1. 'Austin Powers' Soundtrack Shines With Stars

    June 28, 2002 12:00 AM EDT For the soundtrack to the third Austin Powers movie, "Goldmember," due July 16, Maverick Records is recreating the series' '70s-meets-the present vibe with songs from classic artists of yesteryear (Ro For the soundtrack to the third Austin Powers movie, "Goldmember,…

  2. Billboard Bits: Harry Chapin, Jimmy Buffett, Olsen Twins

    June 05, 2002 12:00 AM EDT News on Harry Chapin, Jimmy Buffett, Olsen Twins Late singer/songwriter Harry Chapin will be the subject of an upcoming concert DVD, "Rockpalast Live," due Aug. 20 from Pioneer Entertainment. The show was taped in Germany in April 1977 and features such perennial favorites as "…

  3. Buck Denies Drunkenness Accusations

    March 21, 2002 12:00 AM EST R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck denied prosecutors' suggestions that he lied about taking a sleeping pill on a trans-Atlantic flight to avoid accusations of drunkenness after his alleged rampage on the pl R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck denied prosecutors' suggestions that he lied about…

  4. Buck Says He Can't Remember Alleged Air Rage

    March 20, 2002 12:00 AM EST R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck told a London jury today (March 20) he had no recollection of his alleged drunken behavior during a trans-Atlantic flight last April. Prosecutors said he overturned a break R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck told a London jury today (March 20) he had no recollection of…

  5. Buck Branded 'Drunken Lout' In U.K. Trial

    March 18, 2002 12:00 AM EST R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck overturned a breakfast trolley, mistook a stranger for his wife, and scuffled with crew members after getting drunk aboard a trans-Atlantic flight last April, prosecutors s R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck overturned a breakfast trolley, mistook a stranger for his wife,…

  6. If You Happy With You Need Do Nothing

    September 29, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Alfie specializes in musty, AM radio-influenced indie pop. On its debut (with the grammatically challenged title), the U.K. Alfie specializes in musty, AM radio-influenced indie pop. On its debut (with the grammatically challenged title), the U.K. quintet—led by singer Lee Gorton—churns out…

  7. Permanent

    September 22, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Randy Crawford is the kind of singer who's so assured in her craft, she can open an album with barely a whisper—here, on a hauntingly romantic "Wild Is the Wind"—and still completely cap Randy Crawford is the kind of singer who's so assured in her craft, she can open an…

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