Jim Caparro, the man who helped build the Island Def Jam Music Group into the third-biggest record label in the U.S. through aggressive consolidation and savvy A&R, has decided to resign his post as…
Although the word "psychedelic" is tossed around readily enough in describing moderately off-kilter rock bands, precious few combos still strive for mind-expansion, with sights set on the other side…
Now that he's a knight of the realm, it's not too much of a stretch to view the benefit concert for Elton John's AIDS Foundation as a kind of royal summit: Some of the biggest names in pop (Sting…
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The first class from the New York punk movement is graduating into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Newly installed EMI Recorded Music topper Alain Levy has reunited with fellow Polygram alum Steve Greenberg, inking a long-term licensing and distribution pact with Greenberg's nascent indie imprint…
Wrapped in a silvery gray marabou trimmed in mink, Andrea Marcovicci opened her 14th season in the Oak Room with an assertive proclamation: "If there's a party I want to be the host of it; if I'm in…
Next year's MTV Europe Music Awards will be held in Barcelona, marking the first time the event is staged in Spain.
Rockers Creed are showing they're able to weather fickle public tastes, again posting sales figures impressive enough to retain the No. 1 spot on the album sales chart for the third straight week.
Bandleader Count Basie, singers Perry Como, Rosemary Clooney and Al Green, and singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell will receive lifetime achievement awards at next year's Grammy ceremonies, the Recording…
America Online has launched a beta-testing version of its online music subscription service powered by MusicNet and anticipates a full rollout by the end of the month.
John Williams has joined the list of National Board of Review 2001 honorees.