Indie label Kinetic Records, currently partnered with Warner-Reprise Records, has pacted with Paradise Music and Entertainment to release a series of dance compilation albums.
Embarking on his first tour since 1994 to promote "As Time Goes By," an album of 1930s standards, former Roxy Music lead singer Bryan Ferry easily wowed a savvy throng with a deft mix of classy…
Perched on the cusp of mainstream success for nearly three years now, the genre-bending, impossible-to-classify Euro act Stereolab paid Los Angeles a nice little visit for two nights.
Charles Bernstein has been named winner of an ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award for outstanding print and media coverage of music.
Time stands still when these two stars of the Buena Vista Social Club perform together. Playing nearly forgotten traditional Cuban music, singer Ibrahim Ferrer and pianist Ruben Gonzalez led their…
A flurry of statements surrounding the future of Arista Records' chief Clive Davis heightened Wednesday as Davis insisted he has no plans to retire and suggested he might start his own media company.
The Internet hasn't killed music record labels just yet. And isn't about to, an industry leader asserted Tuesday.
John Alexander has been upped to senior VP of the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers.
Warner Music Group has announced the retirement of Ramon Lopez, chairman and CEO of Warner Music Intl. (WMI), effective Dec. 31.
It would seem that every band that ever filled a venue in the 1980s has made, or will eventually make, a reappearance. Saturday night was the Knitters' turn.
Ricky Martin, just about the hottest pop thing going these days, started his sold-out Staples Center show with his huge party hit "Livin' La Vida Loca," a kick-off move that may sound like a bold…