At the first of three sold-out (non-consecutive) nights at the Wiltern promoting their newly-issued third studio album, Counting Crows -- led by emotive, dreadlocked singer Adam Duritz -- tried hard…
Partners Universal Music and Bertelsmann's BMG Entertainment, along with AT&T and Matsushita, will roll out a full-blown version of a new venture for digitally downloading music from the Internet by…
Canadian country-pop singer Shania Twain topped the list of nominees for the American Music Awards for the second year in a row, while male performers remained on the endangered species list.
Singers Harry Belafonte, Willie Nelson, Woody Guthrie and John Lee Hooker were named Lifetime Achievement Award winners of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
Review: ‘Mad About the Boy: A 100th Birthday Celebration of the Timeless Words and Music of Sir Noel Coward’
Performers from at least two generations, two countries and various realms of showbiz came together at Carnegie Hall Wednesday night to wish Noel Coward a happy 100th birthday. It was an admirably…
Universal Music Group has made a strategic investment in Eritmo.com, a Latin music Internet site based out of Miami.
While it may not match 1999's parade of centenary tributes -- to Hitchcock, Ellington, Coward -- the new year promises to bring at least one as the Brooklyn Academy of Music rolls out its spring 2000…
The "golden age of radio" probably produced no greater wit than nasal-voiced social commentator Fred Allen (1894-1956), whose weekly chats with the colorful denizens of "Allen's Alley" were a…
Not much has changed in the bizarre world of Primus since the release of the distinctive post-punk trio's first album in 1990: The San Francisco band, fronted by lead bassist and vocalist Les…
Sony Music Entertainment Japan will bow a new business Dec. 20 that will sell music over the Internet.
Paul Robinson has been upped to senior veep, deputy general counsel, at Warner Music Group.