Trail Of Dead Launches Imprint With Universal

Rock outfit ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead is launching its own label, Richter Scale Records, in association with Universal Music Group's Justice Records.

Disney Already Developing ‘Camp Rock’ Sequel

After the big debut of "Camp Rock" during the weekend, Disney Channel is wasting no time working on a sequel to the Jonas Brothers movie musical. The network hopes to go into production on a sequel in late spring or summer 2009, pending a script that's in development.

Hilary Duff Enrolls In ‘Cool’ School

Hilary Duff has found a way to beat the heat, joining the cast of the new Polish brothers comedy "Stay Cool."

Osborne Re-Teams With ‘Relish’ Crew For New CD

Singer/songwriter Joan Osborne has reunited with the production and writing team behind her 1995 breakthrough, "Relish," for her latest project, "Little Wild One."

The Billboard Q&A: Neil Young

Billboard.com picks the brain of rock mainstay Neil Young, on politics and recording past, future and present.

Stevie Wonder Pressing On With New Albums

Even as he hits the road in support of his A Wonder's Summer Night 2008 tour, Stevie Wonder is in the midst of two and possibly three recording projects.

Coldplay Completes Free Show Run In New York

With London and Barcelona under its belts, Coldplay kicked off a week of U.S. promotion last night (June 23) in New York by hosting a third and final free concert at Madison Square Garden. The 70-minute set featured mostly material from the new "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends," with a smattering of old hits.

The Vines, Insound Seal Exclusive U.S. Deal

The Vines' upcoming album, "Melodia," will be sold on CD exclusively in the United States by Insound beginning July 19, Billboard can reveal. The set, to be released by the Australian band's own Ivy League Records, is due July 12 internationally.

Billboard Bits: The Beatles, Morrison Hotel Gallery, Ding

As the music world continues to wait for the Beatles to bring their iconic catalog to iTunes for digital sale, talks reportedly are underway that may see the Fab Four's music included in videogames first.

The Verve Readies First Album Since 1997

The Verve has christened its reunion album "Four" and will release it before the end of the summer. The set is due Aug. 18 via EMI internationally and a day later in North America, where it will come out on the Verve's On Our Own imprint with distribution via MRI/Megaforce/RED.

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