Page: No Chance Of Zeppelin Tour Until September

Don't expect to see Led Zeppelin on the road near you this summer. The current incarnation of the veteran rock act, which reunited for a triumphant Dec. 10 concert at London's 02 Arena, has no plans to play live -- until at least after September, says guitarist Jimmy Page.

Scouting For Girls, Basshunter Lead U.K. Charts

Scouting For Girls retained the No. 1 spot on the new U.K. album chart with their self-titled Epic debut, while "Now You're Gone" (Hard2Beat) by Basshunter featuring DJ Mental Theos did the same on the singles survey, which welcomed a new top 10 hit for Kelly Rowland.

Cyrus, Engvall Take The ‘Bait’

Crooner-turned-actor Billy Ray Cyrus and comedian Bill Engvall are set to star in the straight-to-DVD comedy "Bait Shop" for Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

Billboard Bits: MMJ, Rowdy Frynds, Ray Manzarek

My Morning Jacket has christened its fifth studio album "Evil Urges." As previously reported, the set is due June 10 via ATO and was recorded in New York late last year with co-producer Joe Chiccarelli.

Lil Wayne Hit With Felony Drug, Gun Charges

The Yuma County (Ariz.) Attorney's Office filed felony drug and weapons charges today (Jan. 25) against Lil Wayne.

John Rich Recording Solo Album

John Rich, who along with Big Kenny Alphin makes up genre-bending duo Big & Rich, will release a solo album later this year on Warner Bros.

Budden Bounces Back With ‘Padded Room’

If all goes as planned, rapper Joe Budden will release his first album in five years, "Padded Room," in the spring. "Padded Room" will be the follow-up to 2003's "Joe Budden," which launched the hit "Pump It Up."

Slash: Weiland Playing With STP This Summer

After Velvet Revolver wraps a spring tour in support of its second album, "Libertad," frontman Scott Weiland will rejoin his former bandmates in Stone Temple Pilots for a handful of summer reunion shows, guitarist Slash tells

Gnarls CD Nearly Done; Danger Mouse Branches Out

Gnarls Barkley's sophomore album is nearing completion, although a name and a release date have yet to be revealed.

Vineland Festival Postponed Until 2009

The inaugural Vineland Festival, originally scheduled for Aug. 8-10 in Vineland, N.J., has been moved to early summer 2009. Producers C3 Presents and Festival Republic made the change in response to the overall festival traffic in the Northeast and major bands touring through this area at the same time.

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