The Recording Industry Assn. of America, which reps all the major labels, has filed a copyright infringement suit against Bakersfield, Calif.-based MP3Board Inc.
EMI said late Sunday that a rumored approach from a rival bidder had not emerged and that today's vote on its merger with Warner Music would proceed as planned.
Taj Mahal rolled out the roadhouse version of his multiple personalities, emphasizing the brisk and gritty R&B that influenced several of his late-1990s recordings. All fun and good, the horn-driven…
The bloated stadium tours mounted by Pink Floyd since founding member and chief sage Roger Waters left the group in 1983 have been more about sensory spectacle than music, whereas the infrequent…
The concept of the evil twin is a popular one in literature, but what about the good twin? What if Mr. Hyde were to drink a potion that transformed him into Dr. Jekyll? Julie Budd is too often…
Rapper Eminem, currently a hit in concert halls and courtrooms, plans to make his next high-profile appearance on the Web.
Although USC banned students from using Napster to facilitate MP3 file-sharing several weeks back, the Norman Lear Center at the USC Annenberg School for Communication recently conducted a survey of…
The Rhythm & Blues Foundation's 11th annual Pioneer Awards will take place Sept. 6 at the Manhattan Center in New York City. With Smokey Robinson serving as master of ceremonies for the third…
Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP" (Aftermath/Interscope) remained on top of the national music charts for the fourth straight week, according to sales data released Wednesday.
The Pullman Group has completed an eight-figure sale of bonds backed by future royalties from the Isley Brothers catalog. Pullman Group chair-CEO David Pullman invented this concept of selling…
Robyn Hitchcock, the Brit eccentric with a marvelous wit and endless pop inspiration who was the subject of a Jonathan Demme documentary, and Grant Lee Phillips, Angeleno and leader of the quietly…