With a choir, a horn section, a Theremin player and a harpist, the Polyphonic Spree is a singular act, bedecked in flowing white robes and singing songs about reaching for the sun and celebrating the…
Serving up a psychedelic ambience aimed at death metal fans, Brit-based Porcupine Tree and Swedish ponderers Opeth can count more than a decade's worth of recorded music and touring. And at this…
On top of the stringent visa regulations put in place after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, international entertainment execs and performers will now face additional roadblocks.
As part of the apparently never-ending quest to hammer film music into the concert hall, the Hollywood Bowl went at it from another perspective Wednesday night -- spotlighting the long-running…
Pay little heed to her record company's lineage, her embracing of Duke Ellington and the wide-open guitar solos: Norah Jones is a country girl at heart. Jones unveiled a handful of new tunes…
London- and Los Angeles-based production concern Myriad Pictures has entered into a publishing pact with indie global music publisher Peermusic.
Despite Brazil's economic slowdown, music net MTV Brasil has upped its ad revenue. Ad sales to date were up 22% in the six months ended in June versus the same period a year ago.
Boston's Guster has been around for more than 10 years, quietly making records full of non-threatening folk-rock with just acoustic guitars and hand-percussion as instrumentation. It's a recipe for…
John Mellencamp has the bestselling blues album in the country, and he has managed to do it without changing direction. His Columbia disc "Trouble No More" is an absorbing assimilation of the works…
All the bicoastal chatter that the studios are on the brink of choosing a new leading man in Washington is more than a little premature, insiders say.