Elton John has pledged to donate all his royalties from the sale of singles released in the U.S. to American AIDS service organizations.
High-powered music biz attorney Allen Grubman, the subject of a $90 million fraud and breach of fiduciary duty suit filed last month by singer Billy Joel, is expected to countersue later this week…
Madonna over the weekend refuted French government claims that she owed 10 million francs ($ 2.2 million) in back taxes.
RESTLESS RECORDS recording artist and former Lone Justice bassist Marvin Etzioni has already pumped out his second album of 1992, "Bone," a full-band followup to his critically acclaimed acoustic…
Stuck between the desire to maintain themselves as viable groundbreakers and still sell millions of units, R.E.M. has chosen to look toward their roots on its new CD, "Automatic For The People."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced that Grammy-winning composer Patrick Williams is scheduled to host a seminar series on motion picture music. The seminar will be held at 7 p.m…
The Senate yesterday passed by voice vote a bill permitting the legal use of digital audio tape machines while compensating songwriters and diskeries for losses from home taping.
THIS WEEK, On Music travels to New York, the other city in America, according to most Los Angeles residents, returning to our roots to discover the simple peasant joys of real pizza, bagels…
Warner New Media announced yesterday the departure of Stan Cornyn, the group's founder and longtime leader.
MCA Music Entertainment Group yesterday announced that MCA Records posted its best monthly sales total ever in September.
Atlantic Records and NorthCarolina-based Mammoth Records recently confirmed a worldwide joint venture that will see Mammoth continue to tap the independent distribution market while funneling…