Phair Signs To ATO, ‘Guyville’ Reissue Due

Liz Phair has signed a new record deal with ATO, the first fruit of which will be a reissue of her classic 1993 debut, "Exile in Guyville." Due June 24, the set includes four previously unreleased audio tracks and a DVD with a documentary about the album's genesis.

Rage, Metallica Rock On At Reading, Leeds

American alternative rock giants Rage Against The Machine, Metallica and the Killers are the headliners for this summer's Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Mos Def To Play Chuck Berry In Chess Film

Rapper/actor Mos Def will play legendary rock'n'roller Chuck Berry in "Cadillac Records," which is filming in New Jersey. Beyonce is starring as Etta James in the film, which chronicles the rise of legendary label Chess Records.

Estelle, Duffy Continue U.K. Chart Reigns

Estelle and Duffy continued their reigns as the U.K.'s best-selling single and album artists respectively on new charts Sunday (March 30). Newcomer Sam Sparro had the week's hottest singles climber, while Panic At The Disco scored the highest album debut.

U2 Signs 12-Year Deal With Live Nation

Live Nation Inc has signed a 12-year global contract to handle the merchandising, digital and branding rights of U2, along with its touring. The deal comes just five months after Live Nation announced a comprehensive partnership with Madonna, which included her coveted recording rights.

Cyrus, Jonases Star At Kids’ Choice Awards

Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, the biggest, slimiest and loudest awards show of the year, hit decibel highs Saturday for teen star Miley Cyrus and boy band the Jonas Brothers.

Cornell Chats ‘Idol’/’Billie Jean’ Performance

Chris Cornell says he's surprised but flattered that "American Idol" contestant David Cook performed a cover of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" last week on the show, in what was nearly a note-for-note version of Cornell's own interpretation.

Beanie Sigel Sent Back To Jail

Rap star Beanie Sigel has returned to prison.

Sean Levert Dies After Jail Emergency

Sean Levert, son of lead O'Jays singer Eddie Levert and a member of a hit-making trio with his late brother Gerald Levert, has died after a medical emergency in jail.

Morello Trek To Feature Harper, Slash, Keenan

The New York show is a previously announced show benefiting Road Recovery and will feature Slash, Jerry Cantrell and Wayne Kramer of MC5.

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