Los Angeles city officials and the Los Angeles Grammy Host Committee reached a compromise yesterday regarding payment for city services required to stage last night's Grammy Awards. But a cloud still…
Eric Clapton …6 “Beauty and the Beast”… 4 Alan Menken … 3 Howard Ashman … 2 Boyz II Men … 2 Arrested Development … 2 Vince Gill … 2 Stevie Ray Vaughan … 2 The Chieftains … 2 Linda Ronstadt … 2
Eric Clapton, the legendary rock guitarist/singer long deified by his fans, ascended to Grammy heights, capturing six prizes, including album, song and record of the year, to highlight the 35th…
Motown Records yesterday announced the creation of Motown U.K., which will focus on British and European R&B.
Giant Records yesterday confirmed that veteran record executive Derek Shulman will become president of a new, unnamed label that will be based in New York (Daily Variety, Feb. 4).
Los Angeles becomes the center of the music universe tonight, as the 35th annual Grammy Awards kick off at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, the event to be televised from 8-11 p.m. via CBS-TV.
Loyal Suzanne Vega fans braved the 50-year flood Thursday to fill the Wiltern Theatre, enthusiastic in their support of A&M's fragile singer-songwriter. Only Vega wasn't simply a frail flower onstage…
The Los Angeles Philharmonic's music director, Esa-Pekka Salonen, returned to the podium of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion last week for a series of concerts that contrasted the work of two very…
Contemporary jazz label GRP Records has formed a new subsidiary label, MCA/GRP Records, dedicated to pop, adult contemporary and urban artists.
The owner of the Hollywood Palladium is seeking a court order stopping the City of Los Angeles from imposing conditions on the use of the concert hall that it claims will drive it out of business.