The hits keep on coming. "Now That's What I Call Music!" has again risen to the top of the nation's album sales, taking the pole position on sales of 207,000 units.
Is there any room for soft pastels in a world where garish flash is the order of the day? That's the question that came to mind during young French-Israeli chanteuse Keren Ann's muted-but-beguiling…
Rocker Tommy Lee has signed up for Reality TV 101. NBC has pacted with the former Motley Crue drummer for an untitled half-hour unscripted comedy in which Lee will enroll in college -- and allow…
Sam Kirby, formerly an agent at Evolution Talent in Gotham, has joined the William Morris Agency as a VP in the contemporary music department.
MTV2 is turning old musicvideos into new marketing opportunities for videogames. Cable net is launching "Video Mods," a series that features videogame characters recreating hit musicvideos.
In the past few years, Sunset Junction has become a showcase for up-and-coming local bands as well as established acts with a connection to Los Angeles' bohemian neighborhood of Silverlake.
The first edition of L.A. Salsa Festival 2004 saved the best for last. Unfortunately, when it came time for Puerto Rico's venerable El Gran Combo to perform, a strict curfew conspired against the…
Sunday night is the perfect time to hear Jesse Harris. The New Yorker writes songs that feel like endings -- of an affair, a journey, a night out. "While the Music Lasts," his recent Verve Forecast…
Grupo Televisa has paid Univision Communications $16.5 million to settle a dispute over its sale of record label Fonovisa.
Leonard Bernstein tried to embrace the whole world when he unleashed his audacious, polystylistic, uninhibitedly theatrical "Mass"in 1971. Despite dire predictions that it would remain chained to its…
Carole King was not being metaphorical when she titled her first tour in over a decade "Living Room." The stage is set with a love seat, side chair and coffee table. And King, a youthful 62, has an…