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INTERNATIONAL NEWS


Metallica Concert Sells Out In Less Than 30 Minutes – Smashes Olympic Stadium Record!

Tickets for Metallica's July 15 concert at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki, Finland reportedly sold out less than 30 minutes.


Roger Waters
Roger Waters Wants Pink Floyd Reunion

Roger Waters has reportedly said that he would be open to another Live8-style Pink Floyd reunion with his former bandmates David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright.


Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis
Glastonbury Seeks 4-Year License, Capacity Increase

The organizers of the Glastonbury Festival are hoping for approval for the event to take place through 2010, and to increase the capacity by 27,500 people.


The Isle Of Wight Festival Sells Out In Record Time!

The Isle Of Wight Festival, now in its sixth year since it was revived by John Giddings, has sold out faster than ever before, with all 50,000 tickets being snapped up within days.


The Police
The Police Head To Europe

The biggest show of 2007 has announced the initial set of dates for the European leg of the sell-out tour.


Michael
George Michael To Play First Concert At The New Wembley Stadium

LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) -- George Michael will be the first artist to play a concert at the new Wembley Stadium on 9 June 2007 as part of his British and European Stadium tour.


Universal France Tests DRM Free Downloads

Universal Music in France seems to be quietly testing the DRM-free waters with the digital version of "L'Olympia," the first live album from Emilie Simon.


Ticketmaster Launches TicketExchange In London

The Brighton Centre has selected Ticketmaster as their exclusive secondary market ticketing provider becoming the first venue in the UK to launch Ticketmaster’s TicketExchange.


George Michael
George Michael Faces Additional Drug Charge

George Michael, who was arrested after police found him slumped over the steering wheel of his car in an intersection in north London last October, will face an additional charge, a prosecutor said Wednesday.


Venus Flytrap
Thai Ladyboy Sensation

They may look like Thailand's answer to Girls Aloud, but this girl band is really a boy band.


EMI Turns Down Offer From Warner Music

Music company EMI Group PLC said it has received and rejected a $4.1 billion takeover proposal from Warner Music Group.


Coldplay
Britain's Coldplay Working On New Album

Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin said Sunday his band is working on a new album featuring what he called a quintessential song that everybody should hear "before we die."


Bakker Steps Down At MTV

Michiel Bakker, the head of MTV Networks in the UK and Ireland has announced that he is departing the firm after 20 years.


Kanye West
Kanye West Gets Food Delivery From U.K.

If Kanye West were to walk into the British Raj's dining room and order dinner, it would cost the rapper about $17.50.


Eurovision Contest May Ban Israeli Entry

Eurovision Song Contest organizers said they might ban this year's Israeli entry because it may have an inappropriate political message.


Stookey
Noel Paul Stookey Sings Protest Song About Abducted Japanese Schoolgirl

Noel Paul Stookey has written a protest song about a Japanese schoolgirl abducted by North Korean agents in 1977.


Jackson
Jackson Charging $3,500 For 30 Seconds

Smiling and waving to screaming fans, Michael Jackson arrived in Japan on Sunday for his second visit in recent years.


Michael Jackson
Tickets Still Available For Jackson Events

Promoters said tickets were still available for Michael Jackson's two exclusive fan events in Tokyo this week.

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