Queensryche is one of the few remaining major metal groups formed in the 1980s that's still treading the boards. But that doesn't necessarily mean time has been particularly kind to the band.
Faculty of the Los Angeles-based Musicians Institute have ratified their first labor contract, a year after forming a collective bargaining unit.
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The recording industry announced a landmark deal late Wednesday that will grant artists direct access to royalties for music streamed over the Internet, ending fierce complaints that the major labels…
Wayne Brady will not host VH1's "My VH1 Music Awards" after all.
Despite the lack of a single catching fire on radio, Michael Jackson's "Invincible" managed to sell 366,000 units in its first week of release, making it the No. 1 album in the U.S. for the week…
A soundtrack that's never had a song played on commercial radio has become a cottage industry. Artists appearing on the Mercury-issued CD for "O Brother Where Art Thou," which has already sold 2.5…
Loudon Wainwright III could be a character from one of his songs -- a middle-aged, upper middle class man taking the 5:48 to Katonah, wondering how his life has come to this. Wainwright has matured…
Following the dissolution earlier this year of the brilliant Texas band At the Drive-In, just as it was beginning to make a name for itself, Boston's melodic alternative-metal act Cave In has been…
The Pennsylvania-based foursome Fuel records songs that sound fairly good on rock radio -- the band has an impressive three-year string of hits lifted from their two major-label albums. In concert…
CBS hopes to boost its Wednesday night fortunes this November with Garth Brooks: the Miniseries. The Eye has pacted with the singer, whose new release "Scarecrow" hits stores Nov. 13, to air a series…