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Dropkick Murphys $31.23      RL Grime $23.66      Justin Timberlake $114.66      Foreigner $40.87      Corey Smith $19.55      Jim Brickman $40.18      Trans-Siberian Orchestra $54.45      Eric Church $50.36      Tobymac $31.93      St. Lucia $17.14      Michael Bublé $85.60      Justin Moore $33.39      Atmosphere $24.11      One Direction $84.06      Pepper $29.77      George Thorogood & The Destroyers $48.66      Amos Lee $41.86      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $26.62      moe. $28.55      Bill Maher $60.86      Fitz And The Tantrums $25.94      Styx $40.54      Slightly Stoopid $33.48      Backstreet Boys $49.34      Pink Floyd Experience $37.19      Jeff Dunham $48.71      Bill Cosby $58.00      Odesza $14.37      Twenty One Pilots $23.08      B.B. King $65.18      Florida Georgia Line $40.40      Shakey Graves $15.01      The War On Drugs $19.79      Drive-By Truckers $27.03      Dave Mason $46.89      Salute To Vienna $73.49      Minnesota $19.83      Rod Stewart $100.65      Beats Antique $25.22      Jason Aldean $47.76      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $74.13      Chicago $58.89      The Head And The Heart $29.97      Goo Goo Dolls $43.85      ThePianoGuys $45.93      Tim McGraw $41.77      The Fresh Beat Band $40.28      Alice In Chains $49.44      Doobie Brothers $53.89      Donny & Marie Osmond $90.43      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Wednesday 11/5/08 | |

Ray Davies hints at Kinks reunion, Britney Spears' surprise is no surprise, Coldplay's Chris Martin to mentor contest winner, legal questions about music on discarded iPods, 'Professor' Johnny Marr and Quincy Jones slides through a Q&A in News. Yes, Feist, Snoop Dogg, Oasis, The Killers and Rihanna / Chris Brown in Views.

News …

Ray Davies hints at a Kinks reunion, says he's written new songs for the band. Of course, we have yet to hear from brother Dave on the subject - BBC News

Meet "Professor" Johnny Marr - The Times Online U.K.

You know those rumors about Britney Spears making a surprise appearance at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Liverpool tomorrow night? Ain't gonna happen - The Metro U.K.

Discarded iPods - who actually owns the music? - PC Magazine

Coldplay's Chris Martin to tutor teen winner of Make It, Break It awards - The Northern Echo U.K.

Quincy Jones produces a Q&A - CNN

Views …

Yes in Hamilton, Ontario - "Last night, Yes stood the test of time." - The Hamilton Spectator

Rihanna and Chris Brown in Melbourne, Australia - "Last night at Rod Laver Arena, 13,500 adoring fans screeched their way through sets from two of the pop world's emerging superstars." - The Age

Feist in Toronto - "She played guitar most of the night, but also piano, and songs were as diversified in genres, from jazz to country to guitar rock, as her audience was in age." - National Post

Oasis in Glasgow - "The Gallagher brothers didn't let the pace slack early on, with a raucous sing-a-long 'Lyla,' before the classic guitar intro of 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' saw the entire building shake." - Glasgow Evening Times U.K.

Snoop Dogg in Adelaide, Australia - "Promising fans a night of 'pimp music' Snoop reeled off the hits, including 'Gin and Juice,' 'What's My Name.' and 'Beautiful,' during which he invited about 20 women on stage to dance." - The Advertiser / Adelaide Now

The Killers in London - "Flowers's diminutive frame vibrated with the intensity of his delivery on 'Somebody Told Me' and 'Smile Like You Mean It.'" - The Times Online U.K.

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Art Garfunkel is 67

Peter Noone is 61

Bryan Adams is 49

Angelo Moore (Fishbone) is 43

Mark Hunter (James) is 40

Heather and Jennifer Kinley (The Kinleys) are 38

Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) is 37

Ryan Adams is 34

Kevin Jonas (Jonas Brothers) is 21

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