Warrant Out For Vince Neil's Arrest

Warrant Out For Vince Neil's Arrest

A warrant for the arrest of Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil has been issued by the Beverly Hills Police Department, according to a spokesperson for the L.A. County district attorney's office. The warrant stems from an April 28 incident in which Neil allegedly attacked a record producer in a nightclub parking lot.
Canadian Stars Unite Against Cancer

Canadian Stars Unite Against Cancer

Canadian artists Bryan Adams, Jann Arden, Barenaked Ladies, Chantal Kreviazuk, and Sarah McLachlan will perform at an Oct. 10 concert to benefit the BC Cancer Foundation at Vancouver General Motors Place. Each artist is working for free, enabling the project to funnel all its revenues to the BC Cancer Foundation. The goal is to raise $1 million to help build a new cancer research facility.
Box Car Racer, The Used Hit The Road

Box Car Racer, The Used Hit The Road

Blink-182 side band Box Car Racer will team with Utah-based rock outfit the Used for a fall North American tour, due to kick off Oct. 25 in Dallas and run through Nov. 26 in Las Vegas.
Musicians Join Gap Ad Campaign

Musicians Join Gap Ad Campaign

Willie Nelson, Marianne Faithfull, Ryan Adams, Tweet, and Jakob Dylan of the Wallflowers will be seen and heard performing in television ads as part of clothing retailer Gap's "For Every Generation" global marketing campaign.
Activity Brewing In Ivy/Fountains Of Wayne Camp

Activity Brewing In Ivy/Fountains Of Wayne Camp

A number of projects are on the horizon for the members of Ivy and Fountains Of Wayne, which share the services of multi-instrumentalist Andy Schlesinger. First up is Ivy's covers album "Guestroom," due Sept. 10 via Minty Fresh.
Irish-American Musician Dan Kelly Dies

Irish-American Musician Dan Kelly Dies

Daniel Kelly, the patriarch of Irish-American folk-pop group the Kelly Family, has died. He was 71. The bushy-bearded Kelly died Monday evening in Berlin after a long illness. No further details or cause of death have been released.
No Doubt, Garbage Saddle Up For Fall Tour

No Doubt, Garbage Saddle Up For Fall Tour

No Doubt and Garbage have begun confirming dates for a long-rumored fall tour, which will also feature the Distillers, and on some dates, Good Charlotte. The trek is set to kick off Oct. 9 in St. Paul, Minn., with dates booked through Oct. 27 in Jacksonville, Fla. No Doubt will open shows for the Rolling Stones in Detroit (Oct. 12), Toronto (Oct. 18), and Atlanta (Oct. 26) throughout dates with Garbage.
Springsteen Soars To No. 1 With 'The Rising'

Springsteen Soars To No. 1 With 'The Rising'

Bruce Springsteen's "The Rising" (Columbia) rockets to No. 1 on The Billboard 200 after selling 525,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, to earn the Boss his best week ever in the SoundScan era for a single album. The impressive, media-hyped debut allows Springsteen to easily best Linkin Park's "[Reanimation]" (Warner Bros.), which lands at No. 2 on first-week sales of 270,000 units, the strongest showing ever from a remix album.
EMI Publishing Sues AOL Time Warner

EMI Publishing Sues AOL Time Warner

EMI Music Publishing has filed a copyright-infringement suit against AOL Time Warner, claiming the media giant is not paying for the use of thousands of copyrights, including the songs "We're Off To See the Wizard," "Theme from Rocky," "New York, New York," and "Singin' in the Rain," Billboard Bulletin reports.

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