MULTIMEDIA SPLASH returns of '60s stars are becoming rather frequent -- Tina Turner, Pete Townshend -- but few rival the planned 1994 hit parade of Marianne Faithfull.
Pete Townshend has lived through several decades of rock 'n' roll, but he's not close to extinction. "I may look like a dinosaur, but I don't think I behave like one," joked the British rocker, whose…
File this one under "pleasant surprise." Her name is Sonya Jason.
She's baaaaack! Epic Records artist Cyndi Lauper returned to L.A. to preview her new release, "Hat Full of Stars."
Don't believe the hype. Please don't believe the hype.
What's new is old and what's old is new in the rapidly changing world of cutting-edge music.
To quote the Rhino Records campaign for its "Have a Nice Day" series, "The ' 70s are back, and there's nothing you can do about it."
The sound of Australia's pop scene is as varied as its U.S. counterpart, even if it's a considerably smaller population. From INXS' pop tunes to Midnight Oil's political harangues to the quasi-punk…
IS ARISTA'S Tim DuBois about to pull a Tony Brown?
I've got two words for you. Denis Leary: Total mania!
THE NEW LIVING COLOUR album, "Stain," the band's third for Epic, is nothing if not topical. Songs such as "Mind Your Own Business,""Never Satisfied" and "Ignorance Is Bliss" hold a musical mirror up…