"Stereo Type A," Cibo Matto's worthy third album, shows how far leaders Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda have developed as global musical alchemists.
Former Geffen Records president Bill Bennett has been inked as prexy of Maverick Records. It's the first key exec hire since Maverick co-owners Madonna and Guy Oseary renewed their deal earlier this…
GlassNote Records prexy and former Universal Records chief Daniel Glass is in negotiations with former Mercury Records Group CEO Danny Goldberg to join Goldberg's newly minted Sheridan Square…
The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the bestselling album in the nation for the fourth consecutive week, with more than 371,000 copies of the disc going home with fans, according to sales data…
No matter how often one hears young blues singer-guitarist Jonny Lang perform, it remains difficult to believe that he's still just a teenager. Tuesday's rousing display at the Wiltern was further…
For all the comparisons to Bill Evans that pianist Brad Mehldau has endured in his explorations of the trio format, Mehldau fears not and stays in the Evans path as he tackles solo material. Granted…
Mary Jo Mennella has been upped to senior veep of Fox Music Publishing, adding to her current duties as general manager of the division.
It's been more than 30 years since the New York Art Quartet released a pair of albums that serve as holy grails of sorts to aficionados of free jazz -- and almost that long since its members shared a…
London-based quartet Skunk Anansie, led by striking front-woman Skin, thoroughly rocked the soldout Troubadour Monday night with a ferocious and unrelenting display, wrapping on a promising note a…
Bruce Springsteen, out touring with his recently reunited E Street Band, is in negotiations to play his first Las Vegas gig at the Thomas and Mack Center on the UNLV campus.
Trauma Records settled its lawsuit Monday against the band Bush -- and inked the group to a long-term recording deal.