Dallas quartet Drowning Pool makes old-fashioned, unadorned heavy metal -- with no rapping or samples -- that follows in the footsteps of Pantera, Korn, Tool and Deftones.
Pow! Pow! Pow! The surging exuberance and strength of the legendary Woody Herman Herd was re-created by the Lincoln Center Jazz orchestra, whose members rose to the occasion with big, broad explosive…
Producer Mace Neufeld has acquired screen rights to the Reid Badger-penned book "A Life in Ragtime," and will develop a film about Lt. James Reese Europe, a musician and WWI soldier who helped spread…
Live-event giant Clear Channel Entertainment is planning a reshuffle of top management at its flagship music arm in a bid to revitalize the flagging division, which was hit hard by a sagging economy…
Vancouver-based rockers Nickelback received four Juno Awards, and Diana Krall took three at the 31st annual Canuck music kudos Sunday night, in an evening in which many of the most-nommed artists…
Independent music publisher Chrysalis Music scored a coup last week, signing a five-year worldwide contract to administer a pair of publishing catalogs repping the bulk of Elvis Presley's biggest…
Days after AOL Time Warner's Bob Pittman took the reins at America Online, the company named radio pioneer James de Castro head of AOL Interactive Services on Thursday.
Fresh from clearing the digital rights to Warner Music's song catalog, music netco FullAudio said it has inked another licensing deal -- this one with the National Music Publishers' Association.
Billy Cobham was one of the pivotal figures in the creation of the jazz-rock strain that came to be called fusion, holding down the drum chair in bands led by Miles Davis and John McLaughlin. Over…
You never know quite what you're going to get when Bill Charlap takes a seat behind the piano. Unlike most of his peers, Charlap is conversant in styles that span several decades, sending off…