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The 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert will be broadcast across 34 U.S. and international television, radio and Internet across six continents.
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Producer-rapper Swizz Beatz says he wants to release a series of singles _ or "memorable moments" _ instead of a follow-up album to 2007's "One Man Band Man." With the growing trend of top pop acts selling millions of singles, but falling flat in album sales, Beatz said releasing songs is the best route for him as a known artist.
In the middle of the night, as most of New York slept, something big and bright lit up the Manhattan skyline for just seconds _ a tightly kept secret to all but a handful of people.
Superstorm Sandy won't stop Alicia Keys from staging her annual Black Ball.
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Jon Bon Jovi, Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder are adding to the star power at next month's Superstorm Sandy benefit concert at Madison Square Garden.
The Rolling Stones are facing a fine that some estimate could reach $320,000 after the rock band played past a strict London noise curfew Sunday night.