Stones Reveal ‘Shine A Light’ Track List

The track list has been revealed for "Shine a Light," the soundtrack to Marin Scorsese's upcoming Rolling Stones documentary. The collection arrives April 1 via Interscope.

Mint Condition Finds New ‘Life’

Mint Condition, known best for their '90s R&B hits "Breakin' My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)" and "What Kind of Man Would I Be," is back with its ninth album, "e-Life," due May 6.

Famous Pals Belt It Out In Kimmel/Affleck Clip

Jimmy Kimmel's "I'm F*cking Ben Affleck" video on his late-night ABC talk show, which features such artists as Josh Groban, Perry Farrell, Macy Gray and members of Good Charlotte, tallied almost 500,000 views on YouTube less than 24 hours after it premiered.

Sevendust Pulls Out Of Mayhem Tour

Sevendust has pulled out of this summer's inaugural Rockstar Energy Mayhem tour, citing scheduling conflicts, according to a blog posting on the band's MySpace page.

STP, Linkin Park Set For Revived Edgefest

Stone Temple Pilots and Linkin Park will head the bill for the 2008 Edgefest in Toronto, which is returning after a one-year hiatus. The event will be held July 12 at Downsview Park.

Clapton Invited To Play In North Korea

North Korean officials have invited Eric Clapton to play a concert in the Communist state, a diplomat at the country's embassy in London said today (Feb. 26).

‘Beat It’ Cover Bolsters Fall Out Boy CD/DVD

A cover of Michael Jackson's "Beat It" is among the many treats to be found on "****," Fall Out Boy's first live release. Due April 8 via Island, the project will be available as a CD/DVD or DVD only; the Jackson cover is a studio version featuring a "special guest guitarist" yet to be named.

Latin Rock Getting Boost From Warped Tour

Latin acts are getting the Warped Tour stamp of approval this year, with Spain's indie electro-popsters the Pinker Tones booked for the entire U.S. run, plans underway for a Mexican installment of the Warped Tour and a special South by Southwest showcase.

Rush Live Album To Precede Spring Tour

Rush will unveil the sixth live album of its career, "Snakes & Arrows Live," just in time for its spring North American tour.

Sasquatch! Snags R.E.M., Cure, Lips, Death Cab

R.E.M., the Cure, Flaming Lips, Death Cab For Cutie, Modest Mouse and M.I.A. lead the bill for the 2008 Sasquatch! Music Festival, to be held May 24-26 at the Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy, Wash.

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