Booming compact disc sales, a comeback by cassettes and the rise of country music and new stars helped U.S. record sales hit an all-time high of approximately $ 9 billion in 1992.
Barbra Streisand's forthcoming Columbia Records album will be a collection of classics, including duets with Johnny Mathis and Michael Crawford. The collection was incorrectly attributed to Mariah…
The Bobby Brooks Foundation, named for the Creative Artists Agency agent killed two years ago in the helicopter crash that also claimed Stevie Ray Vaughan, has announced its first grant of financial…
The harmony vocal quartet Boyz II Men's "End of the Road" was named R&B song of the year and the group won two other trophies at the 1993 Soul Train Music Awards Tuesday night. The suddenly…
The emergence of gospel music, the misperception of its lyrical content and the reluctance by retailers to support the genre were among the topics discussed during "Gospel Music: It's Not Just for…
A Sony Music executive boasted that every superstar in the giant distributor's family will issue product this year as the 35th annual National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers convention wrapped up…
Billy Ray Cyrus' "Some Gave All" on Mercury/Nashville was named the best-selling recording of the year last night to highlight the 1992 National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers' best-seller awards.
Kevin Costner, Whoopi Goldberg, Garth Brooks and the feature film "A Few Good Men" were double winners and the long-running hit series "Cheers" was given a "special tribute" at the 19th annual…