LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Madonna's Maverick Records label sued Warner Music Group and Time Warner Inc. for breach of contract on Thursday, accusing the record company and its former parent of mismanagement and improper accounting that cost the singer and her partners millions of dollars.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, is the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between Madonna and Warner over Maverick, a joint venture the singer and record company launched in 1992.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Britney Spears suffered a knee injury during her concert tour, forcing her to cancel a performance Friday night.
The singer hurt herself during a dance routine toward the end of her show Thursday night in Moline, Illinois. Spears was singing one of her new songs, "Boom Boom," according to "Entertainment Tonight."
Minutes later, the syndicated television program reported, the 22-year-old pop star reappeared on stage in a white bathrobe and apologized to the audience for not being able to continue. She'd planned two more encore songs.
Bruce Springsteen was the boss of the concert business in 2003, raking in $115.9 million to rank second only to the Rolling Stones for the most money ever earned by a concert act in a year.
Wow, that's a lot of $$$! Way to go Bruce. He played 13 stadiums in the New York area alone.
I remember being 14 years old and going to see Bruce Springsteen in concert at Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was 1984, in the middle of the winter and we had 7th row center seats. It was awesome!!