Gold Circle Entertainment, the boutique record label started by Gateway Computer co-founder Norm Waitt Jr., confirmed Friday that it will close its doors and lay off its 25 staffers.
When DreamWorks Records co-chair Mo Ostin took the helm seven years ago after a prosperous tenure at Warner Bros., he was in the enviable position of having nothing to prove.
BMG Entertainment's plan to offer more specific warnings in its music marketing got an unusually warm reception Thursday from Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.), who praised it as a "marked improvement"…
"Falling in Love With Love" explores the 27-year union of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart. Joys abound as the sassy chanteuse spins through some 22 songs that illustrate the wit and…
The Pizzarelli family is holding its third annual family reunion at Feinstein's at the Regency. The boundless pleasures of the trio are heightened by the firmly planted coordination of the threesome…
Dee Dee Ramone, bassist and founding member of seminal punk group the Ramones, died Wednesday night at his Los Angeles home. The L.A. County Corroner's Office is investigating the death as a possible…
Dallas-based music Netco Streamwaves has inked a nonexclusive licensing pact with Universal Music Group.
There was no business like "Show" business for Eminem this week, as sales of the rapper's latest disc "The Eminem Show" (Interscope/Shady) surpassed even the loftiest expectations for its first full…
Pop star Britney Spears gave her young Southland fans exactly the kind of show they came for on at the sold-out Staples Center. The ambitious blonde's 75-minute production featured lots of…
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are back in the record-making business.
Former Gotham karaoke king Andrew W.K. is on a beer-, sweat- and vomit-soaked mission to bring the "party" back to rock 'n' roll, joining pop songs, heavy-metal guitars and danceable beats into one…