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In New York City, U.S. District Judge Gerard Lynch sentences female rapper L'il Kim to a year and a day in prison and fines her $50,000 for lying to a federal grand jury to protect friends involved in a 2001 shootout outside a Manhattan radio station.
Super Furry Animals play at The Memorial Theatre, Barry, Wales, UK.
Bob Geldof is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on behalf of debt relief and financial aid to Africa.
The Ronettes, The Jordanaires, The Tokens and The O'Jays are inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame at a ceremony in The Convention Hall, Wildwood, New Jersey, USA.
Monkey Business by Black Eyed Peas reaches No1 in the Canadian album chart.
Singer/actress Samantha Mumba appears in court in Dublin, Eire, Europe, for driving without tax, insurance or a licence.
Kings Of Leon play at The Rivermead, Reading, England, UK.
Robert Plant plays at Molson Amphitheater, Toronto, Canada.
Rachel Stevens entertains sports fans in Trafalgar Square, London, England, UK, as they await the news that London has won the race to stage the Olympic Games in 2012.
Finch play at Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
On her Living Room tour, Carole King plays at The Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
On her Live At Last tour, Anastacia plays at Hauptwache, Frankfurt, Germany, Europe.
Journey play at The Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
R.E.M. play at Nottingham Forrest Football Club, Nottingham, England, UK.
Sum 41 play at Manchester University, Manchester, England, UK.
The Vans Warped Tour, plays at Fairplex Park, Pmonoa, California, USA, with a bill including My Chemical Romance, The Offspring, Fall Out Boy, The Transplants, MxPx, All-American Rejects, Dropkick Murphys, Thrice, Atreyu and Senses Fail.
The Kooks begin recording their debut album, Inside In / Inside Out, at Konk Studios, Crouch End, London, England, UK.
Saxophone wizard Maceo Parker plays the second of three nights at the Jazz Cafe, Camden Town, London, England, UK.
When Oasis play at the Rosebowl Stadium, Southampton, England, UK, Pete Doherty of support band Babyshambles doesn't turn up. The group is removed from forthcoming gigs.
Dennis D'Ell, lead singer of The Honeycombs, dies of cancer aged 61. The group was best known for for its 1964 No1 UK hit Have I The Right?
Love play at The Zodiac, Oxford, England, UK.
A mistrial is declared in the lawsuit brought to court in Los Angeles, California, USA, by the family of rapper Notorious BIG. The rapper's family was seeking damages from the City Of Los Angeles which, they claimed, was responsible for his death. No new trial date is set.
It is announced that the iTunes internet music download service is expecting to sell its 500 millionth download later this month.
The Kooks play at The Victoria Inn, Derby, UK.
In an interview on the UK's BBC Radio One, Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age claims that he sacked bassist Nick Oliveri from the band some months earlier because he had been physically abusing his girlfriend.