Irish rockers U2 and their multimedia "Zoo TV" tour led a concert industry that rebounded in 1992 after hitting bottom the previous year, an industry newsletter reported yesterday.
Edwin Gerschefski, a pianist and composer who found inspiration for his works in news articles, died Dec. 17 at 83.
Stanley E. Hubbard, a broadcast pioneer whose Hubbard Broadcasting owns TV and radio stations in Minnesota, New Mexico and Florida, died Dec. 27 at 95.
Tap dancer Eddie Brown, who won fame as a master of rhythm tap improvisation and schooled another generation of dancers, died Monday at 74 after a long battle with cancer.
Blues guitarist Albert King, 69, died Dec. 21 after a heart attack. King influenced Eric Clapton and other rock greats and saw his own career revive as they popularized the blues.
Wayne Satz, an award-winning and controversial TV reporter who broke the McMartin Pre-School molestation story in 1984, was found dead at his Studio City home, authorities said. He was 47.
Lawyers for Los Angeles radio station KLSX-FM asked the federal government to withdraw a proposed $ 105,000 fine levied as a result of 12 broadcasts by syndicated New York shock jock Howard Stern.
Doobie Brothers percussionist Bobby LaKind died following a long battle with cancer and just two months after reuniting with the band for a pair of concerts to benefit his two sons.
Stella Adler, one of the theater's great actresses and teachers who coached such people as Marlon Brando and Shelley Winters, died in her sleep early yesterday at her Los Angeles home. She was 91…
The death yesterday of Steven J. Ross not only ends one of the more legendary careers in show business, it also throws an element of uncertainty into the future of Time Warner Inc. Although Ross'…