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Razorlight Fight
Gigwise reports: Razorlight's performance in Lyon last night was halted mid-set because of an altercation between Johnny Borrell and bassist Carl Dalemo. 

The pair reportedly exchanged insults before they came to blows onstage. Borrell then stormed off leaving the French crowd amazed and unsure about what was going on.

XFM reports that drummer Andy Burrows returned to the stage and announced: "We get on each others nerves when we've been on the bus for a while." The rest of the band then joined him to finish the show.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Beatles and Jobs Come Together
SMN reports: Technology giant Apple has reached a deal with THE BEATLES to end the dispute over the use of the Apple name. Apple Inc will now take full control of the Apple brand and license certain trademarks back to THE BEATLES' record company Apple Corps for continued use.

The two companies have been wrangling over the use of the Apple name and logo for more than 25 years. The legal battle over the trademark will now end. Apple Inc boss Steve Jobs said the court dispute had been "painful". THE BEATLES ‘ songs are still not available on any legal download service, but this truce could pave the way for their anticipated appearance on the iTunes download store.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Arctic Monkeys Set Release
Gigwise reports: Sheffield's finest new export, the Arctic Monkeys have announced the name of their second album. 

The longer player will be called, ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare,' and will be released on April 23.

Posting the news on their website, the band also confirmed that the first single, ‘Brainstorm,' will precede the album's release on April 16. [see full story for track listing]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Nine Inch Zero
FMQB reports: April 17 may be just another Tuesday to most people, but for Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails, it is the first day of Year Zero. The band has confirmed it as the release date for the follow-up to With Teeth and launched the Web site yearzero.nin.com. It appears the site will gradually reveal the tracklisting, with only one title unveiled so far: "The Beginning Of The End."[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Eminem Looking for 3rd Strike with Kim?
pr-inside reports: EMINEM has patched up his differences with childhood sweetheart KIM MATHERS and are engaged again - according to rapper AKON. Akon, who teamed up with the STAN star on hit song SMACK THAT, says the couple may have their differences but can't live without each other. He says, "Eminem still loves Kim. They have one of those relationships where they are off one minute and back together the next. "He can't live with her, and he can't live without her. But they are meant for each other. They are engaged again." [see full story for more if you really care about this but keep in mind how can believe someone who uses the name "a con"? ] - Click Here for the Full Story 

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Cha Ching: McGraw Hill Tour Part II
pr-inside reports: Country couple TIM McGRAW and FAITH HILL are heading out on the road together again a year after setting records with their Soul2Soul dates. With $88.8 million (£45.6 million), the pair scored the fifth highest touring gross in America in 2006. And now they're fuelling up the family tourbus again for a 2007 summer tour, which will hit the road in June (07).[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story

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Flyleaf Tour
TuneLab reports: Flyleaf will headline the "Justice & Mercy Tour" which kicks off on March 25th in Memphis, TN. Skillet, Dropping Daylight and Resident Hero will open on the following dates:

March 25th in Memphis, TN @ Newby's
March 27th in Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio
March 28th in Beaumont, TX @ Antones
March 20th in San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
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White Stripes To Return?
Earvolution reports: Given the success of Jack White's "side project" The Raconteurs there was some speculation that perhaps Jack wouldn't do further recordings with Meg White as the White Stripes. Stories circulating on the net now say otherwise. Reports have the Whites close to a new record deal. 

Warner Brothers is reportedly close to signing the duo to a one record deal.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Love/Hate Reunion
KNAC reports: The original Love/Hate lineup (singer Jizzy Pearl, guitarist Jon E. Love, bassist Skid Rose, drummer Joey Gold) have scheduled a date at Club Vodka - The Knitting Factory in Hollywood, CA on February 24th.

Says Skid, "We are going to play Blackout In The Redroom in it's entirety.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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I Killed The Prom Queen Vocalist
SMN reports: Recent Metal Blade Record signees from Down Under, I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN, have announced the departure of their lead singer Ed Butcher. An offical post reads as follows:

"As some of you may have already heard Ed Butcher, our current vocalist has decided to leave the band. His decision was entirely of his own accord and came as a bit of a shock to us however we must respect his decision to return home to the UK. … For anyone who is concerned about the band's future, don't worry, we will announce a new vocalist soon and we will continue to play all the tours we have booked this year."[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Atheist US Dates
SMN reports: Reunited death metal legends ATHEIST have lined up the following upcoming U.S. tour dates:

March 24 - Los Angeles, CA @ Knitting Factory (Murderfest)
March 27 - Tampa, FL @ Brass Mug
March 28 - Coconut Grove, FL @ Club Flavor
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Thumbscrew Drop Off Tour
Lambgoat reports: Thumbscrew has dropped off their tour with ABACABB and With Blood Comes Cleansing. The group has released the following statement:

"Hey everyone, we are sorry to tell everyone this but we have to to leave the tour early. A few of us have been having a few personal problems and just can't tour at this momment. We are very sorry to disappoint anyone who was looking forward to seeing us. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't go to the shows. [see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Brandy Lawsuit Not Legal?
TMZ reports: The $50 million lawsuit filed by the parents of the woman killed in the Brandy car crash may get thrown out of court.

TMZ has done some digging and here's the lowdown. Awatef Aboudihaj was killed December 30 after Brandy's vehicle rear-ended her on a Los Angeles freeway. Aboudihaj was married with two children. Under California law, only the husband, not the parents, can sue for wrongful death.

We're told the parents' lawsuit was filed without consulting the husband beforehand. Even more interesting, Aboudihaj has been living in the United States for 11 years. Her parents have been living in Morocco full-time, so contact between parents and daughter was minimal.[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Rotten Judge
PR reports: Bodog Music's $1 Million Battle of the Bands is pleased to announce that the legendary John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) has signed on to be a judge for the show that is currently shooting across the United States and will run on a top cable network later in the year.

"I don't like decaffeinated teabags. The offer to this show came in the season to be jolly (xmas). I don't know who Bodog is. I still don't, but I may in the future. I admire the wit, audacity and touch of genius to entrust me with the future of rock and roll. I do not do judgment. I don't take judgment. But, by the end of this show you'll know what this judge meant. I don't like decaffeinated teabags. P.S. - I always loved live music and these bands genuinely enjoy what they do, and they write their own songs. Thank you. Fresh. Whoever wins Bodog's cash cow contract is well worth it cause every single band in here is worth it. Words not given lightly. Up yours, John Rotten"[see full story for more]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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Langerado Music Festival 07 Additions
PR reports: The Langerado Music Festival is known for kicking off the country's festival season each March by attracting thousands of music lovers from all over the country to sunny South Florida. The event, happening at Markham Park on March 9, 10, and 11, 2007, is reputed for always gathering a diverse collection of today's hottest artists.

The Fifth annual Langerado Music Festival is pleased to announce additional artists to perform including Galactic, The Spam Allstars, My Morning Jacket, The New Pornographers, Cat Power, and The Hold Steady.[see full story for more info and full lineup]- Click Here for the Full Story 

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