The 36th Ghent Film Festival, a showcase for film music, will open Oct. 6 with Felix van Groeningen's "The Misfortunates," Belgium's submission in the foreign-language film Oscar race.
Anybody looking to fashion a narrative for Whitney Houston on the eve of the release of her first album of new material in seven years need look no further than the songs on "I Look to You."
There's a bit of twang in the current album chart, as country stars Reba McEntire, George Strait and the ever-resilient Taylor Swift claimed three of the top 10 slots for the week ended Sunday…
The unofficial L.A. County coroner's report that ruled Michael Jackson's death a homicide brings up more questions than it answers.
A.R. Rahman, who won two Oscars for his music in "Slumdog Millionaire," leads the nominations for the World Soundtrack Awards, to be doled out Oct. 17, the closing night of the Ghent Film Festival.
The King of Country supplanted the King of Pop, as George Strait's "Twang" bested Michael Jackson's "Number Ones" on Billboard's comprehensive chart while also opening atop the current album chart…
Aerosmith has cancelled the remainder of its tour due to injuries suffered by lead singer Steven Tyler when he fell from the stage during an Aug. 5 concert in Sturgis, S.D.
New York-based avant garde music mecca the Knitting Factory has sent out its official change-of-address notice, moving from its storied lower Manhattan location to the Williamsburg neighborhood of…
Neil Young, a pioneering influence on movements ranging from folk rock to grunge, has been designated the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year, according to Neil Portnow, president/CEO of the Recording…
Ticketmaster, the world's largest ticket agency, has named head Roger Ames as CEO, international. Based in London, the former EMI North America head and Warner Music Group CEO will oversee…