More than 70 Latino music stars, including Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Arturo Sandoval and Jon Secada, got together Friday to record "El Ultimo Adios" (The Last Goodbye) to benefit Sept. 11…
Only six days after what would have been his 75th birthday, the esteemed, and in many corners sainted, John Coltrane was remembered Saturday night at a gala benefit dinner concert thrown by a newly…
Global music sales fell 5% in the first half of 2001, hit hard by a 5% decline in North America and a massive 20% drop in Latin America. Unit sales were down 6.7%.
Peter Bart: The Backlot
VH1 is going bananas with New York-based music events. On Thursday the music cabler announced it was joining with Miramax and Cablevision to present a Madison Square Garden benefit concert featuring…
A broad coalition of entertainment congloms, advertisers and sports leagues will call on Capitol Hill today to strike down legislation requiring music labels to offer the same licensing deal at the…
Hip-hop, here's a message from your elders: Don't squander your potential to shape culture and politics.
VH1, Cablevision and Miramax will join Oct. 20 to present "The Concert for New York" at Madison Square Garden.
Claude Nobs, founder of the Montreux Jazz Festival, is retiring from his post as managing director of Warner Music Switzerland. He will remain as organizer of the Montreux fest.
Just for Variety by Army Archerd
A New York District Court judge handed the National Music Publishers Assn. a victory Wednesday in its copyright infringement battle against the world's largest recorded music company, Universal Music…
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