Rock Music Artists
Puddle of Mudd Lineup Shift (antiMUSIC)
(TuneLab) Ryan Yerdon, formerly of the band Citizen, has joined Puddle of Mudd behind the drum kit.
For The Record: Quick News On Anna Nicole Smith, Dr. Dre, Guns N' Roses, Nas,...
Attorney Richard Milstein, the guardian for Anna Nicole Smith's 5-month-old daughter, Dannielynn, now has custody of Anna Nicole's body.
February 22nd: Entertainment History (KTHV Little Rock)
On February 22nd, 1934, the comedy "It Happened One Night," starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert, opened in New York. In 1964, The Beatles arrived in London following their first visit to the United States.
For The Record: Quick News on Fantasia, Eminem, Britney Spears, Evanescence, ...
Former "American Idol" winner Fantasia will perform and make a special announcement on the program's results show Thursday.
For The Record: Quick News on Eminem, Britney Spears, Evanescence, Brandy, Ko...
Eminem has announced a contest for burgeoning producers to remix his latest offering "Jimmy Crack Corn," from the rapper's Eminem Presents: The Re-Up mixtape.
Report for 02/21/06 (antiMUSIC)
Pollstar reports: It's true. The Van Halen tour that was never officially announced is now officially postponed indefinitely, sources told Pollstar.
Puddle of Mudd Band Imposter Found Guilty (News Channel 6 Paducah)
The man who tried to pass himself off as a member of the popular rock band "Puddle of Mudd", has been found guilty January 24th. A Pulaski County Jury handed down 4 guilty verdicts, to 31-year-old Martin Minter. He lured women and then assaulted them.
If 'love stinks'... (Shelbyville Daily Union)
By Joe Hadsall THE JOPLIN GLOBE (JOPLIN, Mo.) Valentine?s Day: A day to celebrate romance. To treat your special someone with adoration and love. To shower your special someone with lavish flowers, exquisite chocolates, fancy dinners and fairy-tale sentiments.
Puddle of Mudd imposter convicted in Pulaski County (The Southern Illinoisan)
MOUND CITY - Martin Minter, known in this area as the Puddle of Mudd Imposter, was convicted of three felonies and a misdemeanor on Wednesday in Pulaski County.
One of America's Great Student Newspapers (The Pitt News)
If there were a constitution full of laws governing the careers of bands that suck, I fully believe that there would be a clause stating, "No band shall release more than one song with the word 'boom' in the chorus."
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