After a season troubled by finances, a dock strike, death and throat trouble, the Los Angeles Opera announced plans to tackle six new productions, including a world premiere and North American…
It's taken almost a full year, but singer-songwriter Norah Jones finally made her way to the top of the album chart this week.
The 45th annual Grammy Awards will be the first major awards show to be broadcast in High Definition TV and 5.1 surround sound.
A peace treaty announced Tuesday between the record biz and Silicon Valley could reshape the debate over what role Capitol Hill should play in mandating antipiracy technology being sought by…
Producer and record exec Jermaine Dupri has landed at Arista Records, inking a deal to move his So So Def Recordings imprint into the Arista fold.
A District Court judge on Monday gave Hollywood and the major labels a greenlight to pursue their lawsuit against Sharman Networks, the foreign-based distributor of wildly popular file-swapping…
Six nights of film music will fill the Kennedy Center in Washington as the National Symphony Orchestra and music director Leonard Slatkin present the series Soundtracks.
The U.K. government revealed Tuesday it is launching a review of censorship laws amid mounting concern about the rise in gun violence.
Hip-hop artist The Streets and garage star Ms Dynamite nabbed four nominations each at the U.K.'s biggest music competish, the Brit Awards, on Tuesday, beating established artists Robbie Williams and…
Sony Pictures Classics is in negotiations for North American distribution rights to the Bob Dylan starrer "Masked & Anonymous," the first title from Nigel Sinclair and Guy East's Spitfire Pictures.
Vet jazz singer Mark Murphy shapes his songs with dark sensitivity, spurred by enveloping warmth and deeply imaginative conviction. There is interpretive logic in his unique blend of phrasing and…