The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the top album of the first half of 1999, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has received a $5 million pledge from the Howard Gilman Foundation, BAM prexy Harvey Lichtenstein and exec VP Karen Brooks Hopkins announced Tuesday.
"Omelete Man," Carlinhos Brown's brilliant album from last year, earned consistent year-end kudos, yet was overshadowed by the unprecedented sales success of the "Buena Vista Social Club" disc…
Opening night galas at the Hollywood Bowl used to mean Beethoven or Mahler under the stars, and the realization that these weren't real openings at all -- not after weeks of "pre-season" concerts…
"Work through the repertoire here," said Gordon Lightfoot as he began his performance at the Greek Theater Thursday. As always, nothing else would be necessary. No opening act. No effusive showbiz…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences is expected to announce Tuesday that the 2000 Grammy Awards will be held at the Staples Center near downtown Los Angeles.
Culminating seven years in development, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences will bow a Latin Grammy Awards telecast in November 2000.
The Backstreet Boys' "Millennium" was the bestselling album in the nation for the fifth consecutive week with more than 338,000 copies of the disc going home with fans, according to sales data…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences is expected to announce today that it will launch a Grammy Awards telecast next year to honor the best and brightest in Latin music.
Prize fighter and WBC welterweight champ Oscar de la Hoya is adding recording star to his resume and has inked a multimillion-dollar, multiyear recording contract with EMI Latin.
The music of Three Fish -- an occasional jam band featuring Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament -- is a mostly mellow melange of Middle Eastern-flavored rock that's imbibed with spiritual lyrics influenced…