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This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Electronica maven Moby (Richard Melville Hall) is assaulted following a show at Boston's Paradise Club. In posts on his website, Moby claims to have been attacked by three assailants with mace and beaten. In his website posts, Moby forgives the unknown attackers and asks them reply anonymously and tell him why they attacked him.
Bobby Brown Charged With Battery

Bobby Brown Charged With Battery

Singer Bobby Brown was charged with battery yesterday (Dec. 10) in Atlanta, three days after he allegedly struck his wife, singer and actress Whitney Houston. Fulton County police spokesman Kurtis Young said Brown, 34, turned himself in. Brown and Houston left Fulton County Magistrate Court together after they and their attorneys met with police.
OutKast Overtakes The Hot 100

OutKast Overtakes The Hot 100

OutKast owns the top two singles on Billboard's Hot 100 this week. The Atlanta-based hip-hop duo is entering its second straight week at the top with the Andre 3000-led "Hey Ya!" The Big Boi-driven "The Way You Move" featuring Sleepy Brown, jumps 3-2, and also claims the top slot over on Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks chart with a 2-1 gain.
Dance Acts Flock To L.A. New Year's Bashes

Dance Acts Flock To L.A. New Year's Bashes

Los Angeles dance revelers will once again have two massive events to pick from this New Year's Eve. Paul Oakenfold, the Crystal Method, Sandra Collins and Danny Howells will lead an event at the Bonaventure Hotel in downtown L.A., and just a few miles away at the L.A. Sports Arena, Judge Jules, Fergie, Goldie and Lemon D will spin into 2004.
Performances, Laughs Power 2003 BMAs

Performances, Laughs Power 2003 BMAs

"Here's what I've learned, in five short words: Music is its own reward."Such was the lesson former schoolteacher-turned-international superstar Sting had to share as he accepted the Century Award at the 2003 Billboard Music Awards last night (Dec. 11) in Las Vegas.
Beyoncé, R. Kelly Top Billboard Music Awards

Beyoncé, R. Kelly Top Billboard Music Awards

Beyoncé and R. Kelly were the big winners at the 14th annual Billboard Music Awards, held last night (Dec. 10) at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas and aired live on Fox. Each snared four trophies, while Lil Jon & the Eastside Boyz, Shania Twain and 50 Cent each took home three awards. The event aired live on Fox.
Keys Unlocks Second No. 1 Debut

Keys Unlocks Second No. 1 Debut

"The Diary of Alicia Keys" gives the young R&B sensation her second No. 1 debut on The Billboard 200. The only newcomer in the top-10 this week, the J Records album sold 618,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, to take the top spot. That's the third highest opening week of the calendar year and more than double the best sales week of Keys' first effort, "Songs in A Minor."
Memo: No Basis for Jackson Allegations

Memo: No Basis for Jackson Allegations

The boy who accuses Michael Jackson of molesting him denied it months ago to child welfare investigators who cleared the pop star of misconduct, according to a confidential memo.

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