|Death Toll Rises To 5 - Pukkelpop Canceled|
The Britrock band Skunk Anansie had the crowd hopping and gyrating when a sudden, fierce storm began pelting the main stage _ and the thousands watching them _ with rain and hail.
|Rihanna Helps 'Cover Drive' Pick Up Speed|
Rihanna's not just sitting pretty, enjoying her mega-successful career -- she's also lending a helping hand to other musical acts from Barbados.
|Officials Digging Into Belgian Fest Deaths Investigation |
Officials say prosecutors have launched an investigation into the deaths of five people during a violent thunderstorm at the annual Pukkelpop outdoor rock festival.
|48 Injured In Arena Collapse|
Nearly 50 people have been injured as temporary bleachers filled with some 3,000 people collapsed during a pop concert in Brazil.
|Tests Show No Illegal Drugs In Winehouse's Body|
Amy Winehouse had no illegal drugs in her system when she died, and it is still unclear what killed the singer, her family said Tuesday. The family said in a statement that toxicology tests showed "alcohol was present" in the singer's body but it hasn
|Winehouse Album Becomes Century's Bestseller|
Amy Winehouse is still hitting music milestones after her untimely death last month.
|Spotify Ups Paid Members Amid Free Membership Restrictions|
After Spotify introduced restrictions to its free service in May, it gained an impressive 520,000 subscribers.
|Tottenham Challenges Olympic Stadium Turnover To West Ham|
The High Court in London has given Premier League club Tottenham the right to seek a judicial review of the decision to award the Olympic Stadium to West Ham after the 2012 Games.
|Tune in Tel Aviv To Showcase At Reeperbahn Festival|
Israel, especially Tel Aviv, is full of musical talents and some of them - like Balkan Beat Box or Asaf Avidan - have been seen in the past years performing across the world. Now it's time to present some fresh acts which are stars at home, but still unk
|Comedian Attacked While Dressed As Moammar Gadhafi|
A British comedian says he was attacked with a bottle at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival while dressed as Moammar Gadhafi.
|Jazz Legend Wynton Marsalis To Perform In S.Africa|
Famed American trumpeter and composer Wynton Marsalis shared memories of his childhood and played a few tunes Tuesday morning in South Africa as a prelude to headlining Johannesburg's annual jazz festival.
|George Michael Reveals Partner Split On Stage|
George Michael made an emotional and introspective return to the stage on Monday, admitting mid-performance he'd split with long-term partner Kenny Goss and recalling his own troubled past with drugs.
|Village People Fight For Rights To YMCA|
A member of the 1970s disco group Village People who lives in south-east Wales is launching a legal fight for the rights to their classic hit YMCA.
|Sizzla Hospitalized After Being Struck By Car|
A Jamaican reggae singer known as "Sizzla" has been hospitalized after being hit by a car, but he is expected to recover.