Bon Jovi climbed into the driver's seat on the U.S. album chart this week, as the New Jersey band debuted at No. 1 with its Island release "The Circle."
If, as current conventional wisdom maintains, "TV is the new radio" in terms of influencing record sales, then "The Oprah Winfrey Show" is the equivalent of a 100,000-watt Mexican border radio…
Several customers could be found browsing at Mississippi Records in Portland, Ore., drawn by the elusive and resurgent mystique of the shop's exclusive product: new and used vinyl LPs.
The Recording Academy will attempt to stoke interest in the Grammy Awards for the second year in a row with an hourlong primetime special announcing top nominees to air Dec. 2 on CBS.
Carrie Underwood took the No. 1 slot on U.S. album charts Wednesday with the debut of "Play On."
U.S. independent record stores will sell a unique LP boxed set of the Beatles' "Abbey Road."
A federal lawsuit filed by EMI Music's labels charges a northern California Web site with piracy.
After dominating the world box office last weekend, the late Michael Jackson ascended to No. 1 on the U.S. album charts with the CD companion to the film "This Is It."
An obscure website is brazenly offering the Beatles' music for sale digitally, much to the dismay of EMI, the group's record label.
John Fogerty will live dangerously this Saturday, as the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman performs his song catalog without a net on the PBS bow of the Emmy-winning "Live by Request."