Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, June 22, 2009...
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- A Minnesota mom was charged a $1.92 million dollar fine for illegally downloading songs from Kazaa. Way to go record industry--alienating record buyers is the best way to get people to buy your product.
- Former members of Evanescence are forming a new band called Fallen with American Idol contestant Carly Smithson. Take that Amy Lee!
New Kids on The Block have canceled their Australian tour, blaming it on the recession. Which is better than blaming the lack of ticket sales due to fading nostalgia.