Actors Elisabeth Shue and Jonathan Silverman and MTV's Melissa Rivers top 400 celebs and young Hollywood professionals skedded to support Mike Woo's L.A. mayoral campaign tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Club…
Bell Biv DeVoe is looking for a major dunk with "Above the Rim," the leadoff single from its long-awaited new MCA studio jam, "Hootie Mack," which hits stores on June 22.
Pat Benatar, the chanteuse who's straddled a blues and rock career that boasts 10 records (six platinum, four gold), returns to rock 'n' roll with the release today of "Gravity's Rainbow" via…
Savage Records, home to David Bowie and four other acts, quietly and permanently closed its doors Friday, less than two months after its biggest album release.
Arguments that suicide messages on an album by the rock group Judas Priest caused two Nevada men to shoot themselves were rejected Friday by the Nevada state Supreme Court.
Hollywood Records has appointed Jesus Garber as its new vice president of urban promotion, reporting to senior vice president of promotion Brenda Romano.
Capitol Records Thursday confirmed Gary Gersh as its new president and CEO. He is scheduled to take over the job July 1.
The parent company of Opryland has made a formal bid for an NBA franchise to play in Nashville's proposed downtown arena, it was announced Wednesday.
How can you be missed if you don't ever go away? Cleveland geek-punk act Pere Ubu begs that question, having repeatedly threatened to permanently call it quits.
After weeks of rumors, denials and backroom political intrigue, EMI Music Wednesday fired Capitol Records president Hale Milgrim and his No. 2 man, executive VP Art Jaeger.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Tuesday unveiled its 1993-94 lineup encompassing $ 12 million worth of programming in six series under the umbrella title Lincoln Center Prods.