LOS ANGELES TURNS on to the Grammys this week, as the city starts to gear up for the 35th annual awards show on Feb. 24, which will be televised from 8-11 p.m. from the Shrine Auditorium on CBS.
The historic Hollywood Palladium will close within three months, according to a management spokesman, because of a city-imposed curfew that the venue's owners claim is unworkable.
Former CEMA Distribution president Dennis White is among the partners of newly formed independent record label Skydoor Records, unveiled yesterday.
Ira Miskin and Farrell Reynolds, former high-ranking Turner alums, have joined forces to form Atlanta-based indie Conduit Communications Inc.
The growing pains of rap and the emergence of country music were among the hot topics on the first day of the 1993 Gavin Seminar, which runs through Saturday at the Westin St. Francis Hotel.
Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel will reunite next month for a concert to benefit homeless kids. The March 1 acoustical performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion will benefit Children's Health Fund…
Polygram Label Group continued restructuring its promotion department, upping three exex.
Priority Records confirmed that it will distribute Ice-T's "Home Invasion" album through his own newly created imprint, Rhyme Syndicate Records.
Stephen W. Chabre has been named chief executive officer of Michael Jackson Enterprises, the entertainer's parent corporation for his various business interests.
The L.A. City Council voted yesterday to restrict the hours of operation for the Hollywood Palladium, citing the recent violence at the popular venue and complaints from neighbors as the reasons…
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