Tuli Kupferberg, vocalist for the good-naturedly scabrous Greenwich Village folk band the Fugs, died Monday in New York.
"Learning to Live With Myself," a new documentary about the great country performer Merle Haggard, premieres as part of PBS's "American Masters" series on July 21. The film is directed by Gandulf…
Klaus Voormann, a close familiar of the Beatles as graphic artist, musician and long-term amigo, will be the subject of the Smithsonian Channel's biography "All You Need Is Klaus," which premieres…
Aficionados of '70s soul and funk will issue a loud cheer on Aug. 31, when Time Life releases "The Best of Soul Train," a three-DVD set reprising some magic moments from producer-host Don Cornelius'…
The all-star June 22 "Nashville Rising" concert at Music City's Bridgestone Arena raised more than $2.2 million to benefit flood relief efforts in Tennessee.
Composer Hans Zimmer and guitarist Johnny Marr (Smiths, Modest Mouse) will perform the music from the new Christopher Nolan pic "Inception" with a 20-piece orchestra at a July 13 post-premiere…
The Village Voice uses the release of a new compilation of Sugar Hill Records hits as the occasion for a scorching interview with house drummer Keith Le Blanc, who serves up some dirt on the…
L.A.'s Cinefamily, which kicks off the Don't Knock the Rock Festival tonight, is presenting another special event at the Silent Movie Theater on Sunday: a fundraiser screening of the silent 1916…
Harvey Fuqua, the '50s vocal group star who went on to discover Marvin Gaye and become a key A&R exec for a succession of labels, died July 6 in Detroit following a heart attack. He was 80.
Writer-director-star Tom Hanks' 1996 feature "That Thing You Do!" remains among the most delightful rock 'n' roll movies ever made, in no small measure thanks to its glorious, pitch-perfect…
Physical album sales continued to decline and digital album sales grew during the first six months of 2010, according to data released Wednesday by Nielsen SoundScan.