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Britney Restraining Orders- Phish Sellout- NOW That's What I Call Cheese TV!- Winehouse Robbed- Bruce Regrets Hypocrisy- Blink-2012 and more


02/02/2009
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(antiMusic) Britney Spears has obtained a restraining order against former pal Osama "Sam" Lutfi and one-time boyfriend Adnan Ghalib, court records show. Attorneys for Spears and her father, who is her legal conservator, received the order Friday. The documents state that Lutfi, Ghalib and attorney Jon Eardley have been trying to gain control of Spears' affairs. more

Ticket sales for the upcoming tour by the reunited Phish exploded Friday (Jan. 30), with all shows selling out in minutes and severely testing Live Nation's new ticketing system. more

Amy Winehouse's spokesman says the singer's home in north London was broken into while she was on vacation in the Caribbean.more

In an interview with Sunday's New York Times, Bruce Springsteen says he shouldn't have made a deal with Walmart. This month, the store started exclusively selling a Springsteen greatest hits CD. Some fans were critical because Springsteen has been a longtime critic of the retail giant's labor practices. No word if he regrets it enough to give his profits from the deal to charity or those "exploited" Walmart workers. more

Tom Delonge has announced that Macbeth will be making "apocalypse"-friendly shoes to coincide with the 2012 Mayan-scheduled apocalypse. He promises that the shoes - along with beetles - will survive the disaster. more

The Who's late drummer Keith Moon is to be honored with a "blue plaque" at one of the former sites of London's Marquee Club, the legendary venue that played host to a number of his famous kit-trashing performances.more

New Zealand musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords will embark on an extensive North American tour this spring, beginning April 6 in Tampa, Fla.more

James Brown's family could walk out of court on Friday with a brand new deal. If approved by a judge in South Carolina, a settlement over the late soul singer's estate would end a two-year legal saga. more

Thought the summer TV lineup was bad before? It just got a major DOUBLE cheese injection! Executives behind "American Idol" and the "NOW That's What I Call Bad Music!" CD series are teaming up for a new television show they want to get on the air by late summer. more

Kings Of Leon, Snow Patrol and Katy Perry are the first headline acts to be confirmed for this year's T In The Park festival.more

Psyopus have tapped bassist Brent Glover (Bellicist, ex-Reciprocal) as the temporary replacement for Michael Horn, who reportedly quit the band in January. more

Crystal Eyes have issued the following band update: "Recently (vocalist) Nico (Adamsen) let us know that he didn't have the time to play live with Crystal Eyes anymore so we've decided to carry on as a four piece band. This is how we've been rehearsing all the time and the only change is that (guitarist) Mikael (Dahl) is once again doing the lead vocals." more

Portugal. The Man is currently recording a new album for Emo Vision Records. The group has been recording in Boston, Massachusetts at Camp Street Studios with producers Paul Q. Kolderie (The Pixies), Adam Taylor (Lemonheads), and Anthony Saffery. more

Protest The Hero is the featured guest on this week's edition of "Ryan's Rock Show". Vocalist Rody Walker discusses the band's development over the past decade, as well as his distaste for bands with little work ethic. show's site

Victims have set a release date for their forthcoming, fifth full-length album Killer, which will hit stores Feb. 17. more

Long Island, NY hardcore band This Is Hell is now actively seeking a replacement drummer for Dan Bourke, who recently joined Stray From The Path. - more on this story



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