Flo Rida Starts Tenth Week Atop Hot 100

Flo Rida's "Low" enters a 10th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Low," while another new track, "Elevator," rockets 100-28 thanks to digital sales of 64,000 units. The rapper's debut album, "Mail on Sunday," is still more than three weeks away from its March 18 release.

Rod Stewart Steps Outside For Summer Tour

Rod Stewart will hit outdoor amphitheatres on his summer North American tour, which will begin July 30 in Pasa Robles, Calif. Bryan Adams will open the first seven dates.

Hancock, Jarreau Top Playboy Jazz Fest Lineup

Grammy winner Herbie Hancock is among the headliners slated for the 2008 Playboy Jazz Festival.

Elbow Inks With Geffen For New Album

U.K. rock act Elbow has inked a new deal with Fiction/Geffen, which will on April 22 release the band's new album, "The Seldom Seen Kid." First single "One Day Like This" will be available digitally on March 18.

Wilco, Panic, Bowie Set For ‘Heroes’ Soundtrack

Wilco, Panic At The Disco, Imogen Heap, Brighton Port Authority featuring Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Bob Dylan are among the artists contributing tracks to the soundtrack for NBC's hit show "Heroes," due March 18.

Third Day Guitarist Avery Exiting Band

Third Day guitarist Brad Avery is exiting Christian rock titan Third Day after a 13-year stint in the group.

Star Rappers Help Bun B Reload For ‘II Trill’

UGK rapper Bun B has set an April 29 release date for his first release since his UGK partner Pimp C died late last year. The Rap-A-Lot/Asylum set "II Trill" is led by the single "That's Gangsta" featuring Sean Kingston, and produced by JR Rotem.

Carly Simon Joins Hear Music For New Album

Carly Simon has joined ex-paramour James Taylor, Paul McCartney and Joni Mitchell on the roster of Starbucks' Hear Music label.

Eminem Memoir Penciled In For Fall

Eminem is working on a book that's "every bit as raw and uncensored as the man himself," according to his publisher. Dutton Books, an imprint of The Penguin Group, will publish the rapper's "The Way I Am" this fall.

Mellencamp, King Musical Finally Ready To Open

The John Mellencamp/Stephen King musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County," details of which were first revealed by Billboard in 2000, will finally open in April 2009 at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre.

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