New Queen/Rodgers Single Salutes AIDS Day

Queen + Paul Rodgers have recorded a new single, "Say It's Not True," to commemorate World AIDS Day on Saturday (Dec. 1).

Deerhunter’s Cox Steps Out With Atlas Sound

Although he's been making solo recordings for well over a decade, Deerhunter vocalist Bradford Cox will make his first big splash early next year with Atlas Sound.

Bedingfield Album Bumped To January Release

Natasha Bedingfield's sophomore album has shifted on the Epic release schedule once again. First expected last summer and then due Dec. 18, "N.B." is now pegged to arrive Jan. 15.

Toby Keith Infringement Suit Dismissed

A copyright infringement lawsuit brought against country star Toby Keith by singer/songwriter Michael McCloud has been dismissed.

Keys Keeps Cruising Atop Hot 100

Alicia Keys continues to cruise on the Billboard Hot 100 with "No One," which begins its second week atop the chart. The song is also No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a seventh straight frame.

Radiohead Sketches Out European Tour Dates

Radiohead has revealed a wealth of information on its Web site about its summer European tour, but in typically cryptic fashion, has withheld most specific dates and venues.

Sarzo Remembers Quiet Riot’s DuBrow

Rudy Sarzo and Kevin DuBrow's musical relationship stretched across four decades in Quiet Riot.

Dulli, Lanegan Wrap Gutter Twins Album

Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan have wrapped the debut album from their long-in-the-works Gutter Twins project.

Billboard Bits: Morrissey, Seal, Noise Pop Festival

Morrissey has signed a new record deal with Polydor/Decca in the U.K., according to a post from manager Merck Mercuriadis on The deal does not cover the U.S., where Morrissey most recently recorded for Sanctuary's revived Attack imprint.

Taylor, King Renew Friendship With L.A. Gigs

James Taylor still has a friend in Carole King.

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