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Smashing Anniversary, Stone Temple Kimmel Replay, Ratt Solo, Danny Ross, Sinatra Still A Top Seller, RIAA Drop Suit


05/27/2008
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(antiMusic) Some afternoon quicks for you: The Smashing Pumpkins will be playing select U.S. cities in August and September of 2008. No dates or cities have been announced but expect the band to revisit a few specific places that were missed during the last U.S. tour.

Stone Temple Pilots' performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live is set to re-air Tonight May 27th! Check out the band celebrating the announcement of their highly-anticipated reunion and first tour in almost eight years.

Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy will release his third solo album, "Under my Skin", on July 22 via Airline Records. The CD finds Pearcy returning to the early RATT roots, featuring material that is positive and aggressive when needed. more

Danny Ross, the NYC piano based singer-songwriter who is a staffer for Congressman Jerrold Nadler by day, and musician by night has just released a new video that plays on the 80's dolls My Buddy and Kid Sister. Check it out here

Frank Sinatra is having a very good week. Buoyed by a cavalcade of marketing and advertising surrounding multiple products tied to the 10th anniversary of his death, "Nothing but the Best" (Reprise), a collection of remastered classics, has debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with sales of 99,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. more

The RIAA last week dropped its lawsuit against AllofMP3.com, the Russian digital music service that shut down last July. The trade group told Bloomberg that the move was due to the fact that the site is no longer operational - more

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