Ozzy Taking Ozzfest Leave To Be With Sharon

Ozzy Taking Ozzfest Leave To Be With Sharon

Ozzy Osbourne is taking a three-week break from Ozzfest to be with his wife, Sharon, while she undergoes chemotherapy treatment for cancer, according to a post on his official Web site. Ozzy performed tonight (July 28) in Atlanta, but won't rejoin the festival until an Aug. 22 date in Denver. System Of A Down will headline during the break.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Presley Scott Harwell, son of Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell and Michelle Laroque, dies from complications due to acute lymphatic leukemia.
The Tight Connection

The Tight Connection

Three years ago, singer/lyricist Amy Dykes and musical technician Dan Geller, who record collectively as I Am the World Trade Center (IATWTC), issued their debut, Out of the Loop.
Left of Self-Centered

Left of Self-Centered

After some bad experiences with a few major labels and his own band, the Marvelous 3, Butch Walker decided to go solo with Left of Self-Centered, which he wrote and produced.
Sin, Win & Grin

Sin, Win & Grin

With the nÜ-electro movement making big strides (see story, page 1), along comes the full-length debut from West Coast-based duo T.H.E.M., an acronym for Thee Human Ego Maniacs, otherwise known as singers/songwriters Christiana Eastman and Justin Nylander.
Burger After Church

Burger After Church

The Waybacks are a West Coast acoustic quintent that blends ample humor and freewheelin' spirit with fine musical chops and keen melodic instincts on this primarily instrumental project.
Home Wrecker

Home Wrecker

The retro CD cover and killer Bobbi Gentry hairdo don't fully set the tone for what Grey De Lisle is all about on this genre-hopping head-scratcher.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Jazz tenor saxophonist Harold Land dies in Los Angeles after a stroke. He is 73. Land gained prominence in 1954 when he joined a quintet led by trumpeter Clifford Brown and drummer Max Roach.
Imbizo

Imbizo

South Africa native and social activist Sharon Katz formed the Peace Train band in 1993.
Now!

Now!

Bhagavan Das is a western Sadhu (mendicant or monastic) author and vocalist who is well known for introducing renowned spiritual leader Ram Dass to Indian culture and spirituality.

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