Concert promoter Live Nation is offering a "club passport" that will allow consumers unlimited access to shows in its club-level venues around the country for the rest of the year.
Mary Travers, the willowy blonde vocalist of the early-'60s pop-folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary, died Wednesday after a long battle with leukemia at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. She was 72.
Pioneering new wave band Devo has signed a wide-ranging partnership with Warner Bros. Records, group's original label during their hit-making days of the '70s and '80s.
Contemporary rap and old-school rock duked it out at retail this week, as Jay-Z's "The Blueprint 3" -- ultimately the stanza's No. 1 album -- and the retooled Beatles catalog faced off for sales…
Opening up a new avenue for music promotion, Comedy Central skein "The Colbert Report" will stream full albums by the show's musical guests on its website ColbertNation.com.
Mexican singer-songwriter-producer Juan Gabriel will be honored for his musical and philanthropic achievements as the Latin Recording Academy's 2009 person of the year.
Bob Dylan, whose song catalog includes "When I Paint My Masterpiece," will receive a major exhibition of his canvases at the National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) in fall 2010.
A lawsuit filed by several U.S. record labels against producers of Ellen DeGeneres' show alleges that the new "American Idol" co-host's p.m. talker infringed on copyrighted recordings by…
Pierre Cossette, the longtime producer of the Grammy Awards, died Friday of congestive heart failure near his home in St. Anicet, Quebec, Canada. He was 85.
The Beatles faithful were lined up about 25 deep in front of Amoeba Records' Hollywood store at 10 a.m. on Wednesday -- known in fan shorthand as "9-9-09," the release date for the Fab Four's…
Whitney Houston etches her comeback with a No. 1 debut on the national album chart.