Lauryn Hill, Alanis Morissette, and Vince Gill are skedded to perform at the 41st annual Grammy awards.
That adage about the fine line between genius and madness is thrown around so much that it's lost the impact it should have when applied properly -- as it would be in the case of Daniel Johnston. The…
Arista Records posted record sales of nearly $420 million for the calendar year 1998, making it the biggest sales year in the label's history and its sixth consecutive year of record revenues.
The sophomore effort by rapper Foxy Brown was the bestselling album in the nation with nearly 173,000 copies of her Def Jam Records disc "Chyna Doll" going home with fans, according to sales data…
The Eagles have become the industry's only act to have two albums topping the 15 million unit mark, according to the January certifications issued by the Recording Industry Assn. of America.
Since the late 1980s, when Irma Thomas purchased the Lion's Den as a venue for her in-town weekend performances, the singer dubbed the Soul Queen of New Orleans has earned a reputation for staying…
Monster Magnet is a throwback to a time (not so long ago) when popular rock music was a down and dirty game, played loudly and crudely by greasy-looking, long-haired guys who only had a couple things…
Furthering its integration of Polygram Music into the Unversal Music Group, the latter has restructured its sales and distribution operation, Universal Music and Video Distribution.
Neil Young and Wyclef Jean have been tapped to receive Rock the Vote's sixth annual Patrick Lippert Award, a nod that recognizes artists' philanthropic endeavors.
The majors may be the backroom boys at the indie-dominated Midem music market, but that has not stopped buzzings over the fate of troubled EMI.
Rapper Silkk the Shocker's "Made Man" was the bestselling album in the nation with more than 240,000 copies of the Priority Records disc going home with fans, according to sales data released…