The recent death of Michael Jackson hasn't merely raised his stock in the music world but in the auction houses as well.
Returning to the very stage where he and the rest of the Fab Four made their U.S. TV debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show," Paul McCartney will make his first appearance on "The Late Show with David…
The King of Pop reigns supreme in death when it comes to record sales.
From the Jackson family's perspective, it must have been a major disappointment Monday when the judge gave control of Michael Jackson's estate to attorney John Branca and music exec John McClain.
In the first of what may constitute a steady trickle, if not an avalanche, of posthumous Michael Jackson product, Hip-OSelect.com will release "Hello World: The Motown Solo Collection" on Friday.
Music mag Vibe is folding, according to internal memos issued to the staff on Tuesday by editor in chief Danyel Smith and Steve Aaron, former CEO of the Vibe Media Group.
A.R. Rahman, the singer-composer who walked away with two Oscars for his song and score work in "Slumdog Millionaire," has inked an exclusive, worldwide publishing pact, excluding India, with…
As label revenue streams struggle, they are eying the Web as a way to make music videos more profitable for themselves
Not content with TV and film stardom, Michael Douglas stole a page from Dad's playbook and produced.
Etta James' recording of "At Last," the unofficial theme song of the Obama administration, is one of 25 recordings to be preserved for posterity by the National Recording Registry of the Library of…
Michael Goi has been named president of the American Society of Cinematographers, chosen by the organization's 16-member board of directors. Goi, 50, succeeds Daryn Okada, who served three…