Despite mounting criticism over its scorched-earth tactics in dealing with online file swappers, the music industry isn't letting up in its campaign to sue would-be pirates out of existence. Last…
If you've watched the Lakers in the playoffs, you have some idea of what the Phil Lesh and Friends show at the Greek Theater was like -- long stretches of uninspired playing, everyone just a bit out…
For the last two and a half decades, Venezuelan bandleader and singer Oscar D'Leon has consistently delivered the most electrifying live performances in the entire salsa genre. It was only fitting…
Try to offer Warner Music Group chairman Roger Ames praise for turning in a buoyant quarter amid an industry slump and he'll be the first to scold you.
The entertainment industry's legal assault on Kazaa, the Dutch firm that runs one of the most popular online file-sharing networks, may have worked a little too well.
Televisa is launching two new music reality shows and reviving a 1980s format in a bid to lure youth auds.
An "artist-friendly" entertainment venture, embracing movies, TV, music, publishing and visual arts, is being formed by millionaire rock star Dave Stewart, better known as the bearded half of the…
After the release of multidisc collections on Columbia, Capitol and Reprise, Frank Sinatra fans might think they own all the Sinatra recordings that can possibly exist. They'd be wrong.
Margie Paris has been upped to VP of television music licensing at Columbia TriStar Domestic Television.
As if in reaction to the recent trend of so-called emo-core bands turning all mellow on us, David Bazan, who pretty much is Pedro the Lion, has shifted his focus from a singer-songwriter approach…