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March 07, 2005

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Brian "Head" Welch has been Baptized

March 07, 2005 04:33:50 GMT

Former Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, who announced his resignation last month after 13 years with the band, has been baptized by a Bakersfield California pastor, Ron Vietti on Saturday in the Jordan River.

Just weeks after quitting his band, drug habits and rock-and-roll lifestyle for religion, Brian now "feels like hugging people" after he previously felt like hurting someone because of his anger.
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Ray Charles' Missing Masters

March 07, 2005 04:05:51 GMT

Ray Charles' missing masters case has been dissolved as Police marks Charles longtime sound engineer, Terry Howard, innocent to the charge of stealing his 300 of master tapes, which missing wasn't recognized even at the time of his death on June 10.

Claiming professional jealously as the main cause of the case, Howard's lawyer Steve Crom, has told that the entire incident is actually a mix up. Since as a sound engineer Howard has had the every right take home material and work in their home studios, thus he yes has the copies of Charles master recordings but not the original ones.
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Again Artists Set for Charity Concert

March 07, 2005 03:45:21 GMT

Again, artists set for charity concert to donate Tsunami victims. Lauryn Hill and the Grammy-winning R&B quartet Boyz II Men are the two among musicians to perform live at the Force of Nature Concert for Tsunami Aid, a nonprofit organization in Kuala Lumpur dedicated to raise money and awareness for victims of natural disasters.

Accompanying them in the concert takes place in Kuala Lumpur on March 18, 2005 will be the Black Eyed Peas, the Backstreet Boys, Wyclef Jean and former members of hip-hop trio the Fugees. The money those musicians raise through the concert will be donated to rebuild communities devastated by the tsunami in Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and India.
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Bono, the Potential World Bank Leader Candidate

March 07, 2005 03:23:02 GMT

Treasury Secretary John Snow, a part of the Bush administration team working on finding a successor to James Wolfensohn, who is stepping down as nowadays head of the development bank on June 1, 2005 has uttered his deep concern and admiration to Irish rock star Bono.

Admiring the star for the many good things he's done to contribute to the world economic development, Snow claims Bono to be one of potential candidates to lead the World Bank, though an American is expected to get the job. Wont mention the other candidates, Snow frankly says "I will attest to my admiration for Bono" who according to him is a very pragmatic, effective and idealistic person.
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Olsen's Recovery from Anorexia

March 07, 2005 03:06:37 GMT

Teen star Mary-Kate Olsen has been visiting the anorexia unit at the UCLA medical center in Los Angeles, as part of her recovery from her eating disorder, the star's representative reveals.

Come to a more detail explanation the representative explains that Mary-Kate Olsen will just be an outpatient care in New York and Los Angeles because there is no acute problem right now.
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Janet Againsts Stalker

March 07, 2005 02:44:14 GMT

Pop singer Janet Jackson has ordered her lawyer to file papers in a Santa Monica court on Tuesday to ask a judge for protection against a New York man named Robert Gardner, who she says is an alleged stalker, in the form of a restraining order. The man has so far sent several faxes to Janet, one of which said "Dammit [sic] Janet I know it has been three years since we have been intimate but if you still love me it should not matter."

And recently Gardner has completely frighten Janet when he, finally after his last impending one, traveled to Los Angeles on February 28, 2005 in order to continue stalking on her. This of course really disturbing for Janet who suspects the man of waiting the right time to harm her. Went on to several details in her lawsuit, Janet also mentions some others scary incidents Gardner had ever done.
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Alanis Releases Jagged Little Pill Acoustic Version

March 07, 2005 02:13:15 GMT

In order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of her very success album, Jagged Little Pill, singer Alanis Morissette plans to release an acoustic version of it on June 13, 2005. For the unplugged version, Alanis will work along with Glen Ballard, who previously co-produced and co-wrote Jagged Little Pill.

According to Alanis "the acoustic set will follow the Pill track listing, yet will reinterpret the songs in ways that developed in my touring and acoustic shows over the past 10 years." The 2.0 edition, in addition, will also feature some extras that include video footage of Alanis' 18-month tour in 1995-96 and new artwork.
 
 
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