Responding to the alleged mistreatment of fellow country artist Ricky Van Shelton by a television producer, Waylon Jennings has called for formation of an artists association.
A group of more than 100 people protested yesterday outside the Houston police department against alleged police mistreatment of Rap-a-Lot Records prez James Smith.
Sammy Cahn, one of the most renowned and celebrated lyricists of the past six decades, died Friday of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A.
AS NEW NASHVILLE acts continue to chip away at the thin wall dividing country and rock, major labels are growing ever more bold and creative with marketing the mold-breakers.
Heavy D and the Boyz hit the streets tomorrow with their fourth Uptown/MCA release, "Blue Funk," an album reflecting an almost autobiographical tone and inspired by an obscure Bob Marley tune…
The movie "Sister Act" took two prizes at the 25th NAACP Image Awards, while soap opera "The Young and the Restless" and TV drama "I'll Fly Away" each won in three categories.
Police have cited singer Bobby Brown for simulating a sex act in front of an underage audience.
Another volley was fired Tuesday in the $ 90 million legal battle between singer Billy Joel and powerhouse music biz attorney Allen Grubman.
Arista Records yesterday claimed a new sales record was set during the first six months of its fiscal year, which began July 1, 1992.
Polygram has officially acquired additional shares in both of its Japanese record subsidiaries, Nippon Phonogram and Polydor KK, for $ 24.5 million.
It's been close to 25 years since Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker last set foot on stage as members of Cream, the band that gave the name power to power trios.