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|A Los Angeles judge on Friday ended Courtney Love's house arrest for drug-related probation violations. The judge says Love has put her "gnarly drug problem" behind her.
Former teen idol Leif Garrett has voluntarily checked into a live-in drug-rehab facility after failing a recent drug test and violating his
probation stemming from his 2004 cocaine arrest.
The Foo Fighters is set to launch their first acoustic tour in May playing material from their 2005 release In Your Honor.
An appeals court in new York have tossed a multi-million-dollar lawsuit brought by a man who claims a radio station's Britney Spears hoax was responsible for his wife's death when she fell and hit her head outside the station's headquarters upon seeing a Spears impersonator.
Vietnam is set to try faded British glam rocker Gary Glitter on child-molestation charges in late February.
Former Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin are close to beginning work on the band's first studio album since their break up in 2000, Billboard reports.
|Paul McCartney will make his first Grammy appearance at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards Feb. 8, where he is nominated in three categories. Kelly Clarkson and Ciara are also scheduled to perform at the Grammys.
Nick Lachey has co-founded www.yfly.com, an Internet networking and chat site designed to keep kids safe by blocking potential online predators. The site was expected to launch Thursday, People magazine reports.
Christian singer Chris Tomlin led the Dove Award nominations for gospel music on Wednesday with nine, including Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year.
R. Kelly scored a leading three nominations for the 20th Annual Soul Train Music Awards. Kelly will also receive the inaugural Stevie Wonder Award for career achievement in song writing. Wonder will present the honor at the March 4 ceremony.
|A lawyer for former Culture Club singer Boy George says his client is innocent and will fight a drug possession charge that carries a 15-year prison term. A new hearing was set for Mar. 8.
Barry Manilow will perform on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars 2" Friday, singing "Copacabana," "Unchained Melody," and, appropriately, "They Dance."
Organizers have announced that Madonna will open up next week's Grammys by performing with the animated band Gorillaz, the first time a human-cartoon combo has played the ceremony.
Diddy is unveiling his first fragrance, dubbed Unforgivable, that will retail for $55 and hit stores the day after Valentine's Day.
Per USA Today, the Black Eyed Peas are launching their first headlining tour starting Mar. 23 in Fresno that will hit more than 35 cities across North America.
|Destiny's Child will reuniting for a final time to perform the national anthem at the 2006 NBA All-Star Game in Houston Feb. 19.
Great White's former tour manager agreed to plead guilty to 100 counts of involuntary manslaughter stemming from a deadly 2003 fire in a Rhode Island nightclub in exchange for a sentence of no more than 10 years behind bars.
Depeche Mode and Tool will headline the seventh annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival April 29-30 in Indio, California. Other acts include Franz Ferdinand, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Scissor Sisters, Common, and many more.
Radiohead and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will headline the fifth annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival June 16-18 in Manchester, Tennessee. Beck, Elvis Costello, and Bonnie Raitt are among the artists scheduled to appear.
In a deposition made public Friday, music producer Phil Spector said he was sober when he was arrested in the death of actress Lana Clarkson but confused because police had zapped him with stun-gun.
Bryan Adams performed a concert for about 10,000 fans in Karachi, Pakistan, on Sunday to benefit students affected by the massive earthquake that shook the country Oct. 8, killing more than 73,000. Adams' performance marked the first big show by a western singer in Pakistan in decades.
About 800 friends and family members of the late Wilson Pickett gathered in Kentucky Saturday to mourn the singer-songwriter, who died Jan. 19 following a heart attack.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources