Paul Sexton

London-based print and broadcast journalist Paul Sexton has been a contributor to Billboard
since the early 1990s. He also writes for such British newspapers as the Sunday Times,
Financial Times and Sunday Express, hosts inflight shows for such airlines as Emirates
and KLM, and makes radio documentaries for BBC Radio 2 and others.

Scouting For Girls, Basshunter Lead U.K. Charts

Scouting For Girls, Basshunter Lead U.K. Charts

Scouting For Girls retained the No. 1 spot on the new U.K. album chart with their self-titled Epic debut, while "Now You're Gone" (Hard2Beat) by Basshunter featuring DJ Mental Theos did the same on the singles survey, which welcomed a new top 10 hit for Kelly Rowland.
Winehouse Retains Euro Chart Crown

Winehouse Retains Euro Chart Crown

Amy Winehouse continues to top Billboard's European Top 100 Albums survey, as "Back To Black" (Universal Island) holds at No. 1 for a fifth week ahead of Radiohead's "In Rainbows" (XL Recordings).
Moyet, Clarke Reunite For Yazoo Dates

Moyet, Clarke Reunite For Yazoo Dates

Yazoo, the early 1980s U.K. chart duo of Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke that was known as Yaz in the U.S., has announced a short reunion tour that will see it play live for the first time in 25 years.
BMI Returns London Showcase Events

BMI Returns London Showcase Events

U.S. performing rights body BMI has relaunched its monthly U.K. showcase nights for new and emerging artists, under the name the BMI Sessions.
Rhino Website Goes Live

Rhino Website Goes Live

The Rhino label has launched its own music site, primarily to promote its U.K. releases.
Scouting For Girls, Basshunter Lead U.K. Charts

Scouting For Girls, Basshunter Lead U.K. Charts

British trio Scouting For Girls completed their rise to No. 1 on the U.K. album chart yesterday with their self-titled debut album. Swedish DJ-artist Basshunter moved into a second week atop the singles chart with "Now You're Gone" (Hard2Beat).

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