-long Leeds Festival, burning toilets and attacking police, West Yorkshire officials said today (Aug. 26). Police said 200 officers were called in after violence broke out just after midnight, as the Carling-sponsored event drew to a close.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - R&B singer and actress Aaliyah dies when a small plane that was to carry her and eight others back to the United States crashes after takeoff in Marsh Harbour, Bahamas.
The Kiss

The Kiss

After strong sales of this female threesome's first two albums, the group—Chanelle Harris, Angel Taylor, and Adrian Anderson—delivers what should easily be its major breakthrough project.

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