"YOU CAN TRAIN the audience to behave the way you want them to," country music singer Aaron Tippin asserts. "If you want them to go crazy, you go crazy on stage. Most performers think they feed off…
Security was tight for a free outdoor bash at the Montreal Intl. Jazz Festival, a police reaction to riots after the Canadiens' recent Stanley Cup hockey victory and during a local Caribbean-themed…
Sony has named DellFurano, the veteran rock 'n' roll merchandiser for such bands as Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead and the Rolling Stones, president of its Sony Signatures merchandising unit.
Walt Disney Studios has rubbed up two alternative lines of lyrics for the opening number "Arabian Nights" in the animated smash "Aladdin," following protests from the American-Arab…
Colpix has shifted the openings of a pair of Castle Rock Entertainment movies , moving "Needful Things" from Aug. 11 to Aug. 27, and "Josh and S.A.M." from Aug. 27 to Aug. 20. The moves were…
The Kennedy Center's National Symphony Orchestra and music director Mstislav Rostropovich will cap a two-week tour of the former Soviet Union with a free concert Sept. 26 in Moscow's Red Square.
Atlantic's Stone Temple Pilots and Capitol's Butthole Surfers co-headlined, both celebrating major label debut records, "Core" and "Independent Worm Saloon," respectively.
In these lean-and-mean days of economic recession, opening nights at the Hollywood Bowl are no longer a joyous display of conspicuous consumption. And with the Los Angeles Philharmonic continually…
In a bid to combat piracy, the music industry is bankrolling a study to determine whether it's feasible to place an "authenticity device" on sound recordings notifying consumers that a product is…
Barbra Streisand's Columbia Records release "Back to Broadway" will debut at No. 1 on Billboard's pop album chart next week, displacing Janet Jackson's premiere Virgin Records disc, "janet.," after…