Execs from Grupo Televisa said Thursday they are cooperating with a probe by the U.S. Dept. of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service into payments made by execs at its Fonovisa record label to…
The soundtrack to the Warner Bros. film "City of Angels" was the bestselling album in the nation on sales of more than 165,000 copies.
Singer-songwriter David Crosby, who performed with rock bands the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, is jumping into the movie business with "Stand and Be Counted," a docu about the role of…
News Corp.'s Star TV has signed a deal to launch its Channel V music service in the Commonwealth of Independent States.
George Wright, who served as staff organist at Radio City Music Hall and the Paramount Theater in New York, died May 10 of unreported causes in Southern California. He was 77.
Antitrust experts say the proposed merger between Polygram and Seagram will get a close look from regulators who blocked a similar deal involving Polygram in the mid-1980s.
Atlanta-based jam rockers Widespread Panic recently drew an estimated crowd of 100,000 to a hometown concert, so perhaps booking expectations were overly high for this package tour.
From its 1947 inception, the Ojai Festival has concentrated on the cutting-edge musical repertory that more grandiose European festivals would fear to touch.
VH1 will bring back the concert series "Hard Rock Live" for a second season, but this year the show has a different sponsor, American Express.
Geri Halliwell, aka Ginger Spice, frontwoman of girl power music sensation the Spice Girls, officially announced Sunday that she has exited the band.
It's Dan Bern's poor fortune to be hailed in some circles as the new Bob Dylan at a time when radio, being what it is, is looking for the next Jakob Dylan. In any case, singer-songwriter Bern, signed…