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News 01/06/2006

Grammy-winning singer Lou Rawls, who sold over 40 million albums in his five-decade career, died early Friday in Los Angeles. Rawls, best known for the hit "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine," had battled lung and brain cancer. He was 72.

Nick Lachey told Elle magazine that his and Jessica Simpson's "exposure" on MTV's "Newlyweds" was partly to blame for the disintegration of their marriage. Meanwhile, People magazine have reported that Lachey and Simpson have put up for sale their Calabassas, California, home that was prominently featured in their hit reality series. The asking price: $3.75 million.

Former British glam rocker Gary Glitter was formally charged Friday with committing obscene acts with two girls, ages 10 and 11, at a Vietnamese resort town. The charges carry a prison sentence of three to seven years.

Hip-hop star Mike Jones was hit with a lawsuit by NuTech Digital for allegedly failing to turn up for an Oct. 10 concert at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, despite being paid in advance.

Janet Jackson is reportedly in talks to settle her lawsuit against a New Jersey businessman over memorabilia she claims was stolen from her and her brother, Michael Jackson.

After finishing promotional duties for its latest disc, Make Believe, Weezer will take a time out while frontman Rivers Cuomo heads back to Harvard in February to complete his degree in English. He'll graduate in June, eight years after he first started.

The Temptations are recording 15 Motown classics for their upcoming album hitting stores on Jan. 31.

News 01/05/2006

The body of Cowsills singer Barry Cowsill was discovered on a New Orleans wharf Dec. 28, four months after Hurricane Katrina. His death was attributed to the hurricane. He was 51.

Creed frontman Scott Stapp and former Miss NY USA Jaclyn Nesheiwat are planning to marry on Feb. 10.

Jessica Simpson will open the 32nd annual People's Choice Awards with a performance on Jan. 10.

A judge has tossed out Michael Jackson's $10 million lawsuit against a New Jersey man over memorabilia Jackson claimed had been stolen.

Tracey Edmonds has filed for divorce from Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, her husband of 13 years. The couple announced their separation in October.

Fred Durst is engaged to girlfriend Leyla Bearman after popping the question on Dec. 30, Us Weekly reports.

Bee Gee Barry Gibb has bought the home in Hendersonville, Tennessee, where Johnny Cash lived for 35 years with his wife, June Carter Cash.

News 01/04/2006

Madonna is joining with Celebrity Cellars to issue commemorative editions of wine in her honor.

Jamie Foxx will showcase his hit album on the NBC music special "Jamie Foxx: Unpredictable" on Jan. 25.

Columbia Records are dropping Nellie McKay following a dispute about the release of her upcoming sophomore album, Pretty Little Head.

Legendary Who guitarist Pete Townshend has warned iPod users to turn the volume down or risk developing hearing problems as severe as those he suffered after years of using headphones in the recording studio.

News 01/03/2006

Music retailers experienced their steepest sales drop in more than three years, with CD sales for 2005 declining more than 10 percent compared with 2004.

News 01/02/2006

Rapper Obie Trice is recovering after being shot early Saturday while driving on a Michigan freeway; police say there are no suspects in the case.

Welsh crooner Tom Jones has been made a knight in Queen Elizabeth’s New Year Honours list. The singer joins pop-rock knights including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Mick Jagger, and Sir Elton John.

Rock star Bono’s political activism have caused tensions within U2 the Irish singer told the BBC. They are "hugely supportive," he said, "but they are in a rock 'n 'roll band, and the first job of a rock 'n 'roll band is not to be dull. So we have to be very careful about just letting me go too far."

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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