A fan of rock band Creed is in an Oklahoma City jail today (Oct. 1), accused of violating a restraining order filed by the group's lead singer Scott Stapp. Tamera Jeanine Andrade, 35, was arrested Saturday night before Creed's concert at the city's Ford Center.
The full tracklist has been unveiled for former Beatle George Harrison's forthcoming studio album "Brainwashed" (Dark Horse/EMI Recorded Music), which he was working on prior to his death last November.
A New York company is suing to block Universal Music Group from using what it claims is a proprietary technology embedded in the packaging of Bon Jovi's album "Bounce" (Island Def Jam). If successful, the case could delay the planned Oct. 8 release of the album in the U.S.
Usher, Paula Abdul, Aaron Carter, Mya, and Westlife are among the artists confirmed to perform Oct. 13 at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium for "The Disco Ball -- A 30th Anniversary Celebration." The event will be broadcast on ABC with an airdate yet to be determined.
Country singer Doug Supernaw was tossed in jail last week after police say he attacked five officers during a scuffle outside a Brenham, Texas, bar. Suparnaw was arrested early last Thursday, his 42nd birthday, and held on charges of assaulting a police officer, public intoxication, and resisting arrest.
A Murfreesboro, Tenn., man being held on charges of trying to have his wife harmed also discussed having country singer Travis Tritt murdered for $20,000, prosecutors said. Police and FBI agents listened last week as Parley Drew Hardman tried to arrange to have his ex-wife killed, or her legs broken, said federal prosecutor Sunny Koshy. The woman lives in Michigan, authorities said.
Presleymania returned to the U.K. sales charts this week. BMG's "Elvis 30 #1 Hits" surged to No. 1 on the new album chart while one of his most-loved hits, "Suspicious Minds," entered at No. 1 in the singles survey as half of a Will Young and Gareth Gates double-A-sided single. The single also features a cover of the Beatles' "The Long and Winding Road" (S/BMG).
1998 - Blues guitar prodigy Jonny Lang, rock guitarist Slash, punk rocker Joey Ramone, and Cheap Trickster Rick Nelson are among the musicians who guest-star on "The Drew Carey Show." On the program, Carey's band is looking for a lead guitarist, and a string of axemen audition for the gig - including Ramone, even though he didn't play guitar in the Ramones.