Today In Music News: Radiohead Advised To Split, Jeff Is Breaking Jay's Heart, Beatles Stuff Is Pricey, Paul Banks Next Exit: Solo Album
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, May 6, 2009...
- Radiohead's manager told the band they needed to split up when the band stalled out in the studio during the recording of In Rainbows.
- Former Wilco drummer, Jay Bennett, is suing current Wilco leader, Jeff Tweedy, for at least $50,000 in unpaid royalties.
- Feel like blowing $99 on a video game controller? That's the price you can pay for replicas of the Beatles gear for the upcoming The Beatles: Rock Band.
Interpol lead singer Paul Banks is recording an album under the pseudonym Julian Plenti.
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