No one has ever walked out of a theater humming a Laurie Anderson tune. "Life on a String" (Nonesuch), her first album of songs in six years, feels like pieces in search of a concept, notebook…
Tower Records said Monday it's seeking to restructure its debt to avoid falling into violation of loan covenants.
The first season of one of Showtime's more successful weekly series, Viacom Prods.' "The Chris Isaak Show," will get an early rerun play on VH1 beginning in November.
In her classy debut, Stephanie Pope puts a refreshing new spin on antique tunes from the Roaring '20s and the Great Depression. The songs, several of which grace her new Jerome CD, "Now's the Time to…
Showing no signs of fatigue or question marks about making a show revolve around material from her last two albums, Madonna started her final stop on the Drowned World Tour Sunday with a mesmerizing…
The durable drawing power of Brazilian music was demonstrated again Sunday at the Hollywood Bowl, where 14,293 fans packed the amphitheater for a twin bill featuring Virginia Rodrigues and Sergio…
The MTV Video Music Awards delivered its second largest audience on Thursday, although the kudocast was unable to approach the teen ratings it delivered two years ago.
He's sold more records than virtually any performer alive, he's recognized as much as anyone in entertainment, but Michael Jackson apparently needed to be convinced that people really like him. To…
There's a fine line between precious and cloying, and the Scottish collective Belle & Sebastian hugs it with the grip of a child clasping a security blanket.
MTV may soon tune up "Making the Band," while ABC is planning to engage a couple. With the Alphabet opting against a third season of the boy band reality sudser, Bunim-Murray Prods. and the music…
The video for pop smash "Lady Marmalade" took the top honors at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards Thursday night, beating back competition from the likes of U2 and Eminem.