Music

Dublin has U2 seeing green

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In a landmark judgment, the Irish Supreme Court has permitted U2's Dublin concerts to go ahead on Aug. 30 and 31, after an earlier attempt to host the homecoming gigs in the capital was refused…

Band Apart makes bond

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Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and his producing partner Lawrence Bender have pacted with Maverick Records for distribution of the pair's A Band Apart Records, a recently bowed indie label.

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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

  1. 1

    Fury

    Weekend Gross:$23.5M

    Fury

    1
    Weekend:$23.5M
  2. 2

    Gone Girl

    Weekend Gross:$17.8M

    Gone Girl

    2
    Weekend:$17.8M Fox
  3. 3

    The Book of Life

    Weekend Gross:$17.0M

    The Book of Life

    3
    Weekend:$17.0M

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Review: 'Ben Harper'

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Mixing funky rock, Cat Stevens-like ballads and earthy soul music, Ben Harper and his trusty Weissenborn guitar make vivid, life-affirming music that takes on added depth when witnessed in concert…

Combs disc bows at No. 1

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The eagerly awaited disc from producer-turned-artist Sean "Puffy" Combs was the nation's bestselling album last week with more than 560,000 copies sold. The tally for the Bad Boy/Arista Records disc…

Review: 'Big Blue Hearts'

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Several times each decade, a band like the Big Blue Hearts arrives: charismatic and engaging, familiar without being derivative, supported by crafty songwriting and bound by an honesty that projects…

Simon shifts to Polygram

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Polygram Music Publishing has inked a worldwide administration pact with singer Carly Simon. The deal, which gives Polygram the right to control the licensing, exploitation and collection of income…

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