NEW ROCK and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dick Clark reaches another career milestone tonight, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the American Music Awards , which he created.
Citing inefficiencies in the way payments are made to American and British copyright owners, the National Music Publishers' Assn. and the U.K.'s Music Publishers' Assn. have formed a joint venture…
"It's like a virtual reality record," says Jesus Jones leader Mike Edwards, describing "Perverse," the group's third album, which arrives in stores tomorrow. "It's all done from digital memories. The…
Priority Records announced Friday that it will be expanding its Priority Rocks label, adding exex and acts with plans to dip its toe into alternative rock.
The L.A. Grammy Host Committee plans a series of music-oriented events throughout the city for the week leading up to the 35th annual Grammy Awards, Feb. 24.
HarperCollins Publishing yesterday said it will stand by the author of a new book that attacks MCA Records and its former music topper, Irving Azoff, despite threats of a lawsuit from Azoff.
Neil Diamond has signed a new worldwide pact with Columbia Records and Sony Music Entertainment that will encompass recordings, music publishing and video, the company announced yesterday.
The Nashville Assn. of Songwriters Intl. will sponsor its first music festival March 8-11 in Music City, the organization confirmed yesterday.
Buena Vista Television yesterday confirmed that it is prepping a second weekly entry for the fall syndie market, "Countdown at the Neon Armadillo," a one-hour country music show derived from a…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has disqualified a song nominated for a Grammy in this year's pop instrumental category.
MCA CHAIRMAN LEW WASSERMAN allegedly called it "the worst publicity the company has had in 50 years." And it's about to get a second life.