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Once the singer completes the two sets, she'll prepare for her first headlining tour of the States, slated to begin in the fall. John isn't working on several future projects for Disney, he's happily "cam- paigning [for] and nurturing" the careers of several up- and-coming acts. Billy Joel, who introduced John's Legend tribute, did not dis- count the possiibility of some more concert appearances with John, his former tourmate. "I never said I'd never play again." He added that any conceit appearances would "not [be part of] a I'eguliu' grinding tour." As L SLEEP AT THE WHEEL leader Ray Benson, who took home two Grammys for his Bob Wills tribute "Ride With Bob," says he already has some new tributes in mind.

Although GRAMMY Legend Award honoree and Musi Cares Person of the Year Elton John said that he's "flattered" by all of the attention surrounding the hon- ors, he added that he views most awards as "utter bull- shit. He said he's particularly fond of best new artist nominee Macy Gray, Groove Armada, Moby, and Backstreet Boys. "I'd really like to do them for Cindy Walker, Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five, and Ernest Tubb. I can do them any time." Wi fi LLIAM ORBIT, winner with Madonna for best song written for a motion picture, television, or other visual media for "Beautiful Stranger" (from the sound- track to 'Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me"), noted that he and the pop icon are near completion of the .still-untitled follow-up to 1998's Grammy-winning "Ray Of Light." With French producer Mirwais on the .studio team.

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The set is tentatively due on Mav- erick/Warner Bros, in late .spring/early summer.50 Countf Y: Mercury Noshville's Eric Heotherfy shows old-tashtoned style on his debut releose, 54 Closslcol/Keeptng Scoce: Tensions rise between clossical lobels and public radio during the Assn.ol Music Personnel In Public Rddio's annual conterence.N OT ONLY IS best new artist winner Christina Aguilera racking up formidable .sales for her self-titled RCA debut, but she's also indirectly boosting the local economy of her Pittsburgh hometown — where sewral of her former schoolmates are selling her grade-school pictures."It's just a little tacky, but I'm far too busy to take it too seriously." she said.

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