Pre-fab girl pop act Eden's Crush is more than just the flavor of the month for ravenous teen fans; it's also the first herald of AOL Time Warner's much touted plans for global synergy among its…
RCA Records' teen-pop diva Christina Aguilera is suing Warlock Records, Platinum Recording Group and producers Robert Allecca and Michael Brown to prevent them from releasing "Just Be Free," a…
Pras, one of the founding members of hip-hop group the Fugees, has parted ways with the United Talent Agency and has inked with Writers & Artists Agency.
The "AIM" in Aimster has apparently cost the fledgling music-trading Netco its online address, after a tussle with Internet giant America Online.
British music major EMI's share of the global music market was up 1.6% to 14.1% in the year ending March 31, boosted by increasing its share of the North American market by 1.8% to 10.8%.
While often hailed as the natural heir to the tradition of Joao Gilberto and Gilberto Gil, Brooklyn-based Brazilian expatriate Vinicius Cantuaria is decidedly more "nova" than "bossa."
German indie Edel Music has posted sales of DM 1.18 billion ($532 million) for 2000, up 162%, but with a loss $13 million, up from $9.2 million in 1999.
Of all the musicians championed in the early days of MTV, Mark Knopfler has made the most graceful transition into the VH1 demographic: "Money for Nothing" starred a pair of computer-animated moving…
Music sales in the U.K. rose 6.8% to £239 million ($344 million) in the first quarter of 2001, the biggest jump in four years and bucking the flat or downward trend in other markets.
Liberty Digital unit DMX Music and AEI Music Network have completed their merger, creating a digital music distribution firm to be 56% owned by Liberty Digital.
Just months after Universal Music Group beat MP3.com to a pulp in federal court over copyright infringement, UMG parent Vivendi Universal has agreed to buy the embattled Netco in a cash and stock…