HBO, which recently set up a rare concert event with Bruce Springsteen for this spring, has pacted with Britney Spears to do a live concert special in November.
Courtney Love is in the process of setting up shop with Epitaph Records as her lawsuit against Geffen Records and Universal Music Group moves through the courts.
Helen Murphy has been named exec VP and chief financial officer of Warner Music Group, effective Monday.
A U.K.-based bank has arranged perhaps the biggest-ever securities deal of its kind, packaging projected future revenue from the Chrysalis Group international music publishing catalog in a complex…
Former BMG Entertainment chief exec Strauss Zelnick plans to join the board of online music streaming portal Echo Networks.
Shaggy was No. 1 on the album charts yet again this week, but a gang of professional wrestlers were hot on his heels, and Grammy afterglow catapulted several acts -- especially those who performed…
If there's one band that modern punk-rock concert-goers can always count on for a good time, it's L.A.'s NOFX, whose fusion of musical influences and tightly delivered mix of humor and melody leaves…
Amidst bankruptcy rumors and sliding stock prices, e-tailing giant Amazon.com upped its bid in the online music biz by offering free songs in an effort to increase its flagging CD sales.
Steely Dan hadn't made an album since 1980's "Gaucho" and their 2000 reunion release, "Two Against Nature," garnered what appeared to be only a modest head of steam critically and commercially. But…
Even as the recording industry smelled victory in its long-running court battle against Napster, two new media luminaries at the Front Row conference unapologetically hailed online distribution as an…