Music Buzz #8
Find out what Britney's got coming your way besides her new CD, which artists were rockin' for some benefit concerts and what long-haired rock star is lookin' for people to be in his new video.
Can't get enough of Britney's latest video, I'm a Slave 4 U? Well, now you can watch it whenever you want. Britney is releasing a new home video called Britney: The Videos on VHS and DVD. The video features an I'm a Slave 4 U clip and behind-the-scenes footage from the video set plus the first live performance of I'm a Slave 4 U from the 2001 MTV Music Video Awards. The package also includes the video of I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman the second single from the upcoming CD Britney, out November 6, 2001.
Britney: The Videos also gives fans a preview of Britney's movie debut in Crossroads, which is scheduled to hit the big-screen February 15, 2002. It includes the movie trailer, outtakes and the electronic press kit for Crossroads. Other features include a clip of Don't Let Me Be The Last to Know and Britney's Pepsi commercials. Mark your calendars - Britney: The Videos comes out November 20, 2001.
It was a concert packed weekend as musicians came together for three different tributes. On October 20th, Paul McCartney was joined by Destiny's Child, Backstreet Boys, David Bowie, Jay-Z, Melissa Etheridge, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and The Who at New York's Madison Square Garden. The concert raised funds for September 11th relief efforts in New York City. On October 21st, Michael Jackson and friends got together for United We Stand What More Can I Give in Washington. Other artists included *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Aerosmith, P. Diddy, Mariah Carey and Destiny's Child. Money raised will benefit the American Red Cross Liberty Relief Fund, the Salvation Army Relief Fund, Rewards For Justice and the Pentagon Relief Fund.
Canadian artists also gathered for Music Without Borders on October 21st in Toronto, Canada with a line-up that included the Barenaked Ladies, Alanis Morissette, The Tragically Hip and Our Lady Peace. Funds from this concert are for refugee relief in Afghanistan.
Bad-boy rocker Kid Rock is lookin' for some fans to appear in his video Forever - the first song off his new CD. The clip with the fans is scheduled to shoot October 26 and 27th, 2001 in Kid's hometown of Detroit. Details, like time and place will be announced soon on Detroit radio stations and on Kid Rock's official site. Kid's new CD, Cocky, is scheduled to drop on November 20, 2001.
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