Singer David Cassidy will leave the effects-filled "EFX" in January after a two-year run with the production at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
Darlene Love is able to fit a booming voice into the carefully scripted productions of Phil Spector and make it work on pop and spiritual levels. In her new revue at the Cinegrill, though, the…
The fourth-quarter sales derby is in full swing with releases by Jay-Z, Sheryl Crow, Kirk Franklin, Joni Mitchell and the pairing of Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach debuting this week on the album…
Bruce Springsteen has appeared in the U.K.'s high court to give evidence in his bid to block the release of recordings dating from 1972.
VH1 scored its highest-rated regularly scheduled program for its Sunday broadcast of "Shania Twain: Behind the Music," which averaged a 1.82 cable universe rating, good for 1.2 million homes.
Once they were known as "Evenings on the Roof"; now they've taken on the more generic title of "Monday Evening Concerts." The first audiences, 60 years ago come April, were stirred and startled by…
A hybrid of the highest order, the touring version of Mickey Hart's Planet Drum is an impressive unit, one that delivers a spirited performance with no lag in texture, timing or tenacity. Grateful…
While New York has long enjoyed a reputation as a live music mecca, the city's club scene has been sparsely served for a good portion of the '90s. A decade before, Gotham was peppered with mid-sized…
Like many good ideas, New York's Knitting Factory was born out of sheer desperation. At least that's the recollection of Michael Dorf, who launched the transcontinental multimedia operation out of…
The Independent Film Channel is doing its darndest to ride the indie music biz for promotional clout.
The good news is that worldwide music sales were up 5% in the first half of 1998, and the number of units sold was up 3%. The bad news is that it is overwhelmingly due to the strength of the U.S…