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Springsteen Readies Two DVD Releases Star-studded Miracle on 34th Street pulls together Jacko, Ricky, others for charity Pavement's Malkmus Connects With Elastica's Frischmann Beatles Lead Holiday Sales Surge EMusic Files Lawsuit Against MP3.com Beatles and Jive Records Dominate RIAA's 2000 Certifications Guitarist Rob Buck Dies Shania Tops Whitney for Best-Selling Album by a Female R.L. Burnside Not Ready for Heaven Yet Pearl Jam Send Out Holiday Gift to Fan Club Pops Staples Dies Beatles Cover Among R.E.M.'s Gifts to Fan Club Kirsty MacColl Dead at Forty-One Aerosmith, 'N Sync to Play Super Bowl Royal Flush: The Battle for Digital Music Royalties Ol' Dirty Bastard Faces Charges in New York Oasis, Pet Shop Boys Reach Agreement with Roskilde Stevie Wonder, Sisqo Light Up House of Toys Def Jam Confirms LL Cool J's Departure Ricky Martin Bangs Up Jingle Ball Snoop Dogg Serves Up "Tha Last Meal" Kid Rock Show to Honor USS Cole Gwen Stefani: The Queen of Confessional Pop People of the Year 2000: 'N Sync A Magic Science: Celebrating Jimi Hendrix Jay Farrar Readies New Album, Plots Winter Tour Backstreet Boys to Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl Film to Capture Sting's Disney Fiasco After Five-Year Layoff, Breeders Return to the Stage Shoddy and Nice Holiday Releases Jury Grants $10 Million Verdict Against Death Row, Suge Knight Marley, Who, Beach Boys Among NARAS' Lifetime Achievement Winners Metallica Sue Perfume Maker Manager Claims Gn'R Album Due in Spring Shelby Lynne, the Bangles Among Highlights of Gimme Shelter Benefit Springsteen to Play Holiday Benefit Shows Aerosmith, Queen in Next Rock Hall Class Xzibit Leads the Week's Releases Recording Industry Scores Victory Over Radio Broadcasters Ozzy to Release Ozzfest 2000 Album Jury Grants $4.3 Million Verdict Against Death Row, Suge Knight Julian Lennon Issues Statement About Father Tibetan Freedom Concert Photo Book Celebrated in New York Sisqo, Destiny's Child Win Big at the Billboard Music Awards Gary Numan Drives on with "Pure" U2 Remembers the Ramones in New York Motley Crue Drummer Writes About Cancer Battle Mark McGrath, Tommy Lee Join Gene Simmons' New "Smash" The Guess Who Rock Canada Wyclef Benefit Draws Clapton, Houston
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