Shelby Lynne doesn't describe her new album as a departure from her steeped-in-country earlier works, but rather as a reflection of where she is today as an artist.
DOES LIFE change when you win a Grammy for best new artist and score a gold debut album? Yes, says singer/songwriter Marc Cohn, who accomplished both in the last two years. But your values can also…
Robert Bowlin has been named executive VP of Sony Music Entertainment and senior executive VP of Sony Music Intl., two newly created positions.
Hungaroton, the acclaimed Eastern European record label that declared bankruptcy April 15, will be dissected and sold, according to the Hungarian State Property Agency.
Gale Anne Hurd, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Joel Silver, Martin Brest, Charles Fries, Steve Tisch, Tori Spelling, Shelley Duvall and Larry Thompson will be among honorees Thursday at RP Intl.'s…
Michael Rosenblatt has been named senior VP A&R at MCA Records, based in New York.
Beginning July 6, UCLA Extension will present "The Anatomy of a Hit: What Makes a Blockbuster Tick." Students will look at current hit films for concept, story structure, character development, point…
Some of the greatest jazz stars shared the spotlight with the nation's best-known amateur saxophonist in a late-night celebration of "America's classical music" on the White House lawn.
An era officially ended Friday, as Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss -- the "A" and "M" of A&M Records -- officially confirmed their resignation from the company they founded.
Taylor Dayne has finally passed the Clive Davis test. The singer acknowledges resistance from the Arista label chief to her plans to write some of the songs for "Soul Dancing," her third disc, which…
Pete Townshend has lived through several decades of rock 'n' roll, but he's not close to extinction. "I may look like a dinosaur, but I don't think I behave like one," joked the British rocker, whose…