The Ford Amphitheatre decided to ignore the calendar Saturday night and celebrate the Kurt Weill centenary about five months after it supposedly ended. But the real focus of the concert was the…
After a long time out in the cold, Elektra Records, has been generating some serious heat on the album charts in recent weeks.
Attorney Joseph P. Salvo has returned to Sony Music Entertainment as VP and senior counsel, reporting to deputy general counsel and senior VP Lisa Weiss.
BMG Entertainment will share its take from an industry lawsuit against music portal MP3.com with all of its artists whose copyrights were infringed, regardless of whether those artists' contracts…
The folks who in 1994 presented Jazz West Coast came up with another winner this year, "Groovin' High," which tightly focused on the early years of bebop, 1945-50. The four-day fest's opening session…
Germany's Viva Italia music channel has inked a deal with Italy's Rete A for a 5% stake in the Milan-based broadcaster now and a further 55% in October.
Celebrating her 15th anniversary appearance at the legendary Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, cabaret diva Andrea Marcovicci re-creates the playful era of Manhattan's Cafe Society, defined by the…
After months of evading music-industry legal offensives of the sort that plagued Napster, file-sharing Netco Aimster has finally come under direct attack.
Dave Matthews has never had much problem effectively reaching a big concert audience with his personal and mostly mellow music, due in large part to his excellent and dependable longtime backing band.
Queens of the Stone Age is one of those bands that's loved by just about everyone in the industry, as well as by lots of other musicians, many of whom turned out for this show. But love and respect…
The National Music Publishers' Assn. and the Songwriters' Guild of America have petitioned the U.S. Copyright Office to reject requests by the record industry for a moratorium on certain royalties…