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Sentencing today for punk rock murder; Willie Nelson plans more tunes; Alan Jackson plays benefit for W. Va. miners

By Ally Schweitzer

- Natavia Lowery is sentenced today for killing her employer, former Ramones manager and rock star real estate broker Linda Stein. Lowery was convinced of murdering Stein, who managed the Ramones in the 1970s and went on to sell properties to celebrities in New York. Stein was found beaten to death in her Manhattan apartment in October 2007.

- Willie Nelson just released an album, but he's got more coming: the veteran country star is already working on material with producer James Stroud that he says will "take up where the 'Country Music' album left off," featuring what Nelson calls "all those great musicians in Nashville, the guitar players and pickers."

- Alan Jackson will donate all proceeds from his May 22 show in Charleston, West Virginia, to families of miners killed in the Upper Big Branch mine explosion in April. Ticket prices have been dropped to $20 to encourage a bigger turnout.

By Ally Schweitzer  |  May 3, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Alan Jackson, Linda Stein, Willie Nelson  
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