The Mars Volta Anchors L.A.’s Detour Festival

The Mars Volta, Gogol Bordello, Shiny Toy Guns, the Presets, Cut Copy, Matt Costa and the Black Lips will lead this year's third annual LA Weekly Detour Music Festival, to be held Oct. 4 on Main and 1st Streets in downtown Los Angeles.

Panic At The Disco, Dashboard To ‘Rock’ On Tour

Panic At The Disco and Dashboard Confessional will anchor the first "Rock Band"-branded tour this fall, which will offer local fans the chance to play the video game on stage in each market.

Creedence Albums Get Deluxe Reissue Treatment

Creedence Clearwater Revival's first six albums will be reissued in expanded versions on Sept. 30 via Fantasy Records, for which the band recorded until its 1972 breakup.

Jessie Baylin

"If you would have ever told me I'd be living in the South, I would have said you got to be freaking kidding me," says singer/songwriter Jessie Baylin of her new Nashville home.

Altercation Marrs Butthole Surfers NYC Show

The triumphant return of the Butthole Surfers to New York nearly ended in a melee last night (July 29) at Webster Hall, after frontman Gibby Haynes was escorted off-stage by security following a physical altercation with the club's soundman.

R. Kelly Still Steamy On New Song Leaks

R. Kelly doesn't spare any bedroom tales on a host of new songs leaked online this week, although it's unclear if they are intended to appear on his next Jive album, "12 Play 4th Quarter."

Cheech & Chong Plan First Tour In 25 Years

Now that their feud is up in smoke, Cheech and Chong are high on plans to reunite for their first comedy tour in more than 25 years. The trek will be announced today (July 30) during a press event in Hollywood.

Apes & Androids

It was only slightly more than a year ago that Apes & Androids started playing live shows, but one of their earliest gigs put the New York-based band in center court of Marc Ecko's office��a literal basketball court��for one of the designer's private parties.

Apes & Androids

It was only slightly more than a year ago that Apes & Androids started playing live shows, but one of their earliest gigs put the New York-based band in center court of Marc Ecko's office��a literal basketball court��for one of the designer's private parties.

Miley Trumps Sugarland To Lead Billboard 200

Miley Cyrus lands her second No. 1 album on The Billboard 200 as "Breakout" (Hollywood) bows with 371,000 U.S. copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That's the second-biggest sales week of the year for a female artist, following the 463,000 debut of Mariah Carey's "E=MC2" (Islan).

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