Slicker Than Your Average

Slicker Than Your Average

One of the bright lights in 2001 was U.K. export Craig David, whose debut, Born to Do It, achieved platinum success in the U.S.
Luneda

Luneda

Luneda is quite an uncommon and engrossing listening experience.
Touching Down

Touching Down

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" could very well be the mantra DJ/producer Roni Size lives by.
Dutty Rock

Dutty Rock

VP and Atlantic Records recently entered into a long-term strategic agreement to bring VP's outstanding reggae artists to mainstream and pop audiences.
Wait for Me

Wait for Me

It's been nearly five years since singer/ guitarist Tedeschi's inaugural Tone-Cool collection Just Won't Burn put her on the national map.
I Owe You the Praise

I Owe You the Praise

Georgia Mass, one of America's most celebrated gospel choirs, returns with a collection that is nothing short of definitive.
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.
Lawsuit Aims At Otis Redding Bio

Lawsuit Aims At Otis Redding Bio

Otis Redding's widow and business manager are suing an Atlanta author over a biography he wrote about the soul music legend. Zelma Redding and Phil Walden are suing former reporter Scott Freeman, author of "Otis! The Otis Redding Story."
Stars To Light Up Rockefeller Center Holiday

Stars To Light Up Rockefeller Center Holiday

Sheryl Crow, Barry Manilow, and Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowland will be among the artists bringing holiday cheer to NBC's "Christmas in Rockefeller Center," which will be held Dec. 4 in the heart of New York City. Leading up to the lighting of one of the world's most famous Christmas trees, Josh Groban, Carly Simon, Michelle Branch, and Kelly Clarkson will also entertain.
Family Taps Zappa Vault With New Imprint

Family Taps Zappa Vault With New Imprint

Dweezil Zappa has started a new label, Vaulternative, to make available scores of unreleased recordings by his late father, Frank Zappa.
CHART BEAT BONUS

CHART BEAT BONUS

Fred Bronson reports on the chart accomplishments of Elton John, Rascal Flatts, and Madonna.

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