A REPRESENTATIVE for the Nashville office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed last Friday that the agency is investigating prominent Nashville music attorney Sam Chappell for allegedly…
Long considered the originator of new-school rap, Run-D.M.C. returns to the album wars Tuesday with its latest Profile Records release, "Down With the King."
Capitol Records president/CEO Hale Milgrim Thursday night strongly denied persistent rumors within the music community that his regime is in trouble.
LOUIS JORDAN, in his classic novelty hit "Saturday Night Fish Fry," said of New Orleans, "All through the week/it's quiet as a mouse/but on Saturday night/they go from house to house."
Prince says he's quitting studio recording to concentrate on theater, film and other ventures. Tuesday's announcement comes seven months after the rock star signed a $ 100 million deal with Warner…
The National Music Publishers Assn. is throwing a bash for Congress May 11 to celebrate passage of last year's Audio Home Recording Act.
A trio of Mulholland Drive property owners have sued rock star Don Henley and one of his neighbors for allegedly bribing and conspiring with local officials to stop the building of a house.
A Philadelphia court sentenced Electric Factory Concerts exex Allen Spivak and Sidney Payne Monday for defrauding several top rock acts of nearly $ 1 million.
ALL BURNING questions regarding Porno for Pyros and lead singer Perry Farrell's post-Jane's Addiction compulsions will at long last be answered when the incendiary band makes its recorded bow Tuesday.
It's not that he hasn't been busy, but if you haven't heard from Chris Isaak lately, there's a reason. "Has it really been four years since the last record?" asks Isaak. "I'm bad at keeping track of…