Anti-Castro Cuban exile groups accepted a compromise plan Sunday that would allow them to demonstrate across the street from the arena where the Latin Grammy Awards are scheduled to be held next…
Jack Elliott, an arranger, composer and conductor who worked on numerous hit television shows and movies, died Saturday of a brain tumor at UCLA Medical Center. He was 74.
The central question in Eric Clapton's career is, "How did a musician who started out as a guitarist admired for his taste and elegance end up as someone who is often derided for those same…
Sony Music has trimmed about 50 jobs from its North American workforce, in what a company spokesman termed a minor retooling of the major label group's 6,500-strong staff.
The European Commission has halted its 8-month-old probe of the big five major record labels on allegations of price fixing on compact discs sold within the European Union.
Whitney Houston may claim that she's every woman, but Mary Chapin Carpenter -- who'd never be so audacious as to make such a boast -- has been proving it for a decade and a half now. She's spoken in…
Ordinarily, the piano trio is not one of the more adventuresome constructions in jazz. But when the keyboard in question is manned by someone like McCoy Tyner, "ordinary" is the last word that comes…
One of the more comforting rewards to be found in the company of Carol Sloane is the refreshing discovery that performer and listener are not locked into a theme. There are no single composers or…
Seminal R&B outfit the Isley Brothers were armed and ready to fight the power of modern pop music in the album charts this week, posting one of the highest debuts of their five-decade career.
Journey's Los Feliz show Tuesday was all about fond memories for the gathered fans, specifically 1980s high school romances. But this nostalgia fest was different from most similar events because of…