Polygram has officially acquired additional shares in both of its Japanese record subsidiaries, Nippon Phonogram and Polydor KK, for $ 24.5 million.
It's been close to 25 years since Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker last set foot on stage as members of Cream, the band that gave the name power to power trios.
EMI Records Group yesterday confirmed that former executive VP/general manager Daniel Glass will become its new president.
Solomon Burke, Wilson Pickett and Carla Thomas are among those selected by the Rhythm & Blues Foundation to receive its 1993 Pioneer Awards, to be presented Feb. 25 at the Palace in Hollywood.
Jellybean Benitez will deejay MTV's Rock 'n' Roll Inaugural Ball at D.C.'s Convention Center next week. Event, which takes place on the evening Bill Clinton is sworn in as the 42nd president, will be…
Atlantic Records has pacted for promotion, marketing and distribution on select releases from New York independent label Matador Records.
Polygram president/CEO Alain Levy will receive the Spirit of Life Award from the City of Hope's Music & Entertainment Industry Chapter at its annual fund-raising dinner in September.
Garth Brooks and Billy Ray Cyrus are the leading nominees for the annual National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers Best Seller Awards, which will be presented at the org's 35th annual convention…
Michael Jackson has been the victim of widely published defamatory and false statements, according to a spokesman who also vowed the singer plans a more active role in combating rumors.
Walt Disney Home Video plans a Feb. 16 release for "For Our Children: The Concert," featuring such artists as Paula Abdul, Michael Bolton and Jason Priestley performing children's songs.