|Little Wayne Released From Jail, Gets Clinton Bump|
Grammy Award-winning rapper Lil Wayne was freed from jail after serving eight months of a yearlong sentence in a gun case, just two days after Bill Clinton voiced his support for "Weezy" in a phone interview.
|Eagle Rock Preps Rolling Stones Radio Special|
Eagle Rock Entertainment in association with Denny Somach Productions has announced completion of The Rolling Stones Thanksgiving Banquet, a one-hour radio special to coincide with the release of the concert film, "Ladies & Gentlemen…The Rolling Stones
|MJ To Put On A 'Circus'|
Two great forces in entertainment have combined with the announcement an arrangement between The Estate of Michael Jackson, represented by Executors John Branca and John McLain, and Cirque du Soleil.
|Arcade Fire 'Snubbed' By NATO|
NATO has reared its diplomatic head and caused Arcade Fire to cancel their Portuguese performance.
|Even The World Series Has Bieber Fever|
Game 3 of the World Series will be targeted to teenyboppers, thanks to Justin Bieber.
|Another Jackon's Name In Lights - Sisterella|
One of Michael Jackson's nephews will star alongside pop singer Taylor Dayne in the Los Angeles production of "Sisterella" next spring.
|Pharrell's Big, 'Nerd'y Plans|
one look at Pharrell Williams' resume - or scroll down his Wikipedia page - and you'll see that he's accomplished a lot.
|Hospital Names Surgery Wing For Rascal Flatts|
The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University is naming its pediatric surgery center for Rascal Flatts.
|'Campaigning' For Music Use|
With candidates trading barbs in one of the most contentious midterm elections in recent history, one group that's remained out of the fray have been headlining musicians.
|Donna Murphy, From Beaches To Broadway|
Donna Murphy will star in a new Broadway musical next year written by the best-selling author of "Beaches."
|Beyonce Is No Chicken...Maybe A Turkey Though|
Beyonce and the ABC network may become a Thanksgiving tradition.