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…
Garth Brooks will kick off a world tour in July, release a new album in September and appear in a TV special for NBC, the country music singer confirmed yesterday to Daily Variety.
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…
Have retailers seen the future of recorded music and realized the end is near? That may account for the somewhat quiet mood here at the 35th annual National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers…
Mysterious Michael Jackson has started more movie companies than movies.
"I'm singing better now than I ever have in my life," said Glen Campbell, whose debut Liberty Records album, "Somebody Like That," hits stores this week.
SOME FOLKS will do anything to avoid a day's work. Take James Dowdall and Rose Noone, for example. Apparently the Island Records A&R reps found the lure of Peoria and other legendary bastions of…
Heavy metal superstars Metallica swept the Bay Area Music Awards for a second year in a row, taking a break from a 300-concert world tour to party with hometown fans.
The long-rumored end to Charlie Minor's reign as president of Giant Records came Friday, the company announcing Minor's departure to open his own marketing and promotion company. The announcement…
The National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers board has recommended the acousto-magnetic source tagging of EAS, ending a years-long debate on the anti-theft devices.