Today in Music News: The Who, Michael Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, Elvis Costello, Neko Case, Stephen King, John Mellencamp, Lil Wayne
- Pederast prevention group wants the Who out of Super Bowl. We just think they're guilty of CSI overexposure.
- Speaking of pederasts, more on outed MJ track (what? too early?): "As you know and have heard, part of the song leaked--not by me, because mine has been locked up in a vault since we recorded it," says Lenny Kravitz of Michael Jackson collabo "Another Day," which surfaced yesterday, and we posted, but has since disappeared. Didn't get a chance to listen? Don't worry. The 90 seconds we heard sucked.
- Elvis Costello, Neko Case (greatest singer alive I've decided), have signed on for Stephen King/John Mellencamp musical Ghost Brothers of Darkland County.
- Lil Wayne's Rebirth delayed for 1,283 time
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