EMI chief Alain Levy continued his sweeping overhaul of the troubled music major's operations Thursday, reshuffling its worldwide marketing operations and naming a pair of London-based execs to run…
The Grammy Awards may be headed to Gotham, but the Latin Grammys will stick around L.A. for at least one more year.
Film-financing firm Intermedia has cut a worldwide deal with EMI Music Publishing that will help the two companies stay closely in tune about musical aspects of Intermedia's upcoming film projects.
Def Jam R&B diva Ashanti clung to the top position in the album charts one more time this week, staving off a formidable challenge from Sheryl Crow despite a marked decline in sales.
Some bands are brought together by mad-genius producers, others by joined-at-the-hip obsession with some stylistic quirk. This alt-rock supergroup seems to have been united by an altogether different…
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Songstress Sheryl Crow is on track to be the highest debut performance in this week's album charts today, rivaling fellow Universal Music chanteuse Ashanti for the top spot.
Octone Records, a BMG-distribbed diskery based in New York, has tapped three top executives to oversee its main departments.
It was a time when the top ticket price was $4.40, and audiences were leaving theaters humming new tunes by Rodgers & Hart, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. A Latin craze swept across the boards with…