The title of Nell Carter's program at Feinstein's at the Regency, is "Something for Everyone," and that just about says it all. With a generous balance of Broadway, country and jazz tunes, the lady…
Shaggy was the hotshot of the album charts for the third week running, hanging on to the No. 1 spot this week despite some spirited competition from a certain Liverpudlian quartet, as pre-Grammy…
The MTVi Group has inked a pact to license songs from Universal Music Group for use on MTVi's Radio.Sonicnet Webcasting service.
No longer relying on bringing eyeballs to a single site, music Netco Soundbreak.com has shifted its business model to syndication, a move that company execs hope will prevent it from becoming another…
The magazine trend that began years ago with Yahoo! and eBay is still going strong.
Columbia Records has tapped Tom Aaron to head up its international division, expanding his duties at the Sony Music imprint to include responsibility for all Columbia releases outside the U.S.
The start of a five-year run of Shostakovich works, the music of Arnold Schoenberg and a two-week Mozart festival highlight the 2001-02 season of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Behind his steely calm, Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy Jack Valenti churned with concern. Why was a federal appeals court taking so long to decide if Napster violated copyright laws?