The pending merger of Bertelsmann Music Group and Warner Music would prove music to the ears of AOL Time Warner shareholders.
Though Congress declared 2003 the Year of the Blues, the first nine months have been about anticipation. At the center of the long-gestating celebration is "Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues," a…
TV Azteca, Mexico's second largest broadcaster, has banned singer and actress Lucero from all its programming after an incident in which her bodyguard brandished a gun at the press.
Could it be more retaliation against Fuse, the musicvid cabler that's been giving MTV a run for its money in recent months? Perhaps. But whatever the reason, MTV is finally coming out with its own…
Wednesday night's "The Edge of Jazz" program looked to be the most adventurous entry in the Hollywood Bowl jazz series by far -- and by and large, it was. Indeed, the evening got deeper into da noise…
Mary J. Blige has joined a roster of performers for the MTV Video Music Awards that already includes 50 Cent, Coldplay and Christina Aguilera.
McCoy Tyner plays the piano like Goliath. For his Birdland debut, dazzling opener "Home" demonstrated his familiar percussive approach, all thunder and fire. His perf nuanced with bold block chords…
The RIAA's aggressive legal efforts to curtail online digital music piracy may actually be working, according to new survey data.
After negotiating for more than a year, AFTRA and the record industry met this week with a federal mediator in hopes of reaching a deal on a new contract.
Alan Jackson's second hits collection on Arista Nashville sold more than 328,000 copies in a week that see some adjusting due to missed sales reporting during the East Coast blackout.