Emmy voters gave a final nod to veteran scribe Henry Bromell in selected his “Q&A” episode of “Homeland” for the drama writing trophy. Bromell died in March at the age of 65 of a heart condition…
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All of the major labels are putting renewed energy into reinvigorating the physical product marketplace that seemed snuffed out long ago by the emergence of cheaper digital options and rampant piracy.
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Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Jim Jarmusch's vampire drama “Only Lovers Left Alive” on the eve of its world premiere at Cannes in competition. Tilda Swinton, Tom…
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Tupac Shakur has been dead since 1996, but his star is only on the rise. Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Johnny Cash remain in the public eye with current projects.
"Spring Break…Here to Party," a compilation by country singer Luke Bryan, entered at No. 1 on the U.S. album chart last week, trailed by a collection of Jimi Hendrix material that became the late…
With the record industry continuing its gradual decline, and digital downloads and commercial licensing proving ever more crucial, a number of legacy acts are heading back into the studio. But…
Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson began as hitmakers and ended up rock 'n' roll survivors.