Billing the move as an unprecedented centralization of its catalog operation, the Universal Music Group has launched Universal Music Enterprises.
Elton John has been named MusiCares person of the year by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
After the first extended break in their five-year career, local punk-flavored rockers Goldfinger made a rousing return to the L.A. concert scene Thursday night at a packed House of Blues, charging…
Beneath the joshing, jiving, loosey-goosey surface of Branford Marsalis beats the heart of a serious, hard-core jazzman and Thursday night at Royce Hall, he never let us forget it. He and his…
It's always cause for celebration when the picturesque and acoustically pleasing Ford Theater hosts a rare rock event, and more so when the evening's headliner is of Gomez's caliber. The venue's…
Performances by Natalie Cole and the L.A. Philharmonic will highlight the gala opening of the Los Angeles Staples Center on Oct. 16.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic's 81st season will kick off Oct. 9 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion with a gala presentation of Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and celebrity guest recitations…
The Music Center of Los Angeles County has merged its two subsidiaries, the Music Center Operating Co. and the Music Center.
In an unprecedented move, Warner Bros. has opted to sell the soundtrack to "Three Kings" exclusively online -- through e-tailers CDNow and MP3.com -- instead of through traditional retailers.
The first studio album from Nine Inch Nails in five years, "Fragile," was anything but delicate in its first week on the pop charts, debuting at No. 1 with sales of nearly 229,000 copies, the group's…
Weird Al Yankovic dared to be stupid Sunday, treating the crowd to almost two hours of a blend of comedy and music that included some of his hits, a few original songs and some parodies that he…