Recording artist Nelly has signed with United Talent Agency.
Ending a bitter legal feud that many had hoped would change the course of the artists rights debate raging in the music biz, volatile rocker Courtney Love has split from her label Universal Music…
Grammy has a new boss. The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has tapped veteran label exec Neil Portnow as president --a post that had been vacant since the former chief, Michael Greene…
The record business will cough up more than $140 million in cash and donated compact discs to settle a long-running antitrust lawsuit brought by the attorneys general from 42 states.
Casual followers of Latin music should pay closer attention to Carlos Vives. The Colombian singer-songwriter provides a much-needed antidote to genre's distorted image forced upon the American…
Producer and rapper Sean "P. Diddy" Combs will host the MTV Europe Music Awards in Barcelona, Spain, on Nov. 14.
When you call your band the Negro Problem, you're clearly not trying to making anyone feel comfortable. And as front man Stew, a formidable, but gentle black man in a goofy tasseled wool cap, took…
The Rolling Stones are, in many ways, the rock 'n' roll equivalent of glaciers. Ancient and huge, they don't move particularly quickly, but virtually every slight movement can seem like a major…
Sheryl Crow's fourth album, "C'mon C'mon" (A&M/Interscope), is the latest chapter in her transformation from an intriguing singer-songwriter into a aerobicized pop tart ready to grace the cover of…
With the Strokes, Hives, Vines, White Stripes and Interpol gaining fans with their reworking of late '70s/early '80s punk rock styles, the time seems ripe for someone to excavate the effervescent…
Eric Clapton, In Bloom, Matthew Sweet, Sugar Ray and Van Dyke Parks will join headliner Brian Wilson at the Carl Wilson Foundation Benefit Concert on Oct. 6 at UCLA's Royce Hall.