Britain's EMI Group has announced three pacts with Internet music companies to distribute tunes from its labels in a bid to keep pace with rivals' digital delivery efforts.
MP3.com may once again be in hot water with at least two of the big five major labels. Warner Music and Sony Music both have fired off letters to the embattled online music company expressing…
Columbia TriStar is producing a documentary on Australian rock band INXS and its late singer Michael Hutchence, who died in 1997.
Music freeloaders beware: As the music industry waits for legal action against Napster to lumber its way through the courts, online music vendor EMusic.com has decided to take matters into its own…
When he was young, someone must have stolen J. Mascis' blankey. How else to explain the yearning for security at the center of his songs that feels so adolescent, if not positively childlike.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences' MusiCares Foundation has tapped veteran singer/songwriter Paul Simon as the 2001 MusiCares Person of the Year, NARAS prexy and CEO Michael Greene…
Attorney John T. Frankenheimer will be honored at the UJA's Spirit of Music Award black tie gala dinner Dec. 6 at the Pierre in New York City.
The mega-selling Orange County pop-punk-metal outfit the Offspring launched their U.S. tour over the weekend in Inglewood, promoting their just-released sixth album, and the quartet offered a…
Paul Simon never lets up on the surprises. A decade and a half ago, "Graceland" was one of the huge shockers of pop music; now it is deeply woven into pop music's fabric. Then came the Brazilian…
Those lucky enough to obtain tickets to a sold-out Royce Hall Thursday night were in the presence of real greatness. Informally known as the "Standards" Trio, these three musicians have been working…