Straight from mainstream radio into your CD player, the sixth installment of Sony/Epic's compilation series "Now That's What I Call Music!" blasted its way to the top of the album charts this week…
Elton John has lost the negligence suit he brought against his former management company, John Reid Enterprises, and accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
In what is expected to be one of the year's hottest soundtracks, Interscope Records said Monday it will release "Music From Baz Luhrmann's Film Moulin Rouge" on May 8, the day before the film's…
The annual gathering of the Pizzarelli clan at Gotham's Feinstein's at the Regency produced a mix of Tin Pan Alley songs and some agreeably frothy mementos of the Great Depression.
Billboard will hold its 12th annual Latin music conference here April 24-26, culminating in the Latin music awards show that will air April 29 on Telemundo.
Vivendi Universal has upped Universal Music vice chairman Bruce Hack to exec VP of strategic planning and business development at the music giant's Paris-based parent company.
Irked that Napster isn't moving more quickly to become legit, a federal judge on Tuesday warned she may chain the gates and shut down the popular Internet song-swapping service for good.
German media giant Bertelsmann is developing BeMusic, bringing together the world's largest online CD retailer and its largest music club into a division worth $1 billion in revenues and commanding…
A surprisingly small award for damages in TVT Records' copyright suit against MP3.com may in fact have been misstated by a factor of 10, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Napster now claims to have blocked more than 1.7 million files from its service and substantially improved its filtering technology, according to the company's third compliance report, filed with the…
Since forming the band in Ohio in the early '80s, Guided by Voices singer-songwriter Robert Pollard has always managed to camouflage his natural gifts for pop melody with a prolific series of…
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