For David Benjamin, music piracy isn't just hurting the record industry -- it may herald the decline of Western civilization.
Maybe it's the belly dancing. Grammy-winner Shakira swept MTV's first Video Music Awards for Latin America Thursday, snagging female artist, pop artist, artist from the north region, video and artist…
Former Beatle George Harrison, who died in November 2001, will be honored with a posthumous lifetime achievement award at this year's British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday in London.
Everything you need to know about the Donnas could be learned by a quick perusal of their setlist. Song titles such as "Take Me to the Backseat," "Take It Off" and "5 O'clock in the Morning" (from…
Currently in the midst of a whirlwind seven-city U.S. promotional tour hyping their new fourth album "One by One" (RCA), Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters mates chose L.A. (natch) for the all-important…
On-demand TV programming provider TVN Entertainment Corp. has landed exclusive distribution rights to "Britney Spears in Concert," recorded at London's Wembley Stadium on Nov. 11, 2000, as part of…
Elvis Presley stepped off his throne at the top of the album charts after a three-week reign, unseated in a double onslaught from a country-pop megastar and a muscle-bound rap pioneer.
Netco Listen.com is set to announce an agreement to offer CD-burning of select digital tracks from Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group, as part of online subscription service Rhapsody.
Entering from two far corners of the Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center -- with that sumptuous view of the West Side -- Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley have the romantic dash and daring to begin a…
Costume rockers Kiss have signed up the 60-piece Melbourne Symphony for a concert to celebrate the painted group's 30th anni, an interesting adjunct to last year's Farewell Tour.
EMI has tapped Colin Finkelstein to be chief financial officer of its North American division, reporting to vice chairman and North America chief David Munns.