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News & Views

09:01 AM Tuesday 3/18/08 |   |

Miley Cyrus, Chris Stills, Quincy Jones and Mariah Carey in News. Ozzy Osbourne, Supergrass, John Pizzarelli and Pat Metheny in Views.

News ...

Miley Cyrus’ name change forsakes Destiny, leaves Hope behind – Associated Press

Divorce judge says Heather Mills was "less than candid." – The Times Online U.K.

Chris Stills on being Chris Stills – "When you get, let’s say, 50 lines in an article, and they spend 25 of it discussing your lineage, it gets a bit frustrating," – The Patriot Ledger

Quincy Jones’ 75th B-Day – The Seattle Times

Mariah Carey on her public image - "I understand that people think I am a ditzy moron." – Associated Press

Vans to launch Johnny Ramone line of clothing, sneakers – Retro To Go

Views …

Ozzy in Australia – "No one was too young to wear eyeliner or too old to pull on a faded black T-shirt at the Ozzy Osbourne concert last night." – The Sydney Morning Herald

Martina McBride in Calgary – "But there's no question McBride is amazing at what she does." – Calgary Herald

Supergrass in London – "Part of the reason that Supergrass are afforded such a high level of affection is that they have managed to maintain the gang mentality of their early years." – The Times Online U.K.

Bruce Springsteen in Milwaukee – "At 58, Springsteen remains the most powerful of rock and roll front men, charismatic, funny, joyous, virile, and coursing with raw energy." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Pat Metheny in Boston – "… hits all the right notes with trio lineup."- Boston Herald

Lang Lang in Philly – "Who else on the classical stage can claim as close a connection with as diverse a public?" – The Philadelphia Inquirer / Daily Magazine

John Pizzarelli in Anaheim – "Pizzarelli romped through the up-tempos, occasionally tossing in a set of whip-cracking guitar and scat vocal variations." – Los Angeles Times (registration may be required)

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

Charley Pride is 70

Irene Cara is 49

Vanessa Williams is 45

Scott Saunders (Sons of the Desert) is 44

Jerry Cantrell (Alice in Chains) is 42

Miki Berenyi (Lush) is 41

Queen Latifah is 38

Dane Cook is 36

Devin Lima (LFO) is 31

Adam Levine (Maroon 5) is 29

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