ODB's Mom, Cousin Lash Out At Cops At Court

Meanwhile, Wu-Tang Clan rapper turns attention to next album and separate project with RZA.

Best Of '99: ODB Claims Cops Shot At Him Without Cause

Says he used to think highly of police, but now plans to sue them.

ODB Vows To Sue NYC Police

With attempted-murder charges dismissed, rapper says he'll seek 'as much money as I can get.'

Bergheim 34 Bring Post-Electronica Melange To America

Experimental sextet from Germany does U.S. mini-tour to promote debut album.

Best Of '99: ODB Gets Out Of Jail; Claims 'I Don't Use Guns'

Rapper expresses relief to be out on bail after spending a week behind bars.

Best Of '99: Scott Weiland Attorney 'Hopeful' About End To Heroin Case

Judge demands quick resolution on drug/trespassing charges against Stone Temple Pilots frontman.

Best Of '99: ODB's Mom Calls Attempted-Murder Charges 'Ludicrous'

Rapper waives indictment deadline Thursday to allow grand jury more time to hear evidence.

'98's Best: The Verve Go Commercial With 'Bitter Sweet Symphony'

It's latest contemporary hit used in TV ad campaigns which traditionally focused on the classics.

Lauryn Hill Makes Surprise Appearance At Radio Fest

Other acts at Thursday's 'Jingle Ball' included Goo Goo Dolls, Barenaked Ladies, Brian Setzer Orchestra, Shania Twain, Monica.

Gomez Bring It On And Soak It In

British quintet's debut album, Bring It On, beat out The Verve, Pulp and others to win England's Mercury Music Prize.

Fans Lend Their Voices To Free Morissette Show

NYC show by platinum-selling singer/songwriter filmed by MTV, with Madonna, Lenny Kravitz and Puff Daddy in the house.

Rap Artists Update Famous Harlem Jazz Photo

Wyclef Jean, Run-D.M.C., multitudes more gather to update the historic original shoot from 1958 with Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus and other jazz greats.

Angered Fans Get Unruly At Manson In-Store Appearance

Hundreds protest when denied access to shock-rocker's autograph session at a Virgin Megastore.

Marilyn Manson Cuts Ribbon At Virgin Store Opening

Shock-rocker joined CEO Richard Branson at ceremony for newest Virgin Megastore.

Jewel Working On Sophomore LP In L.A. Studio

Singer/songwriter recording follow-up to 1995 multi-platinum debut, Pieces of You.

DMX Cleared Of Rape Charge; Plans No Retaliation

Rapper relieved that DNA tests prove his innocence and intends to get back to work on next album.

STP Singer Scott Weiland In Rehab; Excused From Court

New York judge moves hearing to November to allow the singer time for treatment of his addiction.

Chumbawamba's Nutter Takes Break After Injuries

A series of injuries forces singer of politico-dance octet to take time out from European tour.

Hootie Blow Off Critics, Bask In Eclectic Third LP

Despite media backlash, pop-rockers Hootie & the Blowfish are ready to win with Musical Chairs.

Tricky Gig Lacks The Magic Of Previous Shows

Poor sound mars trip-hopper's performance in New York.

Prodigy Smack New York Up

U.K. electro-dance rockers rise to theatrical highs at Hammerstein Ballroom blast.

Bernard Butler Makes His Move To Solo Work

Ex-London Suede guitarist looks back at a tumultuous career on solo debut.

New Album Takes Cowboy Junkies Miles From Home

A move to modern rock marks the seventh release from the rustic and sedate rockers.

Shock-G Surges Back With Digital Underground

Rapper works in the studio on fifth album from the rap crew that first hit it big with Sex Packets.