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Previewing new albums from Jennifer Lopez, Tim McGraw, Busta Rhymes, Paul McCartney, and more.
Top Talent To Rock New Year's With Clark

Top Talent To Rock New Year's With Clark

Dick Clark will be joined by the likes of Nelly, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, and Justin Timberlake as he rings in the new year with a trio of ABC television specials. For the 31st consecutive year, Clark will be stationed in New York's Times Square, where he will report on the action and keep his eye on the ball dropping to welcome 2003.
Outkast's Dre Taking 'Hater' To Big Screen

Outkast's Dre Taking 'Hater' To Big Screen

With Eminem enjoying critical and commercial success with his feature film debut in "8 Mile," another rapper will soon be testing his mettle on the big screen. Andre Benjamin -- better known as Dre, one-half of the multiplatinum-selling hip-hop duo Outkast -- has signed on to star in his first feature film, "Love Hater," which Morgan J. Freeman will direct.
Songwriters Settle Eagles Royalty Suit

Songwriters Settle Eagles Royalty Suit

Jackson Browne and fellow songwriters J.D. Souther and Jack Tempchin have settled a lawsuit with publisher Warner/Chappell Music over millions of dollars in royalties from the Eagles' "Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)" package, which included several songs the three helped write.
Aguilera Fends Off Young On U.K. Chart

Aguilera Fends Off Young On U.K. Chart

Christina Aguilera's single "Dirrty" featuring Redman (RCA) sprang a major chart surprise in the U.K. yesterday (Nov. 24) by holding at No. 1 in the face of "Pop Idol" victor Will Young's new release, which had the extra bonus of a charity tie-in. "Dirrty," which entered the chart at No. 1 last week, was widely expected to cede the top spot to Young's "Don't Let Me Down"/"You and I" (S/RCA).
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Melanie Thornton, an American pop singer who made a name for herself in Germany with the duo La Bouche, is among the victims of an airliner crash in Switzerland. She is 34.
Rise and Shine

Rise and Shine

Randy Travis brings the same qualities to his Christian music that made him a superstar in the country industry—great songs, Kyle Lehning's production skills, and of course, that gorgeous, heart-in-the-throat baritone.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - 51-year-old Juan Hinojosa, a drummer and founding member of the Tejano band Los Fabulosos Cuatro, dies along with his 28-year-old son in a traffic accident in Texas.
More Than You Think You Are

More Than You Think You Are

If Foreigner was still an active, young band, it would sound a lot like Matchbox Twenty. The similarities are undeniable.
Back Into Your System

Back Into Your System

Saliva's Josey Scott helped keep momentum going for his band during the downtime between albums by notching the smash song "Hero" with Chad Kroeger (featured on the Spider-Man soundtrack).
Santo Pecado

Santo Pecado

After his foray into Caribbean rhythms in Galería Caribe, Guatemalan singer/songwriter Ricardo Arjona returns to his pop troubadour ways.

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