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On his Manic Nirvana tour Robert Plant plays at The Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan, USA.
Athlete play at The Hi-Fi Bar And Ballroom, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oceania.
Usher is chosen as the singer with the most powerful voice in pop when the Los Angeles Times publishes its Pop Power List. The list was compiled by music business experts.
While in Jordan, Asia, to attend the Silver Jubilee of the Arab Children's Congress, Ricky Martin unwittingly sparks a row when he drapes a scarf round his shoulders bearing the slogan 'Jerusalem Is Ours' written in Arabic. Having been unaware of the meaning of the Arabic words, Martin issues an apology soon after.
Natalie Imbruglia releases a new single, Counting Down The Days, on Brightside Records in the UK.
Revered German jazz trombonist and composer Albert Mangelsdorff dies in Frankfurt, Germany, Europe, aged 76, after a long illness.
Daniel Powter releases Bad Day, the first single from his self-titled debut album, in the UK.
Editors release their debut album, The Back Room, in the UK on Kitchenware Records.
Gomez release Out West, a three disc set of live recordings from The Fillmore, San Francisco, in the UK.
Alanis Morissette releases a new album, Jagged Little Pill Acoustic, in the UK on WEA Records.
During a televised interview in Chez Vrony, Zermatt, Switzerland, Europe, Anni-Frid Lyngstadt, better known as Frida of Abba, states that she would be happy to take part in an Abba re-union. The stumbling block, however, is Benny and Bjorn, neither of whom are interested.
Avril Lavigne plays at The MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Canada, supported by Butch Walker.
Hilary Duff plays at The Civic Centre, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
Danish duo The Raveonettes release their third album, Pretty In Black, on Columbia Records in the UK.
Queens Of The Stone Age play at The Palace (Entertainment Complex), St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oceania.
It is announced that Bob Dylan will be inducted into the UK Music Hall Of Fame later in the year.
The Finn Brothers and Mercury Rev play at Hamer Hall – The Arts Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oceania.
El Presidente release their third single, Without You, in the UK on Onerecords.
Mew play at The ICA, London, England, UK.
Clor release their self-titled debut album in the UK.
Chicago and Earth, Wind And Fire play the second of two nights at Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Chantal Chamandy releases a new album, Love Needs You, in the UK on Nova Records.
Editors play at The Fleece, Bristol, England, UK.
Joseph Arthur plays at Night And Day, Manchester, England, UK.
Dave Mustaine, lead singer of Megadeth, sues former bass guitarist David Ellefson, claiming that Ellefson has used the group's name without Mustaine's permission.
As a result of an investigation by the New York District Attorney's office, Sony BMG Music admit to using payola to get airplay for Jennifer Lopez, Avril Lavigne, Good Charlotte and others.