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Music Buzz #16

No Doubt they'll be rockin' steady all night!
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U2 headlines the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
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Britney's new Pepsi commercial airs during the Super Bowl.
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Music Buzz #16 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Music Buzz #16, Super Bowl Music Performers

1If you're a football fan then you already know Super Bowl XXXVI airs Sunday, February 3, 2002. If you're not a football fan you still might want to tune into the Friday Night Super Bowl Bash and the pre-game and halftime shows to catch some of the music performances.

Sting and No Doubt are ready to rock steady on Friday, February 1, 2002 for the Friday Night Super Bowl Bash to be broadcast from New Orleans (10:00-11:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on CBS. Rapper, LL Cool J, Ja Rule, Sheryl Crow and actress, Rebecca Romjin-Stamos will announce the performances.

On February 3rd, Mary J. Blige joins Spanish singer, Marc Anthony for America The Beautiful during the Super Bowl pre-game show on Fox. Paul McCartney will close the show with his song Freedom as a special tribute to the US. U2 will elevate the crowd during the *ETRADE Super Bowl Halftime Show with three songs.

1Britney will also be a part of the Super Bowl but she won't be appearing live - she'll be airing her new Pepsi commercial. The 90 second Pepsi commercial is scheduled to premiere during the second commercial break of the first quarter of Super Bowl XXXVI. In the commercial, Britney performs Pepsi jingles in the '50s, '60s and '80s. Click here for more on Britney's commercials and vote for your fave clip!

1Lil Bow Wow has started filming his flick, Like Mike, which stars the lil' rapper as a basketball wonder. Word is Bow Wow is pretty sharp on the court so he's probably a perfect fit for the role and he also has help from an old pair of "magic" sneakers. You have plenty of time to find your perfect date for the movie cuz it isn't scheduled to come out until the summer of 2002 (tentatively.)

1Set your VCR for The Late Late Show with Craig Killborne on Friday, February 1st cuz Dilated Peoples are gonna be on.

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