The Bad Boys took over the album charts for the second week in a row, holding off stiff competition from a tried-and-true pop compilation to reclaim the No. 1 slot.
BBC1's 40-year-old music chart show "Top of the Pops" could be relegated to the less-than-popular digital web BBC3 if ratings don't pick up, according to BBC1 controller Lorraine Heggessey.
As rock icons go, Janis Joplin has been one of the more mercurial, her fitful, over-the-top presence -- and voice -- so difficult to reproduce that only the staunchest of tribute-minded folks have…
Back in the 1980s and early '90s, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute's training program for young musicians occupied UCLA's music facilities during the summer. That program shut down long ago…
When their four-hour concert at Universal Amphitheatre was concluded, it was the diminutive Cyndi's Lauper's spirited and emotional performance that supplied the evening's heft while Meat Loaf's…
Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme are two of a kind, perhaps the last two. Looking remarkably younger than their years (he's 67, she's 70), Lawrence quips, "There are not too many showbiz couples left…
The Pacific Amphitheater announcer gave the highlights of Bob Dylan's career in an unironically hyperbolic manner: "The poet laureate of a generation; the poet laureate of the '60s; he found Jesus in…
VH1 has presented Tracy McGraw with vice president stripes, upping her in the communications department.
The Federal Trade Commission dealt Vivendi Universal a little chin music Monday, ruling that the French media giant's music division unfairly fixed prices on an album by the Three Tenors released…
A new era has begun at the Recording Industry Assn. of America with the hiring of a Republican as its top Washington lobbyist. Mitch Bainwol, former chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Bill…