Sony Music Distribution, the last holdout in the CD antitrust fight, on Thursday revised its policy to withhold advertising dollars to retailers selling used CDs.
At a packed news conference Wednesday, Michael Jackson's attorney played a tape-recorded conversation that, he asserted, details the alleged extortion attempt aimed at the singer.
The legal battle between singer Don Henley and Geffen Records heated up this week when the former Eagles drummer charged in court papers that mogul David Geffen conspired with other record labels…
Country music Fanfest '94 bows in May at the L.A. County Fairplex in Pomona, featuring performances and personal appearances.
In an otherwise slow week, piano man Billy Joel maintained his hold on the peak of the nation's album sales chart, while upstart rock group Blind Melon continued its march toward the top.
Doug Davidson, aka detective Paul Williams on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" since 1978, has won the hosting job on the syndicated version of "The Price Is Right."
Singer Michael Jackson received a clean bill of health by doctors Tuesday, following the singer's cancellation of the second night of his Singapore stop due to nausea and dizziness. Jackson will…
Arista Records has inked a distribution pact with newly formed Los Angeles-based PGA Records, a label founded by musicvideo director Patrick Armstrong.
Country singer Garth Brooks continued his push against used CDs Tuesday, warning retailers that distributors may not support them if their interests are not protected. The singer also professed…
The soundtrack to the film "The Bodyguard" has sold 9 million albums, according to August sales certifications provided by the Recording Industry Assn. of America, making it one of the…
This fall, Clint Black, Carly Simon, Los Lobos, Glenn Frey, Delfeayo Marsalis and even David Cassidy will boldly go where the likes of Nelson Riddle, Duane Eddy and Lalo Schifrin have gone before.