Chris Brown, Kanye West Rule American Music Awards

Chris Brown was the big winner, but it was Kanye West's night at the American Music Awards. Instead of his typical tantrum -- a trend West started four years ago when he lost the favorite new artist prize -- the rapper claimed two trophies last night (Nov. 23) and called on his colleagues to up their game.

Spokeswoman: Michael Jackson, Sheik Settle Suit

Michael Jackson has reached a settlement with a Bahraini sheik who says the singer owes him $7 million after breaching a signed contract, according to the pop star's spokeswoman. The out-of-court settlement means Jackson will not be giving evidence at London's High Court as scheduled today, Celena Aponte said.

Exclusive: Iovine Talks Axl, U2, Dre, Eminem

When Universal Music Group pushed highly anticipated albums from U2, Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent from the fourth quarter to 2009, it seemed like a final stake in the heart of music retail this year. But Interscope-Geffen-A&M chairman Jimmy Iovine refuses to apologize for the decision, which he says he made to ensure the projects would be the best they could be.

Paul McCartney: Beatles/iTunes Negotiations ‘Stalled’

The Beatles' back catalog won't be appearing on iTunes any time soon, according to Sir Paul McCartney.

Nickel Creek’s Watkins Inks With Nonesuch

Nickel Creek songwriter/fiddler Sarah Watkins has signed with Nonesuch, and will release her self-titled solo debut on April 7. The set was produced by Led Zeppelin legend John Paul Jones.

Testimony: Boy George Chained, Beat Escort

A Norwegian escort told a London court today (Nov. 24) that Boy George manacled him to a bedroom wall and beat him with a metal chain after accusing him of hacking into his computer.

Fountains Of Wayne Get Busy On New Album

It's been a busy year for Fountains Of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger.

No Doubt Regrouping For Tour, Album

No Doubt will return to the road in 2009 while it finishes its first studio album in seven years. The group made the announcement via an instant message transcript posted on its official Web site, but did not provide specific details.

No Doubt Regrouping For Tour, Album

No Doubt will return to the road in 2009 while it finishes its first studio album in seven years. The group made the announcement via an instant message transcript posted on its official Web site, but did not provide specific details.

Bon Jovi, Roger Waters Set For Live Earth India

Bon Jovi, Roger Waters and the Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am will join artists such as Anoushka Shankar, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Bipasha Basu at Live Earth India, to be held Dec. 7 at Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai.

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