1. Gerrard Buries Dead Can Dance With New Album

    May 07, 2007 12:00 AM EDT Lisa Gerrard's new album, "The Silver Tree," is her first solo set in 17 years, but film soundtracks and collaborations have kept her plenty busy in the interim. Lisa Gerrard's new album, "The Silver Tree," is her first solo set in 17 years, but film soundtracks…

  2. Dead Can Dance / Oct. 12, 2005 / Chicago (Auditorium Theatre)

    October 20, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Dead Can Dance wasn't terribly shy about why they disbanded back in 1999: the ol' creative differences, with visionaries Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry not quite seeing eye to eye. Dead Can Dance wasn't terribly shy about why they disbanded back in 1999: the ol' creative…

  3. Dead Can Dance Regroups For Fall Tour

    March 17, 2005 12:00 AM EST The group is in the midst of a European tour, which concludes April 7 in London, during which it is performing a host of new material. On the heels of its first live shows since 1996, Dead Can Dance has confirmed a fall North American tour, beginning Sept. 17-18 in Seattle and wrapping Oct.…

  4. Billboard Bits: Orbital, Slayer, 'Gatemouth' Brown

    July 08, 2004 12:00 AM EDT News on Orbital, Slayer, 'Gatemouth' Brown Veteran U.K. electronica duo Orbital has inked with an improbable label for the North American release of its final studio set . "The Blue Album" will arrive Sept. 21 via ATO Records, which is co-owned by Dave Matthews and is home…

  5. Black Hawk Down

    February 09, 2002 12:00 AM EST Black Hawk Down—Ridley Scott's film version of Mark Bowden's harrowing report on the fatal 1993 U.S. Black Hawk Down—Ridley Scott's film version of Mark Bowden's harrowing report on the fatal 1993 U.S. military debacle in Somalia—is a hyper-intense, even gut-wrenching…

  6. 1981-1998

    December 01, 2001 12:00 AM EST It was once believed that the dead could dance, telling stories and interweaving a history of humankind through their haunting dances and songs echoing from the netherworld. It was once believed that the dead could dance, telling stories and interweaving a history of humankind through their…

  7. Kelly, Keys Anchor 'Ali' Soundtrack

    November 06, 2001 12:00 AM EST Two new cuts from R&B artists R. Kelly and a third from Alicia Keys will anchor the Interscope soundtrack to "Ali," Columbia Pictures' upcoming bio-pic of boxer Muhammad Ali, starring Will Smith. Two new cuts from R&B artists R. Kelly and a third from Alicia Keys will…

  8. Dead Can Dance Live Again On Box Set

    October 15, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Eclectic U.K. duo Dead Can Dance will be celebrated with the three-CD boxed set "Dead Can Dance 1981-1998," due Nov. 6 from 4AD/Rhino. The release includes three audio CDs featuring 47 career-spanning Eclectic U.K. duo Dead Can Dance will be celebrated with the three-CD boxed set …

  9. Bjork, Sting, Dylan Among Oscar Song Nominees

    February 13, 2001 12:00 AM EST Bjork, Sting, Bob Dylan, and Randy Newman are among those who will battle it out for the Academy Award for best original song when the honors are handed out March 25 in Los Angeles. Bjork, Sting, Bob Dylan, and Randy Newman are among those who will battle it out for the Academy Award for best…

  10. Dylan Nabs Golden Globe

    January 22, 2001 12:00 AM EST Bob Dylan picked up the best original song - motion picture honor for "Things Have Changed" from the film "Wonder Boys" at the 58th annual Golden Globes ceremony last night (Jan. 21), held at the Beve Bob Dylan picked up the best original song - motion picture honor for …