The reshaped management team of newly minted Atlantic Records co-presidents Ron Shapiro and Craig Kallman continued to gel Tuesday as the Warner Music imprint tapped two top promotion executives.
Placido Domingo will make two singing appearances during the 2002-03 Los Angeles Opera season that will include three productions new to the company as well as the Mariinsky Theater's version of…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The record industry may have breathed a sigh of relief after a surprisingly buoyant Christmas tempered an otherwise dismal 2001, but the future of the music biz is still anything but assured.
Where will Mariah land next? That's been the question on the lips of every gossip-monger in the record business since R&B diva Mariah Carey ankled her $80-million contract with EMI last week.
Germany's music webs, MTV and Viva, are scrapping over who has the highest audience share. MTV claims its two channels, MTV and MTV 2 Pop, hit a 3.34% rating in December, 31% higher than the combined…
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…