‘Idol’ Download Rankings Appear On iTunes

Looking for a spoiler for "American Idol" tonight? Go to the iTunes Music Store.

Ashanti Drafts Pharrell, Dupri For New Disc

As its title suggests, Ashanti's new "The Declaration" is in many ways about womanhood and empowerment, which led the Long Island, N.Y., native to work with new producers.

Aborted Young/Crazy Horse Album To See Release

An April Fool's Day joke it's not: Neil Young has another unreleased album ready to see the light of day.

Kraftwerk/Neu! Member Klaus Dinger Dies

German musician Klaus Dinger, who played drums in the early days of Kraftwerk and went on to co-found Neu!, died March 21 of heart failure. He was 61.

Usher ‘Stands’ Strong On Upcoming Album

Originally scheduled for a June release, Usher's new album has been pushed forward due to what his label claims is "increasing global demand."

Elton John Backing Elvis Costello TV Show

Elvis Costello has signed on to host a new Sundance Channel TV show, "Spectacle: Elvis Costello With ...," which will be produced in conjunction with Elton John's Rocket Pictures production company.

Dr. Dog’s Train Keeps Rolling With ‘Fate’

According to Dr. Dog co-founder Scott McMicken, the band's prior albums were all about the experiment of making music, an "anything goes" approach.

Weiland Hits Back At Ex-Velvet Revolver Mates

A day after the non-singing members of Velvet Revolver announced they were moving on without him, frontman Scott Weiland has responded to the move via a venom-filled statement.

Rossdale Goes Solo For ‘Wanderlust’

Former Bush/Institute frontman Gavin Rossdale has wrapped his first solo album, "Wanderlust."

Day26 Upends Danity Kane To Debut At No. 1

One "Making the Band" act replaces another at the summit of The Billboard 200, as Day26's self-titled debut bumps Danity Kane's "Welcome to the Dollhouse" from No. 1. The new Bad Boy album moved 190,000 copies this week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, a marked decline from Danity Kane's 236,000-copy start last week.

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