Los Angeles Police Dept. investigators searched homes over the weekend owned by pop star Michael Jackson as part of a criminal investigation involving the singer.
MULTIMEDIA SPLASH returns of '60s stars are becoming rather frequent -- Tina Turner, Pete Townshend -- but few rival the planned 1994 hit parade of Marianne Faithfull.
Despite his enormous success behind the scenes, Babyface -- aka Kenny Edmonds -- has decided to brave the glare of the spotlight by releasing his second solo album, "For the Cool in You" (Epic)…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences will restructure its organization into a centralized national body, NARAS confirmed Thursday.
Despite the success of TriStar's "Cliffhanger" and Epic Records' Spin Doctors and Pearl Jam, Sony Corp. reported Thursday a precipitous, 48.5% drop in net income for its first quarter.
Nickelodeon will jump into the burgeoning children's-music marketplace by releasing a full-length album of music culled from the channel's "Ren & Stimpy" series.
Music veterans rule the nation's album charts for the second week in a row, as the new entry from Billy Joel debuts in the top spot in the latest sales report released by SoundScan, while a double…
Creditors clamoring for the immediate sale of the assets of the renowned Hungaroton record label will not receive satisfaction from the Hungarian State Property Agency (SPA), the office responsible…
Retailers who were relieved at Garth Brooks' apparent backpedaling on his stand against used compact discs might start worrying again.
"I clearly remember being quoted last year as saying, 'I'd rather slit my throat than ever work with these guys again,' " Deep Purple lead vocalist Ian Gillan said.
Country fights AIDS: The country music industry is joining the campaign to stop the spread of HIV and AIDS, and the effort is ambitious.