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Sonisphere cancellation nixes Adam Lambert and Queen Gigupdated: Thu Mar 29 2012 17:27:00

The Sonisphere Knebworth festival, which was to host performances by Kiss, Marilyn Manson and a version of Queen fronted by Adam Lambert, has been cancelled.

CNNMoney: Gold and silver keep shining. Thanks, S&P!updated: Mon Apr 18 2011 13:16:00

Metalheads (and I don't mean fans of Metallica, Megadeth and their ilk) got a nice little gift from Standard & Poor's Monday morning.

'Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock' unleashes the nerdupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 13:41:00

In an otherworldly landscape, with controllers in hand, players must conquer the Beast in order to release a powerful demigod.

Opera singer rocks outupdated: Tue Jun 22 2010 16:59:00

Renée Fleming's new album "Dark Hope" has found the light, having earned the operatic soprano a spot on the Billboard Top 200 chart for the first time.

How I learned to love the vuvuzelaupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 15:39:00

If you have a TV you have heard, or heard of, vuvuzelas. They're the cheap plastic horns played by tens of thousands of spectators in World Cup soccer stadiums in South Africa and buzzing like so many unswattable mosquitoes in the ear of an irate camper.

Vuvuzela's chorus of complaintsupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 15:39:00

CNN's Errol Barnett reports on the controversy surrounding use of the vuvuzela at World Cup matches. Morgan Harrington's Parents Grateful for Closureupdated: Fri Jan 29 2010 12:39:00

Gil and Daniel Harrington say they are at peace now that their daughter's remains have been found Confirmed: Remains Are Metallica Fan Morgan Harringtonupdated: Thu Jan 28 2010 13:48:00

"We will not stop until that person is brought to justice," says father Daniel Harrington

Dental records confirm body is Va. Tech student'supdated: Thu Jan 28 2010 12:09:00

Skeletal remains found in a hayfield are those of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, a spokeswoman for the Virginia State Police said Wednesday.

Police 'fairly certain' remains are student missing from Metallica concertupdated: Wed Jan 27 2010 12:27:00

Police tentatively identified remains found on a remote farm as the Virginia Tech student who disappeared in October during a Metallica concert. Remains Believed to Be Missing Metallica Fanupdated: Wed Jan 27 2010 12:11:00

An autopsy is being performed to see if the body belongs to Morgan Harrington, who vanished in October

Metallica drummer struggles with ringing in earsupdated: Tue Dec 29 2009 10:46:00

The noise in the concert hall is loud, throbbing. The crowd chants, "Metallica ... Metallica!"

Are you abusing your ears?updated: Tue Dec 29 2009 10:46:00

Listening to loud sounds without ear protection can do serious damage to your ears, as CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta Reports. Slipknot Singer Weds In Vegasupdated: Mon Nov 16 2009 07:09:00

Corey Taylor and Stephanie Luby tie the knot in a ceremony-turned-concert at the Palms Hotel

Chili Pepper's music school has kids hoppin', learningupdated: Tue Nov 10 2009 07:52:00

The Silverlake Conservatory of Music is a quaint storefront nestled in a hipster block of Los Angeles called Sunset Junction. Just before 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, kids stream through the front door toting drumsticks, violins and guitar cases, the latter taller than they are.

Flea's Music Conservatoryupdated: Tue Nov 10 2009 07:52:00

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Bassist Flea opens a nonprofit music conservatory for kids in Silverlake, Los Angeles.

Student's mom: 'We are trying to find you'updated: Wed Nov 04 2009 18:30:00

The parents of a Virginia Tech student who disappeared last month during a Metallica concert asked Wednesday for volunteers to help conduct a community search this weekend.

Missing student seen on bridgeupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 18:30:00

Missing Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington was last seen Oct. 17 on a Charlottesville area bridge. Metallica Still Has Hope for Missing Fanupdated: Sat Oct 31 2009 15:07:00

Two weeks after a Virginia Tech student vanished from their concert, the band is keeping positive Metallica Joins in Hunt for Missing Fanupdated: Tue Oct 27 2009 13:46:00

Morgan Harrington, 20, was last seen at the band's Oct. 17 concert in Virginia

Mom says missing daughter had been excited about concertupdated: Wed Oct 21 2009 17:05:00

The mother of a Virginia Tech junior who disappeared Saturday night during a Metallica concert says she helped her daughter choose an outfit for the show that same morning.

Student vanishes from concertupdated: Wed Oct 21 2009 17:05:00

A female college studen vanishes from a concert, and her parents say it is out of her character; they talk daily. Ted Keith: Lidge basks in October's pressureupdated: Fri Oct 16 2009 16:52:00

LOS ANGELES -- As Brad Lidge finished his warmup pitches before the bottom of the ninth inning on Thursday night, an interesting tune began pulsing through the Dodger Stadium loudspeakers: Metallica's Enter Sandman. It was a curious choice, and not just because it is best known in baseball circles as the personal anthem of the Yankees' Mariano Rivera, and its foreboding sound has been a staple of Octobers past, usually serving as last rites for the opposition.

World's fastest fingersupdated: Thu Jul 16 2009 11:25:00

Chart-topping violinist David Garrett can play 13 notes per second. He shows CNN's Shanon Cook how.

Violinist David Garrett channels Michael Jacksonupdated: Thu Jul 16 2009 11:25:00

Not every classically trained musician has the gumption to interpret Michael Jackson on the violin. But German-born virtuoso David Garrett re-imagines "Smooth Criminal" with such fervor that you'd think Jackson had intended the song to be played by the instrument all along. Metallica 'Psyched' for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductionupdated: Sat Apr 04 2009 11:07:00

Flea will honor the hard-rocking band at Saturday's ceremony in Cleveland

Metallica performs at SXSWupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 15:35:00

Watch a portion of Metallica's performance at SXSW.

Optimism shadowed by uncertainty at SXSWupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 15:35:00

CD sales are down. Digital hasn't caught up. Record companies are consolidating. New bands are trying to find their own way. John Rolfe: Weed scandals, Super geezer oddsupdated: Mon Feb 09 2009 11:24:00

Quite the stink over Michael Phelps' dalliance with the wacky tobaccy. With The Fuzz in South Carolina all fired up to press charges, we have the usual role model hand-wringing and clacking of calculators in damage assessment mode as a pungent cloud drifts over Phelps' endorsement future.

Metallica's new CDupdated: Mon Sep 22 2008 15:42:00

Metallica goes back to basics on their 9th CD, "Death Magnetic." Denise Quan went behind-the-scenes on their new video.

Is 'Guitar Hero' saving rock 'n' roll?updated: Wed Aug 20 2008 10:44:00

Metallica's Lars Ulrich loves Black Sabbath and Deep Purple -- and so does his 10-year-old son.

Guitar Hero saving rock music?updated: Wed Aug 20 2008 10:44:00

Is Guitar Hero helping to save rock 'n' roll? CNN's Kareen Wynter examines the phenomenon. Mary-Kate and Ashley Turn 22 - at Bonnaroo!updated: Sat Jun 14 2008 12:37:00

The Olsens reportedly head to the Tennessee music fest for a rock-and-roll birthday John Rolfe: Music - sports bond stronger than everupdated: Mon Oct 01 2007 18:49:00

Be it rock, rap, country, hip-hop, pop, music is the soundtrack to sports every bit as much as boos, cheers, the crack of the bat, or the toot of the ref's whistle. It's standard on game broadcasts. It blares from stadium speakers. A batter or closer who appears unaccompanied (Metallica's Enter Sandman, anyone?) by music is an odd duck indeed. Rick Reilly: A guide to winning the dating game from Tom Bradyupdated: Tue Sep 11 2007 23:30:00

Hey, dude, haven't had a date since the Fig Festival 12 years ago? Are you about as cool as a Bob Dole bumper sticker? Do girls walk by you like you're running a seminar on jock itch? The Art of Soldieringupdated: Thu Aug 30 2007 16:00:00

A compelling new exhibit explores the experience of British troops in Afghanistan Connie Nielsen, Lars Ulrich Welcome a Sonupdated: Fri May 25 2007 16:42:00

Gladiator actress Connie Nielsen and Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich have welcomed their first child together, a son.

Fortune: Rock musicianupdated: Thu Nov 09 2006 09:49:00

ROBERT TRUJILLO, bassist, Metallica

Jonas Åkerlund: Biographyupdated: Wed Oct 11 2006 09:12:00

Swedish filmmaker Jonas Åkerlund is known for his hard-hitting, frenetic and often violent takes on the darker side of humanity. The world's most controversial music video director, he has worked with the biggest names in the industry.

Fortune: IPO Bluesupdated: Mon May 30 2005 00:01:00

The talent hasn't been happy at Warner Music.  From Cher to Kid Rock, Madonna to Metallica, they want more money and better deals.  And as Warner CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. got ready to take the compan...

CNNMoney: The artist currently known as kingupdated: Wed Feb 09 2005 11:53:00

The artist formerly known as Prince is now the reigning king of pop music.

Simple downloads, complex changeupdated: Wed Aug 18 2004 16:49:00

For tens of millions of people listening to digital music, there is no going back.

Fortune: There Ain't No Cure for A Summertime Tourupdated: Mon Sep 18 2000 00:01:00

In a way, rock & roll is a seasonal animal, The high point of its cycle being the summer, when scores of bands and millions of fans make appointments with one another at venues across the land. So ...

Fortune: RECORD CLUBS FACE THE MUSICupdated: Mon Apr 29 1996 00:01:00

What do Hootie and the Blowfish have in common with Wal-Mart? Neither is a big fan of mail-order record clubs. The National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM), whose 1,100 members includ...

Money Magazine: Our new Deficit Watch; help your child get a job; writing prenups right; collectible radios Q and A SMART WAYS TO HELP YOUR CHILupdated: Tue Jun 01 1993 00:01:00

With the hiring of college grads down by 40% since 1988, many parents have stood by helplessly as their grown children became or remained jobless. But career consultant Nella Barkley, author of the...

Fortune: ROCK GOES BOOMupdated: Mon Sep 07 1992 00:01:00

Better acts that offer more bang for the buck and tours by hot bands like Genesis, U2, Metallica, and Hammer are reviving revenues from rock music concerts following last year's bummer. The top 20 ...

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