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  Quicks: Ozzfest Europe - The New Napster - Nickelback Sued


05-28-03 antiGUY
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Blabbermouth reports the following:

Most of the dates have been released for the European installment of Ozzfest 2003, which is set to feature OZZY OSBOURNE, H.I.M. and GODSMACK. They are as follows:

Sep. 05 London, UK @ Wembley Arena
Sep. 07 Birmingham, UK @ NEC
Sep. 09 Rotterdam, NETH @ Ahoy
Sep. 10 Oberhausen, GER @ König Pilsener Arena
Sep. 13 Helsinki, FIN @ Hartwall Arena
Sep. 15 - Stockholm, SWE @ Globen
Sep. 16 - Oslo, NOR @ Spektrum
Sep. 19 - Zurich, SWI @ Hallenstadion
Sep. 20 - Salzburg, AUT @ Stadion
Sep. 22 Stuttgart, GER @ Schleyerhalle
Sep. 24 - Vienna, AUT @ Stadthalle
Sep. 25 Munich, GER @ Olympiahalle

The New Napster. 

The following comes from RIFTrock. 

"Software maker Roxio said Monday it has acquired for about $40 million the online music service pressplay, a venture jointly owned by Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment." - MSN Entertainment

Roxio plans to title the new service, Napster. The new Napster can expect heavy competition from iTunes Music Store, MusicNet and Listen.com's Rhapsody service.

Nickelback Sued

MuchMusic Reports the following:

A recording studio has filed a breach of contract suit against Nickelback. The suit, filed with B.C.'s provincial Supreme Court, alleges that the band owes the Turtle Recording company production royalties and property rights to songs from the band's album, "Curb." Last year, Nickelback won a lawsuit against their former managers over ownership of the "Curb" album. No word yet on when the suit will reach the courts.

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