He may be 48, but Edgar Bronfman Jr. is the comeback kid. Third-generation scions who pulverize the family biz don't usually get such high-stake second chances.
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omposer and entrepreneur Andrew Lloyd Webber has declared his interest in buying Warner Chappell, the publishing arm of Time Warner's music operations.
Britney Spears charged to the top of the nation's album sales chart as her fourth Jive album, "In the Zone," went home with 609,000 buyers in the week ended Sunday, according to SoundScan.
The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra's guest appearances at Disney Concert Hall this past weekend marked two homecomings. For conductor Simon Rattle, it was a return to the city where, barely out of his…
Put the word "eclectic" into your MS Word thesaurus, and something interesting happens: It's defined as synonymous with both "select" and "diverse." In a lineup that looked a touch weak on paper -…
The mesmerizing guitar work of Madagascar's D'Gary supplied the awe-inspiring moments in this relatively sedate overview of stringed instruments with connections to the guitar. An oudist and a…
Rock en espanol festival Lo McXimo de la Musica provides a sampling of some of the genre's most popular bands for a low ticket price -- an ideal proposition for neophytes wanting to get a taste of…
Michael Jackson, addressing his fans directly via a new Web site, said the child molestation allegations made against him are "predicated on a big lie" and he will be exonerated in court.
Edgar Bronfman Jr. is officially back in the music game. On Monday the Bronfman-topped investor group led by Thomas H. Lee Partners, Bain Capital and Providence Equity Partners, formally agreed to…
EMI Group has conceded defeat in its attempt to buy Time Warner's recorded music arm. The British music major announced Monday that it has withdrawn its offer for the division. That leaves the way…