Now that he's conquered the U.S., country singer Garth Brooks has his sights set on the rest of the world. The Liberty recording artist will launch his first European tour with a gig in Dublin…
The civil lawsuit aimed at singer Michael Jackson may be coming to a close, with attorneys for the 14-year-old boy who claimed the singer sexually molested him accepting a multimillion-dollar…
"We never wanted to be a one-dimensional rock band," said Jerry Cantrell, guitarist for Alice in Chains. "I couldn't see parroting ourselves for 10 years."
In a move that could signal the unraveling of MTV's stranglehold on the broadcasting of musicvideos, a consortium of record labels is discussing the formation of its own musicvideo service.
In a setback for the nation's music retailers, recording studios refused Thursday to set testing standards for evaluating antitheft tags for cassette tapes and CDs.
Bob Marley and John Lennon were inducted posthumously into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Paul McCartney used the occasion to announce that the surviving Beatles will record again.
Hollywood resumed a semblance of normalcy Wednesday, although news of quake damage -- not to mention aftershocks -- continued to rock the film community. As more studios and production companies got…
It was another week of retreat at record stores as consumer music purchases continue to move back toward non-holiday numbers.
Michael Bolton, Snoop Doggy Dogg and Rod Stewart are among the performers set for the 21st American Music Awards Feb. 7 at the Shrine Auditorium.