With less than 24 hours to go before the US elections, musicians everywhere have been urging people to vote.
Here's you election re-cap for Monday (November 3rd):
At a rally in Ohio yesterday (November 2nd), Bruce Springsteen reduced 80,000 people to tears as he campaigned for Democratic hopeful Barack Obama.
Mr Obama, appearing after Springsteen's set, described the singer as one of "a handful of people who enter into your lives through their music and tell the American people's story."
Meanwhile, rapper's Jay-Z and P Diddy took to a rally in Florida to remind people that they needed to head to the polls on Tuesday if they wanted change.
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor echoed a similar message in an email to fans.
Elsewhere, Mickey Leigh, the brother of Joey Ramone, reacted angrily after the widow of Johnny Ramone began campaigning on behalf of the Republican party.
Leigh said that Linda Cummings views do “not represent the political views of the Ramones”.
Over in the Gigwise blog, we're debating whether its right for musicians to become so involved in politics. What do you think? CLICK HERE to post your thoughts.