With pep in his voice and an assertive band behind him, Jimmy Scott displayed an uptempo side of his personality rarely seen in L.A. clubs in the dozen years since his return to headliner status…
The romantic movie "Brown Sugar" received a leading eight nominations Thursday for the NAACP Image Awards.
Warner Music Intl. chairman and chief exec Stephen Shrimpton on Thursday announced his retirement from the Warner Music Group unit.
The Rhythm & Blues Foundation will present Pioneer Awards to the Supremes, Del Vikings ("Come Go With Me") and Dixie Cups ("Iko Iko") plus Clarence "Frogman" Henry ("Ain't Got No Home"), Johnny Nash…
Garson Foos, former senior VP of marketing for Rhino Records, has been appointed president and general manager of Retropolis Entertainment.
Shania Twain clung to the top spot in the album rankings for a second week running, beating off a formidable challenge from fellow country twanger Tim McGraw as the holiday-sales season continued to…
"The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" lead the field of nominees for the 2002 People's Choice Awards with two nominations apiece.
Madonna and Guy Oseary's Maverick Films and Erich Van Lowe's Sweet Lorraine Prods. have pacted with ABC/Touchstone to develop a music-themed series starring "The Practice's" Marla Sokoloff.
An Illinois federal judge on Tuesday issued a temporary restraining order against file-swapping company Madster -- aka Aimster -- to shut down all Internet access to its system.
Lawyers representing record companies and movie studios argued in federal court Monday that companies marketing file-sharing services encourage illegal copying of music and movies.
Despite all the talk of good vibes that invariably accompanies discussion of the Grateful Dead's legacy, the band -- and offshoots like the Other Ones -- has always been better at burrowing into the…