Many local pundits had all but given Goldfinger up for dead just a couple years ago, but the pop-punk band has come roaring back to life of late, and at the sold-out Palace the dynamic quartet blew…
Napster was officially blocked from trading copyrighted music over the Internet by a district judge on Wednesday. The decision is a significant victory for the music industry as it attempts to stem…
VH1 has a new music guru.
EMusic.com on Monday launched a subscription service that will charge Netizens about $10 a month to get unlimited downloads from its library of 125,000 MP3s.
In a rare show of support by a traditional music label for an upstart file-sharing network, Palm Entertainment music has inked a pact with industry pariah Napster to promote Palm artist Elwood…
As part of its investigation into the AOL-Time Warner and the Warner Music-EMI mergers, the European Commission is asking independent record companies how they expect to survive in a European…
Who is Linda Eder? If you read the storm of publicity and hype, she's the new Judy Garland, the new Barbra Streisand, the new Ella Fitzgerald. Certain standards in Eder's repertoire contribute to the…
Music buffs packed up picnic baskets and hustled out of Central Park Monday afternoon as word spread that the fifth annual New York Philharmonic/Time Warner Concerts in the Parks event was off. The…
Cross-pollination has shaped the artistic life of the Caribbean for centuries -- a fact made manifest by the tantalizingly complex music that's emerged from Cuba in recent years. While most Americans…
HBO is turning down its efforts on Volume.com, reportedly laying off 20 editors and producers -- about 30% of the workforce -- even before the Web site launches.