Smashing Pumpkins Ready 20th Anniversary Tour

As expected, the Smashing Pumpkins will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a fall tour featuring unique set lists. The trek begins Nov. 1 in Cleveland and wraps Dec. 2-3 in Los Angeles. During multiple-night engagements, for which special ticket bundles will be available, the band promises to not repeat any song on the set lists.

Clay Aiken To ‘People’: ‘Yes, I’m Gay’

Clay Aiken is finally confirming what many people already knew: He's gay. The cover of the latest People magazine shows Aiken holding his infant son, Parker Foster Aiken, with the headline: "Yes, I'm Gay."

Neil Diamond Extends North American Tour

Neil Diamond has added 13 new dates to his North American tour in support of the album "Home Before Dark." The freshly added shows begin Nov. 22 in Grand Forks, N.D., and wrap Jan. 8 in Portland, Ore.

Busta Rhymes Shifts To Universal Motown

Busta Rhymes has joined Universal Motown after quietly leaving Interscope earlier this year.

Lawyer: DMX In Hospital, ‘Should Be OK’

Rapper DMX was admitted to an Aventura, Fla., hospital yesterday (Sept. 22), according to his laywer Bradford Cohen, a day before he was scheduled to appear in an Arizona court.

Third Eye Blind Opens Up With Indaba

Third Eye Blind is inviting fans to witness -- and even take part in -- the completion of its next album, "Ursa Major."

Barker Has Surgeries For Burns Suffered In Crash

Despite several surgeries for burns over his torso and lower body, former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker is trying to stay positive after a South Carolina plane crash that killed four, including two close friends, a spokesman for the star's clothing company said today (Sept. 23).

Los Amos de Nuevo Leon

Ask Jos�� Guajardo, lead singer of Los Amos de Nuevo Le��n, to explain "El Hyphy" as it applies to regional Mexican music, and he will politely but firmly refer you to the lyrics of his group's hit song of the same name.

Gallagher Ailing, Oasis Postpones More Shows

Oasis has postponed three additional shows in the wake of injuries suffered by guitarist Noel Gallagher during a Sept. 7 onstage attack in Toronto.

‘Youth’ Movement: Lykke Li

Lykke Li's childhood was unconventional, nomadic and even sort of romantic. The Swedish singer -- full name Li Lykke Timotej Zachrisson -- was born to a photographer mother and musician father who raised Li and her siblings in Sweden, Portugal and India.

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