Eydie Gorme, a popular nightclub and television singer as a solo act and as a team with her husband, Steve Lawrence, died Saturday in Las Vegas. She was 84. Gorme, who also had a huge solo hit in…
Now in its 25th year, ASCAP's annual monthlong workshop climaxes with each student given 16 minutes to conduct a full 60-piece orchestra.
Business goes on at the Tribeca Film Festival, even for films that aren’t in Tribeca: Anchor Bay, whose acquisitions exec is in Gotham for the fest, has acquired North American rights to “Small Time,”…
For her first ever concert in Los Angeles, U.K.-based songstress delivered a sharp, precise sampling of material from her acclaimed debut album "Devotion."
Frank Peppiatt, co-creator, writer and producer of "Hee Haw," one of the longest-running and most profitable television variety programs, died Nov. 7 of bladder cancer in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. He…
"The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence is attached to topline the romantic drama "Ends of the Earth," an Escape Artists project that The Weinstein Company is in final negotiations to acquire.
Statistically speaking, times have rarely been better to be part of an indie label. With half of last year's Grammy nominations (not to mention the last four album of the year Grammy winners) going…
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) has announced Carly Simon as the recipient of its 2012 Founders Award, to be presented at its 29th Pop Music Awards on April 18.
Producer Scott Fellows wanted to make his own version of "The Monkees," but it took him and Nickelodeon execs two years to find the right four guys for "Big Time Rush," the hit hybrid boy band/TV…
Recently christened music management company Atom Factory is broadening its horizons, branching out into electronic dance music with Atom Empire.
Much like a child going through puberty, the maturation of the Harry Potter franchise has yielded awkward growing pains for series' third film. Pent-up demand should ensure magical returns initially…