You can forgive Laura Engel for feeling conflicted on Oscar night. This year she had three clients up for Academy Awards, including two going head to head for original score.
Sometimes second chances arrive in the most serendipitous way. In the late '70s, disco ruled the airwaves and Dionne Warwick was ready to quit making records. "It became apparent the days of the…
Tim Leiweke and the city of London got off to a rocky start.
Ask AEG worldwide president and CEO Tim Leiweke about his company's competition from the City of Industry when it comes to bringing a football stadium -- not to mention a team -- to Los Angeles and…
In September, the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead convened in San Francisco with Mark Pinkus, senior VP of Grateful Dead Properties and Worldwide Licensing for Rhino Entertainment.
Krakow's Film Music Festival may still be in its infancy, but the event is gaining on its older siblings, Spain's Ubeda and Tenerife Film Music Festivals, and the granddaddy of them all, Belgium's…
Joe Wright goes from classical to electronica with 'Hanna's' Chemical Bros score.
Not many cities come with their own signature sound, but then again, not many cities are Rio de Janeiro, where, in the new 3D animated movie "Rio," birds launch into song, bolstered by the rhythms of…
As one of the most decorated entertainers in show business history, Barbra Streisand -- one of those rare birds who has scored an Oscar, Emmy, Tony and multiple Grammys -- is notoriously shy about…
If it seems like T Bone Burnett is everywhere, that's because he is. In the past year alone, he produced albums for Elton John and Leon Russell, Elvis Costello, Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Gregg…