Ted Koppel's "Nightline" interview with Bruce Springsteen will get a second life on A&E.
With the Los Angeles Philharmonic out globetrotting, John Mauceri and his Hollywood Bowl Orchestra slipped into one of the Phil's classical Tuesday slots at the Bowl, characteristically bringing…
Eminem reclaimed his throne at the top of the album heap last week -- besting rival rapper Nelly in an ongoing chart-derby -- while Arista records enjoyed a banner outing with a strong debut and an…
Lifetime Television and Marie Claire magazine have set plans for the third annual "Women Rock! Girls & Guitars" concert, which will air Oct. 25 with Jennifer Love Hewitt hosting.
For the first time, the Music & Entertainment Industry Group for City of Hope has selected six recipients for the Spirit of Life Award.
More than 200 recording artists have signed letters of support for AFTRA's efforts to expand artists' rights in the union's sound recordings contract.
German music web group Viva Media is bucking the downward trend of media companies on the stock market and will move up to the Neuer Markt's Nemax-50 index in September.
The Recording Industry Assn. of America fired off a fresh round of statistics Monday in its campaign to prove that digital piracy is to blame for the huge slump in music sales over the past year.
Distrib and production company Tepuy Intl. has nabbed rights to distribute and co-produce Gestmusic Endemol formats in the U.S. Hispanic market and Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Throughout its career, Sonic Youth has been fascinated by death and decay (albeit in an ironic, art-damaged way), but it took the events of Sept. 11 to rouse the band out of a late-'90s stupor.
The number of surviving 1970s-era, arena-level progressive rock acts still worth seeing and hearing in concert now stands at three: Rush, Jethro Tull and Yes. The latter band has been at it…