The Other Ones: Dead Again

The Other Ones: Dead Again

With a Valentine's Day benefit concert at San Francisco's Warfield Theatre, the Other Ones will abandon their name in favor of one somewhat closer to their roots: the Dead.
Rockers Chip In For Injured Haden

Rockers Chip In For Injured Haden

Previously unreleased tracks from Weezer and Ben Kweller, plus songs from Phantom Planet and AM Radio, will compose a double-seven inch single benefiting former That Dog violinist Petra Haden.
Arson Case Spurs Franklin To Fire Lawyer

Arson Case Spurs Franklin To Fire Lawyer

The lawyer now representing Aretha Franklin in the investigation of an arson fire in Bloomfield Township, Mich., that destroyed her $1.8 million mansion here says the singer has nothing to hide.
Madonna Stresses Anti-War In New Video

Madonna Stresses Anti-War In New Video

Madonna is courting controversy again -- this time with a violent music video for the new song "American Life" that her publicist says depicts the "catastrophic repercussions and horror of war." "It is an anti-war video, but the purpose of the video, as with a lot of Madonna's work, is to be thought-provoking," publicist Liz Rosenberg said. "It is many other things as well" as anti-war, she said.
Depeche Mode's Gore Preps Solo Album

Depeche Mode's Gore Preps Solo Album

Depeche Mode singer/guitarist Martin Gore has set an April 28 release date for his upcoming Mute solo album, "Counterfeit2." The set, Gore's first solo album since 1989, will feature 11 tracks originally done by such artists Lou Reed, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, John Lennon, Brian Eno, and Iggy Pop. The first single, to be released April 14, is a cover of David Essex's "Stardust."
'Chicago,' U2, Eminem, Simon Among Oscar Nominees

'Chicago,' U2, Eminem, Simon Among Oscar Nominees

The big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical "Chicago" leads the pack with 13 nominations for the 75th annual Academy Awards, including a best picture notice. Among those artists who have earned their first Oscar nominations are Irish rock act U2, rapper Eminem, and veteran singer/songwriter Paul Simon.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Musician-actor Harry Connick Jr. performs at and serves as creative director for the 2001 NBA All-Star Game halftime show. He writes a song for the occasion and performs it with his 15-piece band.
Sparta Braves The Cold On SnoCore Tour

Sparta Braves The Cold On SnoCore Tour

Considering it doesn't snow much in Texas, you can't blame the El Paso-based Sparta for initially having reservations about co-headlining this year's annual SnoCore tour with Glassjaw. Drummer Tony Hajjar tells Billboard.com the band almost balked at the offer without fully knowing (or understanding) what the tour was all about.
Jam Bands Tapped For Big Easy Concert Series

Jam Bands Tapped For Big Easy Concert Series

Bela Fleck, Ween, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band are among the acts slated for New Orleans' Superfly During Jazzfest concert series. The seventh annual event will run concurrently with the city's massive multi-stage yearly Jazzfest, which spans over two extended weekends in late April and early May.
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Previewing new albums from Vince Gill, John Mayer, Kenny Lattimore/Chante Moore, and more.
Coldplay Extends Tour Into June

Coldplay Extends Tour Into June

British rock quartet Coldplay has added more dates to its North American tour, as its latest Capitol set, "A Rush of Blood to the Head," continues to hover in the top-30 of The Billboard 200.

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