Singer Paula Abdul was vindicated Thursday by a federal court jury that rejected backup singer Yvette Marine's claim that she sang co-lead vocals on Abdul's debut Virgin disc "Forever Your Girl."
Elektra Entertainment has promoted Jon Leshay to senior VP of promotion, replacing Rick Alden, who exits after 15 years with the label.
Following a national search, Dennis Barrie, a key national figure in the defense of artistic expression, has been hired as director of the under- construction Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has jumped into the used-CD fray, announcing Wednesday it has decided to support the stance taken by record distributors to challenge retailers who…
In what looks like the revenge of the old guys, the "Sleepless in Seattle" soundtrack, featuring such pre-rock notables as Jimmy Durante and Louis Armstrong, broke young rappers Cypress Hill's…
Members of the '60s rock band the Kingsmen have sued for return of their master recordings and termination of Highland Music Inc.'s contractual right to them.
Closing arguments in the suit disputing whether Paula Abdul was the sole lead vocalist on her Virgin Records debut album "Forever Your Girl" were delivered Wednesday, with both sides emphasizing the…
Performing rights group SESAC has established a new Latin music branch, SESAC/Latina, the first computerized monitor specifically geared toward Spanish-language broadcasting in North America.
Final judging for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be held in all-day sessions Saturday and Sunday at the BevHilton Hotel. More than 800 panelists will participate in the peer-group judging.
In a move certain to spark a new round of posturing by participants in the controversy over the sale of used compact discs, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences is expected to announce…