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Roger Waters (AP Photo)
Roger Waters Moves Concert From Tel Aviv

Pink Floyd bass player Roger Waters has moved his summer concert from Tel Aviv to the joint Jewish-Arab village of Neve Shalom, Channel 2 TV has reported.


Ashanti (AP Photo)
Ashanti Show Canceled After Cousin Killed

Ashanti pulled out of a concert over the weekend after her cousin was killed by a 17-year-old drunken driver, authorities said.


What's In A Name: The Raconteurs Become Saboteurs

Jack White's new project The Raconteurs suffered a setback when they learned that they will be unable to use the name in Australia.


Coldplay (AP Photo)
EMI Gives Upbeat Trading Statement

British music publisher EMI Group PLC reported its first annual sales gain in five years Thursday, as artists including Coldplay and Gorillaz and rapid growth in digital revenues helped it outperform the global music market.


Mick and Keith
Stones Say They Don't Need Wheelchair Access At Concert

The Rolling Stones have balked at a demand the stage for their Auckland concert Sunday have wheelchair access.


EMI Up On Acquisition Rumor

The third time may be the charm for EMI and Time-Warner. The two companies, which have attempted mergers in the past on two separate occasions, seem to be gearing up for another run.


Michael Jackson (AP Photo)
New Michael Jackson Album Due Next Year

Michael Jackson has returned to the studio and plans to release a new album next year for a record label owned by the son of Bahrain's king.


Aussie Music May Be Spared

An emergency meeting was held to avert a plan that could result in the music of Cold Chisel, Midnight Oil, Australian Crawl and Missy Higgins banned from Australian pubs and clubs.


Juanes (AP Photo)
Colombian Singer Juanes Fights Land Mines

Colombian rock star Juanes was staging a rare concert Wednesday at the European Parliament as part of his campaign fighting against land mines, a spokeswoman said.


Pete Doherty (AP Photo)
Rocker Pete Doherty Ordered To Rehab

A judge ordered rocker Pete Doherty to attend an 18-month drug rehabilitation program Thursday and placed him on two years' probation.

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