A.M. Music News: Bonnaroo So Far, The White Stripes vs. the Air Force, and More Military Madness

Laura Musselman
The Flaming Lips
-- MySpace: Bonnaroo's rolling out the lineup for this year's fest one artist at a time. John Fogerty, Phoenix, and The Flaming Lips performing Dark Side of the Moon have already been added.

-- Third Man Records: Wow, so the White Stripes didn't want the Air Force to use "Fell In Love With a Girl" in that Super Bowl ad.

-- LiveDaily: Deer Tick plays The Tractor on April 22.

-- Pitchfork: Fleet Fox Robin Pecknold joins Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Vetiver, and Brendan Benson on Be Yourself: A Tribute to Graham Nash's Songs for Beginners. Read our recent chat with Nash, including his comments about performing "Military Madness" from Beginners.

-- OK, Two Bits of Michael Jackson News: First, his doctor has been charged with involuntary manslaughter; his father, Joe Jackson, says it was all part of a conspiracy to kill MJ, and that MJ even told his kids that he thought he was going to be murdered.

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