'America' Tribute Honored With Emmys

'America' Tribute Honored With Emmys

The four major broadcast television networks received the Governors Award at last night's (Sept. 22) Emmy Awards for mounting a music-driven tribute to victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks just 10 days after they occurred. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognized ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC for setting aside commercials and competition to organize the "America: A Tribute to Heroes" special.
Pink, Paul Weller Overtake U.K. Charts

Pink, Paul Weller Overtake U.K. Charts

Yesterday's (Sept. 22) new U.K. sales charts featured a first No. 1 single for Pink and, at the other extreme, a new No. 1 album for Paul Weller, who first topped that survey with the Jam in 1982. Pink's "Just Like a Pill" (Arista) became Britain's best-selling single amid strong competition, in a week that featured no fewer than seven new entries in the top-10.
Ono, Lennon Assistant Square Off In Court

Ono, Lennon Assistant Square Off In Court

Yoko Ono's lawsuit against her late husband John Lennon's personal assistant enters New York federal court today (Sept. 23). Ono sued Frederic Seaman in 1999, claiming he exploited the ex-Beatle's death by stealing priceless family photos and mementos, then selling them to collectors.
39TunesOnTV

39TunesOnTV

Music-related TV listings for Sept. 23-29, 2002.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - Tim McGraw is featured on the cover of TV Guide, due to his various nominations for the 34th Annual CMA Awards.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Isaac Stern, one of the last great violinists of his generation, a fiddler who saved Carnegie Hall from the wreckers and a mentor to generations of classical musicians who followed him, dies of heart failure at a New York hospital at the age of 81.
Golden Slumbers: A Father's Lullaby

Golden Slumbers: A Father's Lullaby

Inspired by the birth of his niece, contemporary jazz saxophonist Dave Koz launches his Rendezvous imprint with a set of songs celebrating a father's role in nurturing newborn children.
Quizás

Quizás

Don't be fooled by "Mentiroso," the first single culled from Quizás, Enrique Iglesias' first Spanish-language album in five years.
Stanley Climbfall

Stanley Climbfall

After enjoying a massive breakout hit with 2000's "Hanging by a Moment," Lifehouse takes its best shot at avoiding the sophomore jinx by offering a set that's as close to bullet-proof as one can get.
Voyeur

Voyeur

Berlin's first album in 16 years is a continuation of its 1980s synth-hewn, new-wave beginnings. Early singles "Sex (I'm A . . .
Ask a Woman Who Knows

Ask a Woman Who Knows

Cole's first effort for Verve is easily her strongest recording since 1990's Unforgettable.
So Much Shouting/So Much Laughter

So Much Shouting/So Much Laughter

For arch music maverick Ani DiFranco, the art is in the moment, and that's what comes through on this live double set.

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