Michael Jackson has been the victim of widely published defamatory and false statements, according to a spokesman who also vowed the singer plans a more active role in combating rumors.
Walt Disney Home Video plans a Feb. 16 release for "For Our Children: The Concert," featuring such artists as Paula Abdul, Michael Bolton and Jason Priestley performing children's songs.
LaFace Records yesterday announced the resignation of Lamont Boles, the company's VP/general manager.
Paul Russell, chairman of Sony Music Entertainment U.K., has been upped to the new post of president, Europe Sony Music Entertainment.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences will suspend all scheduled activities in Colorado in response to the state amendment that repeals equal rights laws based on sexual orientation.
It seems like Debbie Gibson has been around forever, the illusion fostered by incredible success at a young age. She began moving the first of her estimated 10 million albums sold in 1987, when she…
THE EIGHTH ANNUAL Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction takes place tomorrow night at the Century Plaza Hotel. Besides the obvious honor of being enshrined for his work as a member of Cream, Jack Bruce…
Members of the Kingsmen have sued Rhino Records in a dispute over release of a video that allegedly used without permission footage of the band singing "Louie Louie."
Eric Clapton took home nine nominations to lead contenders for the 35th annual Grammy Awards, whose candidates were announced yesterday at press conferences in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville and…
A Los Angeles court yesterday rejected the claims of a former TV-show hostess and dismissed a $ 22 million defamation and assault suit aimed at rap group N.W.A, its manager and record label.
Bertelsmann Music Group has signed a joint venture with Nashville Contemporary Christian music power Blanton/Harrell Inc. through BMG Ventures. The deal gives BMG a 50% stake in Blanton/Harrell…