Chris Brown, Rihanna Were No-Shows At Kids’ Choice Awards

Chris Brown and Rihanna, who added star power to last year's Kids' Choice Awards, were conspicuously absent at the annual event on Saturday.

Prince Overcomes Sound Problems On One-Night Tour

Prince stuck to the numeral three theme, performing three different sets, each with distinct musical flavors and backing musicians, at the L.A. complex's trio of venues: the Nokia Theatre, the Conga Room and Club Nokia.

Nickelback Dominates Canada’s Juno Awards

Alberta rockers Nickelback dominated the Junos, Canada's music awards, on Sunday night as they won trophies for group of the year and album of the year for "Dark Horses" and the fan choice award.

Coldplay, Beasties, Tool Headlining All Points West

Coldplay, Tool and the Beastie Boys will headline the second annual All Points West Music & Arts Festival, to be held July 31- Aug. 2 at Liberty State Park in New Jersey, just across the Hudson River from lower Manhattan.

Rancid To ‘Let The Dominoes Fall’ In June

Nineties punk mainstay Rancid has completed work on "Let the Dominoes Fall," the band's seventh album and first in six year.  "Dominoes" is scheduled for June 2 release on Hellcat/Epithat, and the band kicks off a national tour with Rise Against on June 4.

Crosby, Stills And Nash Dust Off Demos

Early recordings of a dozen Crosby, Stills & Nash tracks -- including favorites such as "Marrakesh Express," "Almost Cut My Hair," "Deja Vu," "Love the One You're With" and "Chicago" -- will be featured on "Crosby, Stills & Nash Demos," coming out June 2 on Rhino.

Diplo Takes Mad Decent Downtown

Producer Diplo, best known for his work with M.I.A., has announced a joint venture between his label, Mad Decent, and Downtown Records.

Judas Priest To Revisit ‘British Steel’ On Summer Tour

Judas Priest plans to play albums from its past and present in their entirety this year. The group will hold a preliminary 30th anniversary of its 1980 "British Steel" album during a 17-date North American summer concert tour

Tortoise Boards the ‘Ancestorship’ This June

Veteran post-rock act Tortoise will return June 23rd with their first new studio album in five years. Entitled "Beacons of Ancestorship," the eleven song Thrill Jockey set was recorded primarily from Summer of 2008 through early 2009 at drummer John McEntire's Soma Studios in Chicago.

T.I. To Be Sentenced On Weapons Charges

Rapper T.I. is expected to be sentenced to a year and a day in prison Friday on federal weapons charges.

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