1. This Day in Music

    November 22, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>2001 - </b>Jazz impresario Norman Ganz dies in Geneva, Switzerland, of cancer. He is 83. 2001 - Jazz impresario Norman Ganz dies in Geneva, Switzerland, of cancer. He is 83. 2000 - Ted Gardner, former manager of Tool, sues the members of the L.A. band, their corporation, and…

  2. Billboard Bits: Shaggy/Kevi, Yoakam, String Cheese

    November 21, 2002 12:00 AM EST News on Shaggy/Kevi, Dwight Yoakam, String Cheese Incident Pop/reggae artist Shaggy and singer/songwriter Kevi are the latest artists to create titles for Scholastic's Hip Kid Hop "Read & Rap-A-Long" children's book series. Set for a February release, the book/CD…

  3. German Police Review Jackson's Baby Dangling

    November 21, 2002 12:00 AM EST German police said today (Nov. 20) they will examine whether Michael Jackson committed a crime earlier this week by dangling his baby from a fourth-floor hotel window in Berlin in front of hundreds of German police said today (Nov. 20) they will examine whether Michael Jackson committed a…

  4. Jackson: I Made A 'Terrible Mistake'

    November 20, 2002 12:00 AM EST Michael Jackson said he made a "terrible mistake" by holding his young son over the railing of a fourth-floor balcony at a Berlin hotel to show fans who wanted to see the child. Michael Jackson said he made a "terrible mistake" by holding his young son over the railing of…

  5. This Day in Music

    November 20, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>2001 - </b>Country chanteuse Deana Carter releases her first holiday album, ""Father Christmas,"" on her own Deanatone Records. 2001 - Country chanteuse Deana Carter releases her first holiday album, ""Father Christmas,"" on her own…

  6. D'Angelo Arrested In Virginia

    November 19, 2002 12:00 AM EST Grammy-winning R&B singer D'Angelo (real name: Michael Eugene Archer) had to be subdued with pepper spray yesterday (Nov. 18) after he resisted arrest on misdemeanor charges of aggressive driving Grammy-winning R&B singer D'Angelo (real name: Michael Eugene Archer) had to be…

  7. Billboard Bits: VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, Sum 41, Kurupt

    November 18, 2002 12:00 AM EST News on the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, Sum 41, Kurupt Christina Aguilera, Bon Jovi, Norah Jones, and John Mayer have joined the list of performers for the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards, set for Dec. 15 at Los Angeles' Grand Olympic Auditorium. The show will be hosted by "The Sopranos"…

  8. This Day in Music

    November 17, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>1998 - </b>Tori Amos releases ""Tori Amos: The Complete Collection: 1992-1998,"" a compilation of her videos. The collection contains 16 clips from the artist's four solo albums. Included are class 1998 - Tori Amos releases ""Tori Amos: The…

  9. Justified

    November 16, 2002 12:00 AM EST On his solo debut, 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake strikes a major '70s R&B pose steeped in vibe and groove. On his solo debut, 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake strikes a major '70s R&B pose steeped in vibe and groove. Obvious nods to artists like Michael Jackson,…

  10. This Day in Music

    November 16, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>2001 - </b>Havana's National Theatre debuts ""Se Seco el Arroyito"" (the Brooklet Dried Up), a musical written by Cuba's veteran ""sonero,"" Compay Segundo. 2001 - Havana's National Theatre debuts ""Se Seco el…

  11. Chart Beat Chat

    November 15, 2002 12:00 AM EST "Chart Beat" columnist Fred Bronson answers readers' questions about Lonnie Donegan, Kid Rock's "Picture," and Standfast. SKIFFLE, NO PIFFLE. Dear Fred, Lonnie Donegan, the man who brought "Rock Island Line" (1956) and "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose…

  12. Michael Jackson Tells Court He's 'A Visionary'

    November 15, 2002 12:00 AM EST Michael Jackson spent a second day testifying in California yesterday (Nov. 14) in a $21 million lawsuit over canceled millennium concerts, saying that he could shed little light on matters like contr Michael Jackson spent a second day testifying in California yesterday (Nov. 14) in a $21…

  13. This Day in Music

    November 15, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>2000 - </b>Due to the throat troubles of their frontmen, Chino Moreno and Fred Durst, Deftones and Limp Bizkit, respectively, cancel separate shows north of the U.S. border. Deftones were to play t 2000 - Due to the throat troubles of their frontmen, Chino Moreno and Fred Durst…

  14. Michael Jackson Testifies At Trial

    November 14, 2002 12:00 AM EST Reclusive pop star Michael Jackson took the witness stand yesterday (Nov. 13) in a California courtroom in a $21 million lawsuit by his longtime promoter that accuses the singer of backing out of two Reclusive pop star Michael Jackson took the witness stand yesterday (Nov. 13) in a California…

  15. Mixmaster Mike Happy On Board GNR Tour

    November 12, 2002 12:00 AM EST Pepper spray and riot batons filled the air outside the Vancouver General Motors Place last Thursday night as fans reacted to the the cancellation of the Guns N' Roses tour opener. At the time, openin Pepper spray and riot batons filled the air outside the Vancouver General Motors Place…

  16. Songs to No One: 1991-1992

    November 09, 2002 12:00 AM EST Since Jeff Buckley's tragic death at age 30 in 1997, Columbia has offered balm to his still-devoted fans via the two-disc studio work-in-progress Sketches (For My Sweetheart the Drunk) and the excelle Since Jeff Buckley's tragic death at age 30 in 1997, Columbia has offered balm to…

  17. This Day in Music

    November 09, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>1999 - </b>Following up on 22-year-old vocalist/pianist Fiona Apple's 1996 debut, the oh-so-succinctly titled ""Tidal,"" Clean Slate/Epic releases Apple's ""When The Pawn Hits The Conflicts He Thin 1999 - Following up on 22-year-old…

  18. Billboard Bits: Madonna, 'Krush Groove,' Zero 7

    November 08, 2002 12:00 AM EST News on Madonna, 'Krush Groove,' Zero 7 While Madonna is busy recording her forthcoming Maverick studio album, due out early next year, plans are also underway for an "ultimate box set." On the diva's official Web site , her manager Caresse Henry said that she "…

  19. Chili Peppers' EMI Output Expanded for Reissue

    November 08, 2002 12:00 AM EST The Red Hot Chili Peppers' first four studio albums will be reissued Jan. 28 by EMI. Housing rare bonus material, the newly remastered versions of the group's 1984 eponymous debut, 1985's "Freaky Styl The Red Hot Chili Peppers' first four studio albums will be…

  20. This Day in Music

    November 08, 2002 12:00 AM EST <b>2001 - </b>Hip-hop rockers Limp Bizkit and cartoon indie-beat band Gorillaz are the big winners at the eighth annual MTV Europe Music Awards. Limp Bizkit lands a one-two punch, winning in the group 2001 - Hip-hop rockers Limp Bizkit and cartoon indie-beat band Gorillaz are the…

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