Radiohead Looking To The Future

Radiohead Looking To The Future

Already notorious for reinventing its sound with each of its six albums, Radiohead is preparing for yet another metamorphosis.
Courtney Love In Bitter Custody Fight

Courtney Love In Bitter Custody Fight

Courtney Love is embroiled in a bitter custody fight with her late husband's mother over the welfare of 11-year-old Frances Bean Cobain. According to the New York Daily News, Love and Wendy O'Connor, the mother of Love's late husband Kurt Cobain, got into an altercation after a Tuesday custody hearing in Los Angeles.
Molotov, LaForcade Top MTV Latin Awards

Molotov, LaForcade Top MTV Latin Awards

Mexican music reigned last night (Oct. 23) at the second annual MTV Video Music Awards Latino America, with alternative rock band Molotov taking home four awards, including video of the year for its incendiary clip "Frijolero." Up-and-coming countrymate Natalia LaFourcade followed closely, taking three awards from the event at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach, Fla.
LaBelle's Back In Fashion

LaBelle's Back In Fashion

After years of making fashion statements as a diva, Patti LaBelle is about to launch her own clothing line. From Nov. 6, the first collection from the Patti LaBelle line will be sold exclusively through TV shopping channel HSN.
Metallica Cancels South American Tour

Metallica Cancels South American Tour

Veteran hard rock quartet Metallica has canceled its South American tour, due to kick off tomorrow (Oct. 25) in Buenos Aires. In a statement posted on the band's official Web site, the cancellation is blamed on exhaustion and injury. Says guitarist Kirk Hammett, "This is the first time in our 22-year history that Metallica have cancelled a tour, and we are beyond disappointed.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - Christina Aguilera makes a rare live appearance at Chicago radio station B96's Halloween Bash, offering four tracks from her latest album "Stripped."
Poll: Lower CD Prices Will Curb Downloading

Poll: Lower CD Prices Will Curb Downloading

Bringing down the consumer's cost of music CDs will stem the tide of illegal downloading, according to a Billboard.com poll. Of 13,180 voters, 73% said lower prices will encourage fans to purchase new releases rather than seek out the songs illegally online.
CHART BEAT

CHART BEAT

Fred Bronson's Report Includes Clay Aiken, Ludacris, Chart Discussion & More
CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

Fred Bronson reports on the latest chart feats of Clay Aiken, Ludacris, Shawna and Sheryl Crow.
CHART BEAT CHAT

CHART BEAT CHAT

Fred Bronson discusses Barbra Streisand, Elvis Presley, Clay Aiken, downloads and his latest book with readers.

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