When the chronicle of the digital age is written, future historians are finally going to explain how the Internet fueled (or, as the dot-com ads now proclaim, powered) the revival in traditional…
John McLaughlin was one of the only rock musicians of his generation to view the culture of the Indian subcontinent as more than mere mufti to be tried on and discarded in favor of the next trendy…
Clarinetist and composer Don Byron never met a genre he couldn't bend. He's fused klezmer with post-bop, collaborated with the Kronos Quartet, revamped the works of Sondheim, even retrofitted an…
Only virtue can vanquish evil and hatred," according to the last lines of Handel's "Rinaldo," but life often tells a different story. So does opera, actually, and in fact evil and hatred all but…
After more than a decade of frequent appearances at the Cafe Carlyle, Barbara Cook has picked up her bag of songs and moved a few blocks south to Feinstein's at the Regency, Manhattan's comfy new…
Were Arlo Guthrie's schtick stuck in nostalgic waxing about the days of "Alice's Restaurant" and Woodstock, he would be a prime candidate for that great scene in "Field of Dreams" when James Earl…
Well-respected music and TV biz scion Denise Donlon has left the Chum Television fold to become prexy of Sony Music Canada.
Nashville-based Gaylord Cable Networks, a division of Gaylord Entertainment, has launched a music entertainment channel, MusicCountry, to air in the Asia-Pacific Rim region.
In cutting his landmark deal with the Internet's renegade music-sharing firm Napster, did Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Middelhoff blow away his two top execs? Sunday, BMG Entertainment chairman Michael…
Gary W. Murphy has been named director of public relations for the Los Angeles Opera.