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29 February 2008 08:39 am
After 30 years of its release, Gloria Gaynor continues to ride the success of "I Will Survive," touring the country and the world over and performing her signature song on dozens of TV shows.
29 February 2008 08:32 am
Carmit Bachar has quit the Pussycat Dolls.
The singer - who joined the band in 1995 when it was a burlesque group - announced yesterday (28.02.08) she is leaving to "pursue other projects".
28 February 2008 04:27 am
The Spice Girls have bid an emotional goodbye to fans in a thank you note on their website.
The group, who performed their final reunion concert on Tuesday in Toronto, Canada, paid tribute to "the most loyal fans in the world".
"Our time is up... we've come to the end of the road... there are tears of sadness and joy," their message said.
27 February 2008 08:30 am
iTunes has become the second largest music retailer in the US selling its 4 billionth song. They are second only to the brick and mortar powerhouse of Wal-Mart.
Of course the major labels continue to look at alternatives to iTunes that will allow them to make more on music downloads.
27 February 2008 05:23 am
Madonna's final album for Warner Bros will be named Hard Candy and is to be released in Europe on 28 April, then in North America the following day.
22 February 2008 09:58 am
Kylie Minogue has been named Best International Female Solo Artist at the annual Brit awards in London.
"I'm all overcome. This is incredible," the Australian pop princess told the crowd as she collected her award.
14 February 2008 07:31 am
Bon Jovi have announced plans for a band documentary, appointing an acclaimed director to helm the project.
Barbara Kopple will put together the movie, as the veteran rockers prepare to embark on their upcoming world tour.
14 February 2008 07:27 am
The Police will take one more victory lap through North America on their massively successful reunion tour before calling it quits for good.
The Police -- Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland -- will play another 30-odd dates in May and July in North America, with 15 previously announced European concerts sandwiched between in June.
14 February 2008 07:26 am
Sir Paul McCartney is ready to offer estranged wife Heather Mills £30 million to "get her off my back".
The Beatles legend, who arrived at London's High Court for the third day of his divorce battle with Heather yesterday (13.02.08), is said to have instructed his lawyer Fiona Shackleton to increase his original £10 million settlement offer.
12 February 2008 04:30 am
"Thriller," the biggest-selling album ever, wasn't the only Michael Jackson work released in November 1982. A few weeks before it was set to hit stores, MCA Records released an album of Jackson reading the story of "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" and performing the original song "Someone in the Dark." The album promotion, which featured posters of Jackson and E.T. looking very friendly, angered CBS Records, which felt it was stealing the thunder from "Thriller." Lawsuits ensued. Both albums ended up winning Grammys the following year.