The Hollywood Bowl turned into a giant submarine porthole over the weekend, with two big screens showing scenes from BBC/Discovery Channel series "The Blue Planet" as the Los Angeles Philharmonic…
It may have seemed like a goofy ad, but it wasn't promoting Goofy.
It's been nearly a month since former RIAA topper Hilary Rosen ankled her post, but the music industry's top lobbying shop shows no signs of slacking.
The local entertainment industry is reeling from a corruption scandal allegedy involving Canto-pop stars and other leading figures.
Music mogul Irving Azoff has ankled his post as co-chairman of live-event promoter Concerts West, shifting to a purely advisory role within the company in order to focus his attention full-time on…
AFTRA and the recording industry have been continuing negotiations over a new recording contract, with the current contract's expiration now extended for more than a year.
It may seem counterintuitive to suggest that electronic music can swing. After all, the point of techno bloops and bleeps is often the opposite that of jazz: an attempt to put bodies into…
The John Mayer and Counting Crows double bill that pulled into Staples Center Thursday night is the type of show designed for lean times: Take two acts who could probably do respectable business on…
Yes, Natalie Maines has apologized for her "controversial" remarks about the president, but even before one note is played on Dixie Chicks' "Top of the World" tour, it's apparent that the incident…
"Rejoice and Swing" looked like an intriguing catch phrase for a so-called jazz event at the Hollywood Bowl Wednesday night -- linking three diverse acts by virtue of some of their common gospel and…