Willie Nelson to release reggae album
KINGSTON, Jamaica -Country music icon Willie Nelson is trying something a little different.
Nelson, 72, will release a long-awaited reggae album, "Countryman," in July.
Sony ordered to put logo on Meat Loaf album
CLEVELAND -Sony Music was ordered to pay $5 million for not putting a Cleveland record company's logo on Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell" album.
The settlement required Sony to place the Cleveland International Records logo on future Meat Loaf albums, but Sony delayed for more than a year. Sony claimed the omission was a mistake that was corrected.
Trebek has no plans to retire
NEW YORK -Alex Trebek, come on down!
The "Jeopardy!" host, who will turn 65 this summer, isn't close to retiring -and may have another game-show host as his model.
"Who knows?" Trebek said in a recent interview with The Associated Press. "I may want to go on like Bob Barker into his late 70s and beyond."
Trebek is under contract for two more seasons. This fall will be his 22nd season, and he said he wants to shoot for at least 25.
'Breakfast Club' cast to reunite on MTV awards
NEW YORK -Don't you forget about "The Breakfast Club."
At the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, to air June 9, the network plans to reunite the cast of the movie.
Though Emilio Estevez, who played Andrew Clark, isn't confirmed, in attendance will be Molly Ringwald (Claire Standish), Ally Sheedy (Allison Reynolds), Anthony Michael Hall (Brian Johnson) and Judd Nelson (John Bender).
-From wire reports