Pink Steps Into The ‘Funhouse’

Pink has christened her new album "Funhouse," and will release it Oct. 28 via LaFace/Zomba. First single "So What" is No. 40 this week on Billboard's Pop 100 Airplay chart and No. 59 on the overall Pop 100.

The Verve To Continue On After Reunion Album

The Verve considers its forthcoming album "Forth," the reunited British group's first new set in 11 years, to be the beginning of its new era -- and the continuation of a career that's been interrupted by two previous break-ups.

Metallica Playing For Cheap In Berlin, London

Metallica is to play two budget-priced shows in London and Berlin to launch its album "Death Magnetic," including the opening show at the new 17,000-capacity O2 World arena in Berlin.

‘Mamma Mia!’ Seeks Audience Participation

Moviegoers who can't resist singing along to "Dancing Queen" are in luck. Universal aims to pump up Labor Day weekend grosses for its hit movie musical "Mamma Mia!" by presenting "Mamma Mia! The Sing-Along Edition" in select theaters nationwide.

Jonas Bros. Score Third-Best Debut Week Of ‘08

The Jonas Brothers score their first No. 1 album on The Billboard 200 this week with "A Little Bit Longer." The Hollywood effort bows with 517,000 copies, the third biggest sales frame this year behind Lil Wayne's "Tha Carter III" (1,006,000) and Coldplay's "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" (721,000).

Oasis Rocks Loudly, Proudly On New Album

Oasis gets back to its stripped-down rock roots on "Dig Out Your Soul," due Oct. 7 via Big Brother/Warner Bros. in the United States.

Dave Matthews Band’s Leroi Moore Dies At 46

Dave Matthews Band saxophone player LeRoi Moore, one of the group's founding members and a key part of its eclectic jazz-infused sound, died Tuesday (Aug. 19) from injuries he sustained in an all-terrain vehicle accident in June. He was 46.

Dave Matthews Band’s Leroi Moore Dies At 46

Dave Matthews Band saxophone player LeRoi Moore, one of the group's founding members and a key part of its eclectic jazz-infused sound, died Tuesday (Aug. 19) from injuries he sustained in an all-terrain vehicle accident in June. He was 46.

Cash To Rich: Use Of Father’s Name Is ‘Appalling’

Rosanne Cash is tired of people using her late father's name to further their own political agenda.

Slim

Marvin "Slim" Scandrick is no stranger to matters of the heart.

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