1. Tilbrook Squeezes Out U.S., Oz Dates

    June 25, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Squeeze mainstay Glenn Tilbrook has laid out a pair of brief tours in support of his first solo album, "The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook." Following a pair of U.K. dates with his band and one solo appear Squeeze mainstay Glenn Tilbrook has laid out a pair of brief tours in support of…

  2. Yazbek Jumps From 'Full Monty' to 'Damascus'

    June 25, 2001 12:00 AM EDT David Yazbek plans to use the notoriety he gained through "The Full Monty" -- even without winning a Tony -- to push "Damascus," the July 10 What Are Records? (W.A.R.?) release by his rock band, simpl When "The Producers" swept the Tony Awards June 3, one man…

  3. Shine Like It Does: The Anthology (1979-1997)

    June 23, 2001 12:00 AM EDT The 1997 death of INXS singer Michael Hutchence casts an unfortunately bittersweet shadow on this fine collection of the Australian band's best work. The 1997 death of INXS singer Michael Hutchence casts an unfortunately bittersweet shadow on this fine collection of the Australian band&…

  4. Mariah, McLachlan Get Remix Treatment

    June 22, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Over the course of her 11-year career, singer/songwriter Mariah Carey has scored seven No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. If beat-savvy remixers David Morales and MJ Cole hav Over the course of her 11-year career, singer/songwriter Mariah Carey has scored seven No. 1…

  5. Blink-182 Opens At No. 1, Sugar Ray Debuts High

    June 21, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Pop-punk pranksters Blink-182 made a serious first week impression on The Billboard 200, ending Staind's three-week run at No. 1 to take the top spot with "Take off Your Pants and Jacket" (MCA). The s Pop-punk pranksters Blink-182 made a serious first week impression on The…

  6. Counting Crows Extend Summer Tour

    June 21, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Counting Crows have extended their summer tour, originally covering only the West Coast, with 11 new dates. The trek kicks off July 6 in San Diego and will travel as far as North Carolina before closi Counting Crows have extended their summer tour, originally covering only the West Coast,…

  7. Juvenile's Next 'Project' Due In August

    June 20, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Controversial rapper Juvenile will release his fourth solo album, "Project English," Aug. 28 on Cash Money/Universal. The first single from the Mannie Fresh-produced album is "Set it Off," which is cu Controversial rapper Juvenile will release his fourth solo album, "…

  8. Joan Osborne Takes On Troubadour Style

    June 20, 2001 12:00 AM EDT As the unpredictable winds of mainstream popularity shift more frequently than ever, Joan Osborne has been able to sustain her career through steadfast touring and well-received live performances. As the unpredictable winds of mainstream popularity shift more frequently than ever, Joan…

  9. Afro-Celt Sound System Teams With Plant, Gabriel For 3rd Set

    June 19, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Afro-Celt Sound System's James McNally has gotten used to his group's albums being stocked in a different department at every record store, from world to new age to dance and electronic. But whatever Afro-Celt Sound System's James McNally has gotten used to his group's…

  10. Hot Product

    June 18, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Previewing albums from Sisqo, Stone Tempe Pilots, Afro-Celt Sound System, Luther Vandross, Gorillaz, and more. 'Dragon' Song From platinum curls to corn rows, Sisqo is never one to stay the same for long. The Baltimore native aims to prove that he's more than merely a singer…

  11. DMX To Revive 'M' On Big Screen

    June 18, 2001 12:00 AM EDT After successfully teaming with producer Joel Silver on Warner Bros.' action films "Exit Wounds" and "Romeo Must Die," rapper DMX is reteaming with Silver and the studio for a third time on an untitle After successfully teaming with producer Joel Silver on Warner Bros…

  12. BERLIOZ, BRUCKNER, RACHMANINOFF

    June 16, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Although Philips is no longer a fully functioning separate entity (having been merged with Decca), Universal Classics is celebrating the label's highly regarded half-century by remastering and reissui BERLIOZ:Symphonie Fantastique Concertgebouw Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis Producer:not…

  13. Sugar Ray

    June 16, 2001 12:00 AM EDT This is the album that Sugar Ray has been inching toward recording since its 1997 break-out hit, Floored. This is the album that Sugar Ray has been inching toward recording since its 1997 break-out hit, Floored. Sugar Ray shows the quintet honing a hybrid of hip-hop, funk, arena rock, and pop…

  14. Artists Named To Songwriters Hall Of Fame

    June 15, 2001 12:00 AM EDT The Songwriters Hall of Fame recognizes that songwriters need singers. So Dionne Warwick is going into the hall even though she didn't write a word of her biggest hits, including "Do You Know the Way The Songwriters Hall of Fame recognizes that songwriters need singers. So Dionne…

  15. Life Is Getting Sweeter For Sugar Ray

    June 15, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Singer Mark McGrath is "completely proud," of Sugar Ray's eponymous new set (released June 12 by Lava/Atlantic). "I've always dug what we've done, but this is the first record we've done that I'm able Mark McGrath is getting pumped up. The disarmingly…

  16. Eminem, Outkast Lead Source Awards Nominees

    June 12, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Eminem and Outkast lead the nominees for the third Source Hip-Hop Music Awards with five each and will go head-to-head for album, single, artist, and video of the year honors. LL Cool J will receive t Eminem and Outkast lead the nominees for the third Source Hip-Hop Music Awards with five…

  17. Hot Product

    June 11, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Previewing new albums by Sugar Ray, Blink-182, Travis, Alicia Keys, and more. You Can Call Me Ray Frontman Mark McGrath says he's is "completely proud" of Sugar Ray's self-titled fourth album, due this week on Lava/Atlantic. "I've always dug what we've done,…

  18. Staind's 'Cycle' Heads Into Second Week At No. 1

    June 07, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Staind's "Break the Cycle" (Flip/Elektra) easily holds the top of The Billboard 200 for a second week despite experiencing a sales drop of 54% from its debut week. The hard rock set sold 326,000 units Staind's "Break the Cycle" (Flip/Elektra) easily holds the top…

  19. 'O Brother' Spawns Live Album

    June 07, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Mercury's new Lost Highway imprint is planning a July 24 release for "Down From the Mountain -- Live Concert Performances by the Artists and Musicians of O Brother, Where Art Thou?" The set was taped Mercury's new Lost Highway imprint is planning a July 24 release for …

  20. Harper Celebrates 60 With Plant, Page

    June 07, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Manchester, England-born singer/songwriter Roy Harper will celebrate his 60th birthday Sunday (June 10) with an intimate, star-studded show at London's Royal Festival Hall. Harper, whose actual birthd Manchester, England-born singer/songwriter Roy Harper will celebrate his 60th birthday…

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