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|Sheryl Crow announced Friday that she has undergone successful breast cancer surgery and will begin radiation treatment. The Grammy winner has postponed her North American tour to focus on her recovery.
U2's Bono and rocker-activist Bob Geldof were once again nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, joining a field of 191 nominees, the second longest list in the prize's 105-year history.
At least 20 people were injured when ticketless fans clashed with police in Argentina Thursday after trying to enter a concert by the Rolling Stones.
Mariah Carey’s Emancipation of Mimi won best album at Saturday’s 37th Annual NAACP Image Awards.
Newbie British rockers The Arctic Monkeys snagged three trophies including best British band and best new band, at the NME Awards on Thursday, the UK's version of the Grammys.
Rock group Korn was honored by their hometown, Bakersfield, after the city named a small stretch of road near the local arena "Korn Row."
My Morning Jacket, Moe., and the North Mississippi Allstars snagged three nods a piece to lead the list of nominees for this year's Jammy Awards, honoring the best in improvisational live music. The Jammys will be handed out April 20 at New York's Theater at Madison Square Garden.
A free Carlos Santana concert in San Francisco that was planned for April 22 as part of events commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the devastating 1906 earthquake has been postponed because promoters haven't raised enough money.
Branford Marsalis, Ozomatli, Elvis Costello, and Jamie Cullum are among the artists set to play the 2006 Playboy Jazz Festival, taking place at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl June 17 and 18. Bill Cosby will emcee.
|Brazil's government gave a packet of condoms and anti-AIDS information to Bono, who praised the country's anti-AIDS campaign.
Apple announced Thursday that one billion songs have been legally downloaded from its iTunes Music Store since it was launched less than three years ago. The billionth song downloaded was Coldplay's "Speed of Sound."
The Killers' former manager, Braden Merrick, is suing the band for $16 million for alleged breach of contract, claiming he was fired last May once the band began to gain success.
Michael Stipe, Bright Eyes, Chuck D, and Rufus Wainwright are among the artists signing on for "Bring 'Em Home Now," a Mar. 20 concert at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom.
|A judge has signed a temporary injunction blocking a California porn distributor from releasing a sex tape featuring Kid Rock, Scott Stapp, and four women.
Three studio-quality tracks from Guns N' Roses' long-delayed Chinese Democracy album were leaked to the Internet. The news comes a few weeks after singer Axl Rose turned up at a Korn tour party in Los Angeles and told Rollingstone.com that "people will hear music this year."
Jewel will headline the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Auto Club 500 pre-race show at California Speedway on Sunday.
|Celine Dion, Elton John, and comedian Jerry Seinfeld performed a benefit at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas and raised $2.1 million for some 8,000 casino workers living in the Gulf Coast region.
While in Brazil this week on U2's Vertigo Tour, Bono donated one of his guitars to benefit Brazil's Zero Hunger campaign, which aims to ensure Brazilians have three meals a day before the end of this year.
Kevin Federline is ready for the backlash over his new role as "white boy rapper" and defends himself in this week's issue of Newsweek as a father and husband. "If I was that bad, you think anyone, let alone Britney, would put up with it?"
Carnivale came one week early to Rio de Janeiro. On Saturday, the Rolling Stones gave a free concert for a crowd of 1 million people at Copacabana Beach. Mick Jagger visited his Brazilian son Lucas at school on Monday in Sao Paulo, two days after the Stones gave the concert. The rock star's cameo caused so much commotion that his son left in tears with his mother.
U2’s Bono lunched with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Sunday to discuss fighting poverty.
Surviving members of the Bee Gees, Barry and Robin Gibb, reunited in Miami Saturday for the first time since their brother Maurice died to raise money for diabetes research, performing their hits including "Stayin' Alive" and "How Deep is Your Love."
British glam rocker Gary Glitter will go on trial March 2 in Vietnam on charges of committing obscene acts with two underage girls, the judge said Monday. The trial is expected to last two days and will be closed to the public.
William Cowsill, lead singer of the 1960s family band The Cowsills, which inspired "The Partridge Family" TV series, has died. He was 58.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources