Pop music brought its best and brightest out of retirement to break records at the concert halls in 2002.
For record execs around the world, 2002 has shaped up to be a year best forgotten. Global music sales are expected to be down by nearly 10%, and things aren't likely to improve much in the coming…
At Phish's first show in over two years, the band wisely opted to brush aside tunes from their new, uneven album "Round Room" (Elektra) in favor of showcasing the older, impressively composed…
In a fitting end to the year on the music charts, the soundtrack to Eminem's blockbuster pic "8 Mile" (Interscope/Shady) reclaimed the top spot in the final week of 2002, unseating Shania Twain and…
Jana Herzen has expanded her San Francisco-based independent label Motema Music to focus on jazz and world music, hiring two execs to assist with the growth.
Put simply, Kelly Osbourne would not ever set professional foot on any nonkaraoke rock club stage if her parents' names were not Ozzy and Sharon. The 18-year-old reality TV star did not show any real…
Now that he's sold his company to Bertelsmann for a whopping $2.74 billion, Zomba Music founder Clive Calder isn't saying what he'll do next -- but it's unlikely he's tuned out.
Police on Saturday foiled an attempt to bomb Bollywood extravaganza "Now or Never" at the Absa stadium in Durban, South Africa.
A&E has landed the North American premiere of the two-hour "Nobel Peace Prize Concert" featuring performances by Jennifer Lopez, Santana, Willie Nelson and Hall & Oates.
Music industry vets Brad Colerick and Dave Curtin have launched Los Angeles-based music supervision company DeepMix.
Britain, birthplace of rock music icons like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, has gone crazy for manufactured pop bands, which dominated the last weekly singles chart of 2002.