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February 25, 2006

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Eric Clapton Back on the Road

February 25, 2006 06:43:45 GMT

On the wake of his September 2005 released album "Back Home," great musician Eric Clapton is back on the road. The renowned guitarist has planned to spend the late spring and early summer on an extensive tour of Europe.

Beginning the tour on May 5 in Le Cannet, France, Clapton will then continue visiting 13 countries through its July 31 conclusion in Helsinki. Supporting him on the run will be guitarists Doyle Bramhall II and Derek Trucks, keyboardists Chris Stainton and Tim Carmon, bassist Willie Weeks, drummer Steve Jordan, the Kick Horns and vocalists Michelle John and Sharon White.
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Pantera Will Have Rebel Meets Fans in May

February 25, 2006 06:18:31 GMT

Long after the tragic on-stage murder of its member Dimebag Darrell in December 2004, Pantera is now coming back to the music scene with a soon-to-be released new album.

Dubbed "Rebel Meets Rebel", the set is planned for a May 2nd release date. Detailing on the tracks inside, drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott revealed "Some of the songs are about gambling, some of them are about broken hearts and some are about drinking." Also he added "There's stuff on there that's balls-out metal, and there's stuff that's country. There's even a flamenco guitar song."
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Sex Pistols Not Coming to the Hall of Fame

February 25, 2006 05:07:27 GMT

Sex Pistols aren't planning to attend their upcoming induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame set to take place at New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel on March 13th. Why?

Well, the bellow-handwritten message posted on the band's Web site Friday might answer your curiosity. It written there "Next to the SEX PISTOLS rock and roll and that hall of fame is a piss stain. Your museum. Urine in wine. Were (sic) not coming. Were (sic) not your monkey and so what?"
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Clashes Broke Out During Stones Concert

February 25, 2006 04:47:09 GMT

Not only The Rolling Stones concert in Buenos Aires Thursday brought joy to the band fans, but also clashes. The incident happened when dozens of fans trying to enter the concert without having tickets.

The fans were stopped by police at the entrances to the Monumental soccer stadium where the Stones about to perform. It wasn't stop there as police then fired rubber bullets and used water cannons and clubs. The angry fans replied by throwing rocks and bottles at police.
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Simon West Is in Talks to Direct Vacancy

February 25, 2006 04:26:30 GMT

Vacancy picture
Hollywood movie industry has something new to be reported. It's about Simon West talks to direct the upcoming horror thriller "Vacancy" for the Sony genre label.

Detailing on the film project, "Vacancy" is written by Mark L. Smith and centers its story on a young married couple who become stranded at a desolate motel and realize that their lives could be in danger.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Bono, Geldof Vie for Nobel Peace Prize

February 25, 2006 04:11:36 GMT

Just two weeks after his winning at the Grammy Awards, rock star Bono now ups for Nobel Peace Prize, the biggest prize of all. The musician and fellow star Bob Geldof are among the 191 nominees for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

Bono's being nominated for Nobel this time is his second year in a row, and third time in four years. Among the other nominees there is also former mayor of New York Rudolph Giuliani and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who helped organize a peace deal in Indonesia's tsunami-ravaged Aceh province.
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10 Hot Country Songs

February 25, 2006 03:37:34 GMT

The Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart has a new champion as Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel" has been replaced by Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton's "When I Get Where I'm Going". This succession marks Paisley's fifth chart topper since "Mud on the Tires" held pole position the week of February 5, 2005. Meanwhile, it's the 25th No. 1 for Parton.

At No. 2 on the chart is Josh Turner's "Your Man", followed closely behind by Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel" at No. 3 and Kenny Chesney's "Living In Fast Forward" at No. 4. Rascal Flatts' "What Hurts The Most" ups two places from last week No. 7 to No. 5, while Keith Urban's "Tonight I Wanna Cry" downs two to No. 6. No. 7 is Sugarland's "Just Might (Make Me Believe)".
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The lineup for the 2006 Playboy Jazz Festival

February 25, 2006 03:17:40 GMT

The Playboy Jazz Festival is going to celebrate its 28th anniversary. The event will be held at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl on June 17-18.

Have been tapped to perform at the festival are Branford Marsalis, Jamie Cullum, Ozomatli, McCoy Tyner and Elvis Costello and The Imposters with Allen Toussaint.
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Shanice Is Still Every Woman Dreams

February 25, 2006 02:24:35 GMT

Has fulfilled her dream of starting a family, Shanice is back from her 5-years hiatus. Bringing into the world the so-called "Every Woman Dreams", she is still an idol which is apparent for everyone as her video is getting serious play at yahoo with almost 100,000 plays during its first week of release.

Hit the market on Feb 21st, 2006, "Every Woman Dreams is based one hundred percent on my life experience", Shanice explains while adding "Sometimes in life we get a little insecure, not only with our relationship with a man, but in general, life. I want women to stop settling and to start feeling good about themselves -- Lovin' ourselves".
 
 
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