Moroccan carpets strewn with rose petals graced the walkway Grammy-goers traveled from Staples Center to the EMI/Capitol/Virgin party in the Hotel Figueroa's lobby and pool area a block away.
The soundtrack to "Blonde," CBS' miniseries on the life of Marilyn Monroe to air in May, will be the first release from Playboy Enterprises' debut music label project, Playboy Jazz.
One of rock's silliest traditions is that of the visionary musician spending years trying to convince people he's just another of the boys in the band -- only to split said band in order to prove…
Heightened interest in Wednesday's controversial Eminem/Elton John appearance helped the Grammys on CBS match last year's strong ratings performance despite facing tougher competish on the other…
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…
Although jazz has long been adjudged polite music, as suitable for reverent listening as anything from the canon of Bach, there are plenty of roadhouse-schooled older performers who show no interest…
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.
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…