The multiplatinum "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack rode a wave of Grammy accolades to second place on the album charts this week, bested only by the latest effort from Canadian…
"The Osbournes" are ready to rock'n' roll for MTV. Series' bow Tuesday night nabbed a 2.8 rating (3.2 million households), the highest ever in channel's history for a new series premiere.
VIVApolska, Polish offspring of German music TV group Viva, will expand its broadcasting reach and its airtime starting Sunday.
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Sony Music moved swiftly Tuesday to stamp out a swirl of speculation that it was maneuvering to acquire the remaining half of ATV Music Publishing -- which includes more than 250 songs from the…
VH1, which has been speeding toward a ratings crash, hopes to make a sharp U-turn at the corner of Hollywood and Vine.
Warner Music Group and storied Gotham hip-hop imprint Tommy Boy Records have severed ties after more than 15 years together, in the latest of WMG topper Roger Ames' aggressive moves to trim or…
The music of indie-label buzz band the Faint is likely much different than what you might imagine a young band from Omaha would sound like. In fact, they seem not only out of (geographic) place but…
The 1998 release of Phantom Planet's Geffen debut, "Phantom Planet Is Missing," barely caused a blip on the industry radar. Live, the quintet rocked much harder and with more dynamic energy than it…
Twenty-five years ago, a bill like this one would have been inconceivable. Merle Haggard, the one-time king of country, supported by an all-black gospel vocal group and a Dylan/Woody protege from…
On paper, Massacre is one of the least likely "supergroups" in recent memory. Its members represent polar opposites of the avant-rock spectrum, with bassist Bill Laswell known for forays into…