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February 22, 2007 

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The Police
The Police Tour - Standing Room Only

After selling out in every market that concerts have been announced in, the Police are adding new shows.

Lou Pearlman
FBI Raids Music Exec's Offices - Investigates Boy-Band Architect, Lou Pearlman

Federal agents searched the home and office of Lou Pearlman amid mounting legal troubles for the man behind the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync.

XM Chairman Gary Parsons and Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin (AP Photo/XM Satellite Radio)
XM, Sirius Expected To Announce Merger & Lefsetz Responds

XM Satellite Radio stock rose after a research note renewed speculation about a proposed merger with rival Sirius Satellite Radio.

Dill, Turner & Rabhan
Music Row Execs Form Three Ring Projects

Jeff Rabhan, who left The Firm last fall, has rejoined the music scene.

Bill Gates
Jury Finds Against Microsoft In $1.5B Patent Dispute

Microsft Corp. must pay $1.5 billion (all figures U.S.) in damages to telecommunications equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent SA for violating two patents related to digital music, a federal jury ruled Thursday.

Fran Snyder and a devoted fan
The Hidden World Of House Concerts

Imagine the joy of listening to an accomplished singer/songwriter on a Saturday evening surrounded by a select group of friends.

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