In an effort to shed the "pop rock" shroud that claimed several big-haired bands in the last year, Winger arrives Tuesday via Atlantic Records with "Pull," a platter fraught with heavy, from-the-gut…
LIKE THE CHARACTERS of the television series, the evocative orchestrations of Oliver Stone's "Wild Palms" are not what they seem.
In high school Arsenio Hall played drums in the marching band, orchestra and his own group. At Kent State University he was a disk jockey on campus radio WKSR.
Bertelsmann Music Group has formed a United Kingdom office of its BMG Kidz division, designed to license U.K. and international family entertainment product. Bill Gaden will head BMG Kidz U.K.
Garth Brooks' co-manager Pam Lewis has formed an independent label with her fiance, music industry executive Andy Frances.
IT'S BEEN ROUGHLY 2 1/2 YEARS since Joe Galante took over the presidency of Bertelsmann Music-owned RCA Records. As with Bill Clinton, the early days of Galante's administration weren't a piece of…
The Academy of Country Music held its biggest party ever Tuesday night at Universal Amphitheatre, drawing hordes of media and some of the genre's biggest stars.
Kurt Cobain, guitarist with the best-selling rock group Nirvana, Tuesday denied published reports that Geffen Records has interfered with the recording of the group's new album.
Musicland Stores Corp. said it intends to spend $ 60 million on store refurbishment and to develop about 130 new stores during 1993.
Singer Garth Brooks won his third straight entertainer of the year award, the duo Brooks & Dunn earned three trophies and crooner Vince Gill won two at Tuesday night's Academy of Country Music…
SESAC, the smallest of the three U.S. performing rights societies, is taking a giant step toward leveling the playing field by introducing a computerized "per-play" music rights tracking system.