A cast of veteran Broadway performers gathered at Carnegie Hall to honor composer Cy Coleman, who has fashioned more than a few show-stopping turns.
U.S. performing-rights organization BMI has completed a long-term music licensing agreement with online music company Pressplay.
Jay Woods has been named senior vice president and general manager of roots rock label New West Records, and Peter Jesperson has been upped to senior VP of A&R.
Lincoln Center's "American Songbook" series continued over the weekend with a series of three varied concerts at the intimate Stanley Kaplan penthouse.
All too often, the jazz concertgoer is left feeling like Goldilocks, confronted by offerings that are too hot or too cool, too structured or too free. Pianist Andrew Hill, who could, in the proper…
Suffering from a cold that turned her already sandpapery voice into a gritty rasp, Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano turned an emotional homecoming into a display of sheer will. "I hear my…
Now re-signed to original home Epitaph Records and with founding member (and Epitaph president) Brett Gurewitz back in the fold, Bad Religion has in effect been born-again with a new sense of mutual…
You can almost already hear the members of Sum 41 speaking on some future episode of "Behind the Music," declaring how they had become far too big and much too soon.
Most performers who've spent the better part of four decades on the road slip into the habit of checking their watches onstage. Willie Nelson is no exception, but -- as borne out by this rare…
Scott Blackmun, formerly acting CEO for the U.S. Olympic Committee, on Thursday was named chief operating officer of Philip Anschutz's sports and concerts unit, Anschutz Entertainment Group.
XM Satellite Radio has signed up 30,000 people for its subscription radio service since its November launch, and expects to have about 350,000 subscribers by the end of 2002, the company said in its…