NAME: Alan W. Livingston. DESCRIPTION: Former CEO of Capitol Records. LAST SEEN: Running an animation studio in China. One might associate the 75-year-old Alan W. Livingston with the rags-to-riches…
Despite a generation of political struggle, an underground rock 'n' roll movement has thrived in Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
The Grammy Awards hit a flat Nielsen note on Tuesday, as viewers puckered up for episodes of "Roseanne" and "NYPD Blue," as well as the NBC special "Ancient Prophecies."
For a conservative Grammys audience and board, U2's Bono and popster Billy Joel might not make next year's cut after pushing the limits at Tuesday night's show.
Grammy voters took the risk-free route, coronating essentially mainstream works: "The Bodyguard" soundtrack took four trophies, Sting's album got a trio, and songs from the film "Aladdin" led with…
Warner Music Enterprises and Raygun Publications have agreed to launch a new music magazine, Huh, which will accompany the musicvideos ordered by Warner's Rock Video Monthly customers.
Producer of the year winner David Foster attributed the success of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You"-- record of the year winner -- on the acapella opening of the song.
The lineup for the 1994 Playboy Jazz Festival June 18-19 at the Hollywood Bowl contains few surprises, several debuts and a smooth, fairly even cast.
Thanks to what some industry insiders call Los Angeles' shortsightedness, the 36th annual Grammy Awards will be held tonight in the more accommodating environs of Radio City Music Hall, making…
The soundtrack to "The Bodyguard" has topped 11 million units sold, according to the February sales certifications from the Recording Industry Assn. of America, and moved into a tie for bestselling…
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