Kylie Minogue, Natalie Imbruglia and Holly Valance each nabbed a nom Monday for best female artist in the 16th Australian Recording Industry Assn. Awards, to be held in Olympic Park Sydney on Oct. 15.
"Gutterflower," the title of the Goo Goo Dolls' latest album, is a perfect metaphor for the band's longtime identity conflict, which finds them moving back and forth between grungy pop-rock and…
UCLA Performing Arts's artists in residence, Kronos Quartet, stuck with the festive material found on its new Nonesuch recording "Nuevo," giving music from film, television and the pop world a level…
A subtle musical provocateur, Tunisia's Anouar Brahem approaches the oud with guitar flourishes and Western accents, blurring the instrument's ancestry sonically in the name of a new globally…
Robert Plant brought his new band, Strange Sensation, and songs from his new album to the Greek Theater on Thursday. Just as surrounding himself with younger musicians in the studio has him sounding…
The recent success of several songs which broke out after car companies licensed them for TV ads has labels revving their engines for more laps around the track.
Warner Music Europe prexy Paul-Rene Albertini has been upped to president of Warner Music Intl., adding oversight of activities and operations in Asia Pacific, Canada and Latin America. The promotion…
Last year the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed American punk rockers, this year it's poised to induct the Brits.
The Marsalises, recognized as the first family of jazz, will open a rare tour together at the Place des Arts in Montreal on Feb. 25.
The Dixie Chicks' "Home" retained the top spot on the nation's albums chart as major diskeries have slowed releases to a trickle in the weeks around Sept. 11.
What's this? Standup at the Cafe Carlyle? Strictly speaking, no, but you might think otherwise if you heard the waves of laughter rolling around the venerable night spot on Monday, when Christine…