Springsteen Rolls Out 2008 Tour Itinerary

After a quick North American run this fall, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band will be back on the road in full force starting next February. The group's tour in support of the new Columbia album "Magic" begins Feb. 28 in Hartford, Conn., and will run through April 30 in Charlottesville, Va.

Kaki King Exacts ‘Revenge’ On New Album

Guitarist Kaki King has set a March 4 release date for her fourth album, "Dreaming of Revenge." As previously reported, the Velour set was produced by Malcolm Burn.

Legal Wrangling Puts NIN Remix Site On Hold

A Trent Reznor-sanctioned home for fan remixes of his music is on hold due to a pending lawsuit between Universal Music Group and Google and News Corp.

Two James Brown Estate Trustees Quit

Two people in charge of a portion of James Brown's estate quit their positions today (Nov. 20) amid ongoing questions over the late soul singer's finances.

Pennywise Helps MySpace Move Into Ad-Supported Music

MySpace is joining the search for a new music industry business model by enlisting the help of advertising.

Ne-Yo Dropped From R. Kelly Tour

R&B singer Ne-Yo, who was tapped to open for R. Kelly on his Double Up tour alongside Keyshia Cole and J. Holiday, was relieved of his duties just a week into the trek, his label has confirmed.

Astbury: Cult Will Open For Zeppelin In ‘08

Not only is Led Zeppelin going back on the road in 2008, but they've selected the Cult as their opening act. That's according to Cult frontman Ian Astbury, who blabbed the news Saturday (Nov. 17) during a show in Cincinnati.

Daughtry Wins Big At American Music Awards

Chris Daughtry may not have won "American Idol," but his band, Daughtry, earned high enough honors at the American Music Awards last night (Nov. 18) to share the spotlight with Carrie Underwood and Justin Timberlake. For the first time in show history, winners were chosen by public votes cast online.

Prince, Bennett Surprise With Wonder In NYC

Stevie Wonder fans got more than they bargained for last night (Nov. 17), as Tony Bennett and Prince made surprise appearances during the R&B legend's sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden. It was Wonder's first headlining concert in the city since 1996.

Def Jam Rounds Up Rarities From Top Acts

Fans of the Def Jam roster will receive an unexpected stocking stuffer next month, when the label unveils "Def Jam Sessions, Vol. 1."

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