Metallica, Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park, three of the biggest hard rock bands of the last 15 years, will share the bill on the second Summer Sanitarium tour that will hit at least 18 U.S. markets this…
Police are investigating whether legendary rock producer Phil Spector murdered a B-movie actress in the foyer of his hilltop home just hours after meeting her at the House of Blues on the Sunset…
John Densmore, drummer of the Doors, has sued the two other living members of the band over unauthorized use of the band's name and logo just days before they are scheduled to reunite and perform at…
MTV Networks Latin America has tapped Michael Dagnery as VP of production for the region's MTV and Nickelodeon feevees.
British music group EMI took a tumble in its home market Tuesday as fears mounted about the record industry's ongoing woes' impact on the company's financial results for fiscal 2002.
The battle lines are drawn. If the League of American Theaters and Producers gets its way, music copyists will no longer be members of Local 802, the Associated Musicians of Greater New York.
As a co-founding member of the Smiths, Johnny Marr influenced a whole generation of British guitarists with his signature sound of layered, jangling chordal ringing. Though he brings his guitar tones…
Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Living End and Kraftwerk took line honors in the absence of a single high point to the 12th annual Big Day Out in Sydney.
R&B newcomers Amerie and Ashanti topped the nomination list for the Soul Train Music Awards on Monday, garnering three noms each for the 17th annual soul-themed kudofest.
Authorities have charged legendary music producer Phil Spector with murder in the shooting death of a woman at his home in the Los Angeles suburb of Alhambra.
It's official: The showbiz gossip mill has generated deal rumors for all five major label groups. But what the execs inside those groups are now wondering is, who's buying?