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Music-related TV listings for Sept. 16-22, 2002.
Roxette Singer Has Brain Tumor

Roxette Singer Has Brain Tumor

Marie Fredriksson of the Swedish pop duo Roxette has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, her manager said today (Sept. 16). The small tumor was found after Fredriksson fainted and hit her head against a sink last Wednesday at her Stockholm home.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

1998 - Members of '70s British rock outfit Mott The Hoople play together for the first time in some 24 years at a one-off performance at the Virgin Megastore on London's Oxford Street.
Americana Awards Honor Music Greats

Americana Awards Honor Music Greats

Held Friday night in Nashville, the Americana Music Association's (AMA) inaugural Americana Awards honored the likes of Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, and producer/artist T Bone Burnett, while Cash and his wife June Carter Cash graced the show with a surprise performance. Cash, who was not expected to attend the event, received the Spirit of Americana Free Speech Award.
Costello Bears 'Cruel Smile' Odds'N'Sods Set

Costello Bears 'Cruel Smile' Odds'N'Sods Set

Island Records has set an Oct. 1 release for "Cruel Smile," a limited-edition collection of Elvis Costello tracks. The 14-cut collection boasts songs from the recording sessions for his latest album, "When I Was Cruel," as well as live songs captured during his ongoing world tour, and a few rarities never before released in the U.S.
'Osbournes' Nab Creative Arts Emmy

'Osbournes' Nab Creative Arts Emmy

MTV's hit series "The Osbournes" picked up its first major prize at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Creative Arts Awards on Saturday night in Los Angeles.
Prince Tour Produces Live Box Set

Prince Tour Produces Live Box Set

Enigmatic R&B artist Prince is preparing to grace fans with a three-disc document of his spring North American One Nite Alone tour. "One Nite Alone... Live" will initially be available to members of the artist's NPG Music Club, but is expected to be given a wider release sometime this fall.
Atomic Kitten Scores Dual U.K. No. 1s

Atomic Kitten Scores Dual U.K. No. 1s

Liverpool pop threesome Atomic Kitten achieved a notable double on the new U.K. charts, announced yesterday (Sept. 15). As the group's cover of Blondie's "The Tide Is High" (Innocent/Virgin) continued its reign on the region's singles survey, its second album, "Feels So Good," became an instant No. 1 on the album chart.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - For the first time since learning he has Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), country singer Chris LeDoux returns to the stage while he awaits the necessary liver transplant.
Johnny Cash at Madison Square Garden

Johnny Cash at Madison Square Garden

A tuxedo-clad Johnny Cash must have cut an imposing figure when he took the stage at New York's Madison Square Garden in December 1969, performing songs about prison, cocaine, and murder alongside gospel hymns and patriotic antiwar sentiments (as a self-proclaimed "dove with claws").
Spirit Dancer

Spirit Dancer

In the first release since the death of founding member Van Stephenson, BlackHawk's Henry Paul and Dave Robbins combine big-picture themes with catchy melodies, and the trademark BlackHawk harmonies remain intact behind Paul's distinctive lead vocal.
Grandes Hits

Grandes Hits

Mexican balladeer Cristian has had a remarkable career of radio hits penned by some of Latin music's best-regarded writers.

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