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Matchbox Twenty Cancels Cheyenne Frontier Days Gig

Matchbox Twenty Cancels Cheyenne Frontier Days Gig

Pop rockers Matchbox Twenty have canceled plans to perform during this summer's Cheyenne Frontier Days, and an animal rights group opposed to rodeo says it played a role in that decision.
Bob Dylan Wins Pulitzer

Bob Dylan Wins Pulitzer

Thanks to Bob Dylan, rock 'n roll has finally broken through the Pulitzer wall.
Napster Q4 Revenue Hits $31 Million

Napster Q4 Revenue Hits $31 Million

Shares of Napster Inc. jumped Thursday after the online music retailer said it expects its revenue for the fiscal fourth-quarter, which ended March 31, totaled about $31 million, beating analysts' predictions.
Beanie Sigel Jailed For Giving False Urine Sample

Beanie Sigel Jailed For Giving False Urine Sample

A federal judge in Philadelphia sentenced rapper Beanie Sigel on Friday to three months in prison after authorities said he had given a false urine sample to probation officials.
Coroner: Sean Levert Dies After Being Taken From Jail

Coroner: Sean Levert Dies After Being Taken From Jail

Sean Levert, son of lead O'Jays singer Eddie Levert and a member of a hit-making trio with his late brother Gerald Levert, has died after a medical emergency in jail, the county coroner's office said.
L.A. Times Apologizes For Shakur Story

L.A. Times Apologizes For Shakur Story

The Los Angeles Times apologized for using documents that were apparently fabricated in a story implicating associates of Sean "Diddy" Combs in a 1994 assault on rapper Tupac Shakur.
T.I. Pleads Guilty In Weapons Case

T.I. Pleads Guilty In Weapons Case

Rapper T.I. pleaded guilty Thursday to federal weapons possession charges and is to be sentenced in one year, after completing a period of community service.

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