Music Buzz #18
Music Buzz #18, Crossroads Release.
All eyes have been on the 2002 Olympic Winter Games to watch skiing, skating, boarding and other winter sports. There's also something for the ears too - live music! In between winners, losers and wipeouts, don't forget to watch some of the live music performances. Mark your calendar with these dates:
Olympic Celebration Concert SeriesFebruary 14 - Sheryl Crow
February 15 - Smash Mouth
February 16 - Brooks & Dunn
February 17 - Train
February 18 - Nelly Furtado
February 19 - Creed
February 20 - Marc Anthony
February 21 - Alanis Morissette
February 22 - Goo Goo Dolls
February 23 - *NSYNC
February 24 - Martina McBride
Usher is kickin' off his 8701 Evolution Tour on April 25, 2002 in Denver. Usher will hit most major cities in the US and Canada - ending the tour on July 7th in New Orleans. Originally, Usher had to postpone his tour because he injured his shoulder practicing for it and required surgery. "I'm really looking forward to getting out and performing live onstage. Now that my arm is healed, I'm ready to get out there and interact with my fans. Nothing compares to that excitement and energy," says Usher. Click here, to see if Usher will be steamin' up a stadium near you.
February 15th marks Britney's big jump from music, TV, videos, the internet, video games, commercials, magazines, backpacks, T-shirts, posters and dolls (you get the point) to the big screen with her flick, Crossroads. I wonder how she'll do as an actress? Mandy Moore's A Walk to Remember is still playing in theaters across the country. Would you pay to see Crossroads or A Walk to Remember? .
No offense Mandy, I just absolutely love Brit. CROSSROADS. Final Answer.
Kidz Submit By:Nickname: evilclair
I think Britney Spears' movie is going to do way better. Britney is way better than Mandy Moore ever thought of being.
Kidz Submit By:Nickname: HottStuff2004