THIS WEEK'S industry buzz on the 1993 edition of the MTV Video Music Awards show has the popular program moving to New York.
As comebacks go, Lazarus has nothing on Aerosmith. An album rock mainstay for Columbia Records in the '70s, the band was considered your basic burn-out case by the mid-'80s.
Country music's market share increase 4% According to the RIAA's 1992 consumer profile results, rock music continued to lead the recorded music market with 33.2% of sales, while country's slice…
Country music increased its market share 4%, but rock 'n' roll continues to be America's favorite sound, according to the 1992 consumer profile results released Friday by the Recording Industry Assn…
The music industry gained sympathy from a key member of Congress yesterday in its quest for a performance right in sound recordings, but broadcasters sent notice that no legislation will pass without…
The 20th-anniversary season of the Universal Amphitheatre will be highlighted by the grand opening of the new CityWalk entertainment complex and the return of "Jesus Christ Superstar."
Sting, Tina Turner, Steve Miller, Sade, and Kenny G highlight the 1993 Greek Theatre concert schedule, announced yesterday by the Nederlander Concert organization.
Garth Brooks yesterday asked the state Legislature to outlaw ticket scalping in Tennessee. "Just the law prohibiting scalping would be the sweetest thing to me," Brooks told lawmakers.
Paul McCartney will headline a national Earth Day concert at the Hollywood Bowl April 16, marking his first appearance at the venue since a 1965 Beatles performance.
Michael Jackson's Sony-distributed record label is expected to start operating early next month with music industry veteran Jerry Greenberg at the helm, according to sources.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy1Weekend:$17.6M Disney
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles2Weekend:$16.8M Paramount Pictures
If I Stay
If I Stay3Weekend:$16.4M Warner Brothers / New Line