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April 3, 2004 01:12 PM UTC

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For all you music fans out there, here are some excerpts of what may be important to you:

Coldplay's Chris Martin is being accused yet again of attacking a photographer. This time the alleged incident took place in London when Martin was leaving a restaurant with wife Gwyneth Paltrow. The photographer has filed a formal complaint with cops. Martin's people claim the rather "aggressive" man was not kicked to the ground but actually tripped as he ran after the celebrity couple's cab.


A Perfect Circle and The Darkness both had to cancel shows because their frontmen fell ill. A Perfect Circle vocalist Maynard James Keenan became sick on Monday (March 29th), forcing the band to scrap the rest of this week's dates. The band is slated to resume touring on Saturday (April 3rd) in San Francisco. There were no further official details about Keenan's ailment, although sources say that he had temporarily blown out his voice.

A Perfect Circle's shows in Long Beach, California, tonight (April 1st) and San Diego on Friday (April 2nd) were canceled, but rescheduled for April 7th and April 6th respectively. As a result, however, shows on April 5th in Boise, Idaho, April 6th in Spokane, Washington, and April 8th in Vancouver, British Columbia, are postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date.


For the third time in three weeks Miss Britney Spears has cancelled a show. The singer pulled out of concert Thursday night in Cleveland. Her publicist said she "didn't know the specifics of Spears' illness." Hopefully for fans in Toronto the singer will be back her feet for her performance in town on Saturday night.


Darkness singer Justin Hawkins did lose his voice just four shows into the band's highly anticipated U.S. tour, leading to the cancellation of their Cleveland gig on Tuesday (March 30th) just two hours before showtime. At press time, there were unconfirmed reports that further shows could be canceled as well. Hawkins said in a statement, "I am deeply saddened that we won't be able to play for our fans in Cleveland tonight. Cleveland is one of the greatest rock and roll cities in the world, and we are all eagerly looking forward to playing our first gig there. Unfortunately, it is literally impossible for me to sing at the moment, but we promise to make it up to them just as soon as possible."

Hawkins is said to be under a doctor's care and the band is expected to resume their tour shortly, according to
The British group is on their first full-fledged tour of the U.S. in support of their debut album, Permission To Land.


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