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Wednesday, 10 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Senator Joe Biden has proposed legislation to Congress designed to attack the sudden increase in use of the drug Ecstasy by U.S. teens. Biden notes that according to The Partnership for a Drug Free America, there has been a 71 percent increase in use of Ecstasy since 1999. Biden’s target is not a new one, he is calling for increased Federal powers to bust raves (techno dance parties) and concert promoters under aggressive crack house statues that have monetary penalties as high as $500,000 coupled with as many as 20 years imprisonment.
Wednesday, 10 July 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Someone forgot to tell Michael Jackson that no one is “invincible” like his last album title implies. Once crowned the King of Pop, Michael Jackson has now teamed up with the controversial Reverend Al Sharpton to protest the treatment of black artists by the music industry especially Jackson’s label, Sony Music.
Wednesday, 03 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Ray Brown, the bassist that helped define the 1940’s bebop sound, died in his hotel room in Indianapolis yesterday. He was on a tour stop to play a gig at the Jazz Bakery. Brown had played with artists ranging from Dizzy Gillespie to Charlie Parker. He was, also at one time, married to Ella Fitzgerald.
Wednesday, 03 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Normally a motorcycle festival isn’t the kind of event that we get too excited about here at AudioRevolution.com, but things changed when word got out that the remaining members of The Doors were getting together for the Los Angeles stop on Harley Davidson’s “The Open Road 2002-2003” tour. Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, John Densmore and “musical guests” will perform on Friday September 6th as The Doors.
Wednesday, 03 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Wall Street Journal reported today that a number of the major media conglomerates have authorized the Recoding Industry of America (RIAA) to start suing individuals who publicly share copywritten music files. Their target will be people with the largest collections of copywritten music available on file sharing networks like Gnutella. Their goal is to make a public statement that the music industry isn’t going to stand for having their music traded freely on the internet despite the grassroots consumer popularity of peer to peer music sharing networks like Gnutella and the now defunct Napster. Metallica’s drummer, Lars Ulrich, publicly attacked end users (AKA: Metallica’s young fan base) for downloading music on Napster during testimony in front of Congress in 2000. At the time Metallica had been the most successful, most popular band in rock for over ten years. In the ...
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