February 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 78  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

IN BRIEF

East Coast Music Awards get Crushed
The East Coast Music Awards were held in St. John’s, Nfld. on Monday night, and rock group Crush dominated the field, snapping up awards for Entertainer, Group, Single, Rock Record and Songwriter of the Year. Singer-songwriter Damhnait Doyle and Jimmy Rankin picked up two awards each and Sloan won for Video of the Year for “The Rest of My Life.” Best New Artist went to Matt Mays, while Best Alternative Recording went to Buck 65.

Guns N’ Roses to release hits package
It’s not the promised Chinese Democracy album that probably never existed anyway, but the next Guns N’ Roses disc will be out Tuesday, Mar. 23. Simply titled Greatest Hits, the disc will include classics like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child Of Mine,” “November Rain,” “Don’t Cry” and their cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.”

Canadian downloaders beware
Though Canadians have been safe from the American recording industry’s crackdown on downloaders of illegal music, things might be changing soon. The Canadian Recording Industry Association has asked a federal court to force Internet service providers to identify the biggest uploaders of unlicensed music files.

—Brian Wong

 

 

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