LOUIS JORDAN, in his classic novelty hit "Saturday Night Fish Fry," said of New Orleans, "All through the week/it's quiet as a mouse/but on Saturday night/they go from house to house."
The National Music Publishers Assn. is throwing a bash for Congress May 11 to celebrate passage of last year's Audio Home Recording Act.
A trio of Mulholland Drive property owners have sued rock star Don Henley and one of his neighbors for allegedly bribing and conspiring with local officials to stop the building of a house.
A Philadelphia court sentenced Electric Factory Concerts exex Allen Spivak and Sidney Payne Monday for defrauding several top rock acts of nearly $ 1 million.
ALL BURNING questions regarding Porno for Pyros and lead singer Perry Farrell's post-Jane's Addiction compulsions will at long last be answered when the incendiary band makes its recorded bow Tuesday.
It's not that he hasn't been busy, but if you haven't heard from Chris Isaak lately, there's a reason. "Has it really been four years since the last record?" asks Isaak. "I'm bad at keeping track of…
A jury has delivered a mixed verdict in a civil suit filed by a computer technician who claimed she was attacked by members of rap singer Hammer's entourage.
Grammy Award winner k.d. lang will produce and write the soundtrack music for Fine Line Features' "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues," the Gus Van Sant film based on the Tom Robbins novel starring Uma…
A publisher of Tom Waits' music is suing the gravelly voiced singer, accusing him of interfering with the use of his songs in commercials.
KCBS-TV anchor Michael Tuck, who has been missing in action for the past several weeks, is recuperating from surgery and expected to return to the station shortly.
Rock and jazz keyboard star Herbie Hancock will kick off the 14th edition of the Montreal Intl. Jazz Festival July 1, with organizers planning more than 300 concerts over 11 days.