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On September 16, 2009 By Sarah Duncan July 24, 2010
Fans of The Ellen DeGeneres Show know that Ellen is famous for dancing through the audience to everything from recent Rihanna hits to classics by The Beach Boys. She might have to rethink her song choices after major recording companies sued the show in U.S. District Court for the Middle District [...]Continue Reading →
On July 6, 2009 By Elizabeth Renieris July 24, 2010
In the days following his death, it was hard to go anywhere without hearing Michael Jackson’s music playing. In bars all across America, fans remembered Michael as a talented singer and entertainer. With thirteen number-one hits as a solo artist, the best-selling album in U.S. history (Thriller), and countless other records, Michael Jackson [...]Continue Reading →
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