It's not a tough choice for record labels: Bust the budget chasing a few spins on radio and MTV, or place your song on a hot new vidgame, where millions of players will listen to it for hours. Throw…
California lawmakers want the Grammys to stay in Los Angeles, where they have been held for 34 of the last 44 years.
It will be a battle of the Wacko Jackos this February sweep, as ABC and NBC each tackle the world of Michael Jackson in specials.
The new Eminem musicvideo "Superman" will be made available only on the "8 Mile" DVD, to be released March 18.
Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Living End and Kraftwerk took line honors in the absence of a single high point to the 12th annual Big Day Out in Sydney, Australia.
Clear Channel was roughed up on Capitol Hill Thursday, with several lawmakers accusing the sprawling radio conglom of refusing to play the songs of artists who don't use its concert promotion…
Mike Shalett, co-founder of the music sales-data firm Nielsen SoundScan, has retired from his posts as chief executive of parent company Nielsen Retail Entertainment Information and president of both…
Veteran Motown Records A&R exec William "Mickey" Stevenson is striking out on his own, forming artist management, music sampling and production company Stevenson Intl. Entertainment Group.
Rick Shoemaker, president of Warner/Chappell Music, has been named president of the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund, the West Coast division of the T.J. Martell Foundation.
Last year's heralded "rock revival" continues to move apace. If the Stokes, Hives, Interpol et al. look back to the 1970s, the co-headlining bill of heavily buzzed-about bands Hot Hot Heat and the…
Whether he admits it or even knows it, Saadiq is looked upon by the current generation as the mystical guiding light of the movement principally because of his devoted studies of funk, R&B, hip-hop…