Play the song any way you want, but in the end it still comes down to a battle over compensation. That was the tune filtering out of a Capitol Hill hearing Thursday on music and the Internet, one of…
BMI feted writers and publishers of the year's 50 most performed songs during the 49th annual BMI Awards Tuesday at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
Despite a hefty sales drop-off, Destiny's Child survived for a second week at No. 1 in the album charts, staving off a formidable offensive from Liverpool lad Paul McCartney.
Zomba Music, home of teen-pop powerhouse label Jive Records, has launched Ingenuity Entertainment, a full-service management company for artists, composers, music editors and music supervisors in the…
Even as its original file-sharing network struggles under the weight of a court injunction, Napster has begun signing up volunteers on its Web site for a beta test of its next-generation…
Bringing together Oasis and the Black Crowes, the Brotherly Love tour is the kind of package that arrives during a recession, either economic or in sales. The tour scores something of a musical hat…
Pubcaster Pakistan Network has been criticized for showing a documentary that suggests local pics lift Indian film songs.
David Byrne is about the closest thing modern pop music has to Woody Allen's "Zelig." He's traversed the landscapes of new wave, tribal dance and Brasiliana, absorbing plenty but leaving barely a…
Arista Records has moved marketing department staffers Tony Ward and Adam Lowenberg upstairs to vice president positions, reporting to marketing senior VP George Levendis.
Aside from new haircuts, very little has changed in the world of pop-punkers Blink-182. The SoCal trio's Hollywood show Friday oozed with the same irresistible, breezy songs and harmless potty-mouth…
Very little has changed with Living Colour. Once hailed as a grand mating of the Bad Brains and Van Halen, Living Colour is still pretty much mining the same lode, with the decoration of a few snazzy…