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…
Dwight Yoakam jokingly titled his last album "Tomorrow's Sounds Today," but it was obvious from the first moments of this performance's opening "What Do You Know About Love" that Yoakam and his band…
Bruised and wary, Beth Orton sings like a romantic conscience, that little voice in the back of your head at the start of every relationship advising caution, a reminder that however good it feels…
For the first time in Bruce Springsteen's storied career, this voice of the underdog has created a show designed to convey a single message -- one of faith and trust: The collected mass can be saved…
When "Spider-Man" rocketed to $400 million in domestic B.O. this summer, you could almost hear the Sony brass shouting for glee in Culver City -- not just at the gross, but at the megabuck ancillary…
"Cleopatra's" barge may have sank at the box office in 1963, but conductor John Mauceri believes Alex North's musical score is ready to sail back from the shores of denial.
The Flanders Film Festival has unveiled the nominees for the annual World Soundtrack Awards, to be held at the fest in Ghent, Belgium Oct. 19.
The powers-that-be who thought of pairing the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra should have felt rather sheepish Wednesday. After all, here were two crackling big bands…
Arenas Entertainment is producing a docu feature on Mexican "corrido" musical band the Tucanes de Tijuana, adding to its projects aimed at Spanish-speaking auds worldwide
Veteran rocker and MTV reality star Ozzy Osbourne says he is struggling to go on with his summer road show but feels like his "spirit's dead" since learning that his wife and manager, Sharon, has…