The Eagles will spread their wings at least one more time this summer for their "Farewell I" concert tour, as Monday turned into a rather popular day to announce summer concert gigs.
Compact-disc shipments in the U.S. fell by almost 9% in 2002 to just over 800 million units, according to new data released by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
MTV has set a June start date for what could be the final season of "The Osbournes" and ordered new series projects with Snoop Dogg and Ashton Kutcher.
In some ways, Kathleen Edwards is the very model of the old-fashioned confessional singer-songwriter. She pines over men who've done her wrong, dolefully searches for her artistic niche and even…
The history of the Pretenders has never been simple: Only leader Chrissie Hynde and drummer Martin Chambers remain from the original band, and nearly every album since "Pretenders II" has been…
Intimate music that sounded like it was made in home recording studios won over Grammy voters for the 45th annual awards, as Norah Jones, the Dixie Chicks and Bruce Springsteen walked away the big…
Arista Records executive vice president Lionel Ridenour has ankled his post, after a decade with the BMG label, to pursue as-yet-unspecified "new business opportunities."
In "Mirror Man," given its U.S. premiere on the second night of Disatrodrome!, David Thomas finds the intersection of the rolls of paper used by Jack Kerouac and William S. Burroughs, an offramp on…
The Silver Anniversary Playboy Jazz Festival -- the first major celebration in a yearlong series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of Playboy mag -- will be headlined by Boz Scaggs, Boney…
Online provider AOL has finally rolled out its version of the 18-month-old MusicNet digital tune-selling service backed by corporate cousin Warner Music.