Eddie Palmieri is back in town, celebrating his 65th birthday and 40 years as a bandleader. A disciple and protege of the late Tito Puente, Palmieri carries on the tradition of Latin jazz, accented…
Helen Schneider is both an arresting storyteller and an interpretive singer who reaches into the depths of a song with a full measure of poignancy and heartbreak. She captures the restless…
Ending months of protracted negotiations, Univision Communications and Grupo Televisa announced Thursday revised accords that give the Mexican media giant a bigger stake in the growing U.S. Hispanic…
Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite" is a welcome holiday perennial, but rarely are listeners treated to the tandem joys of hearing the traditional score in alternating movements with the jazz…
They saved the biggest, but not necessarily the best, for last at KIIS-FM's annual Jingle Ball. With such diverse hit makers as Shakira, Sugar Ray and Alicia Keys on the bill, show surpassed in star…
On the heels of Michael Jackson pulling out from the American Music Awards telecast, Dick Clark Prods. has sued Grammy Awards chieftain Michael Greene to the tune of $10 million, claiming that…
George Harrison's last recording and his first solo hit will hit stores early next month.
The holiday music-buying season is showing signs of picking up substantially as 34 of the top 40 albums showed week-to-week increases for the period ending Sunday.
Artists and musicians in the European Union will get a $3.3 million Christmas bonus, as the U.S. agreed Tuesday to pay rights holders temporary compensation in a transatlantic rights dispute.
After a cavalcade of publicity and several months' delay, Pressplay is ready to open its doors to cyberspace.
There's a good reason outdoor concerts aren't usually scheduled for December, even in Los Angeles: It's just too dang cold. Yet despite chilly temperatures, more than 1,000 people paid $250-$1,000…