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.
Garth Brooks' co-manager Pam Lewis has formed an independent label with her fiance, music industry executive Andy Frances.
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.
Jorgen Larsen has been named president of MCA Music Entertainment Intl., a new position in which the executive will spearhead the company's expansion of its overseas endeavors.
NASHVILLE HAS a reputation as a place where rarely is heard a discouraging word, but the Music Row Industry Summit kicked off last week with hours of blunt talk.
Johnny Gill is out to break perceptions with his new album, "Provocative," set to drop next month on Motown. "Just don't lock me into being a balladeer," says Gill. "The (new) album has uptempo cuts…
Time Warner Thursday announced formation of a new record distribution company , Alternative Distribution Alliance, to specialize in alternative rock music.
The Nevada Supreme Court seemed unconvinced Wednesday by arguments that alleged suicide messages on an album by a British rock group could have caused two Sparks men to shoot themselves.