They can cut an album, but can they cut it in the movies? That's what film music pros are asking themselves more and more these days, as a wave of musicians schooled in record-making are also scoring…
Trevor Dunn is amused by many aspects of Diane Warren: the "Millennium Babe" T-shirt she wore for a TV interview, "the bizarre room" she works in, the bird that flies around while she's working, her…
With an almost supernatural knack for writing hit tunes, Diane Warren is understandably overprotective of her vast catalog, a sentiment that led her to co-found music publishing company Realsongs to…
If you want to know how much of a force songwriter Diane Warren has become in the film biz, look no further than Miramax's fall release "Music of the Heart."
With the abolition of the original musical or comedy score category, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences voters this year have to make even tougher choices than usual. While the original song…
Daily Variety surveyed this year's field with an eye toward those songs and scores likely to be recognized as the award season heats up.
Matt Rader is expected to be named prexy of television and film, as well as all digital productions, at Paradise Music and Entertainment, insiders said.
Los Angeles edged Miami as the site for the First Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
Geffen Records has sued singer-actress Courtney Love and Eric Erlandson, the principal members of the band Hole, claiming that they are not entitled to walk out on a 1992 recording agreement, under…
The stance was familiar: legs rigidly astride, hands on hips and fingers splayed below the waist. Diminutive, with cropped hair and wearing a plain black dress, Raquel Bitton took center stage and…
The European music market boasted 82 albums that achieved platinum (1 million), double platinum or multi-platinum status in 1999, 70% of which were products from European talent.