A trade group representing the copyright interests of film studios and record companies is recommending that Taiwan be shut out of world trade talks and that the U.S. embark on trade retaliation…
Monday is the first entry deadline for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, for programs originally broadcast between June 1, 1992, and April 5. A second deadline, for programs airing as late as…
Two major hard rock bands have undergone significant personnel changes, each suffering the departure of their lead vocalist.
An all-star tribute to the late bandleader/drummer Art Blakey and a Latin jazz summit meeting are among the highlights of "Jazz at the Bowl," the annual Hollywood Bowl summer program.
Wilson Phillips, the fresh-faced celebrity offspring who produced one of the most successful debut record albums in history, have apparently splintered into solo careers.
A disagreement over rap group 2 Live Crew's parody of the Roy Orbison hit "Oh, Pretty Woman" will be used by the Supreme Court to resolve an important copyright law dispute.
Elektra hip-hop artists Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth have filed suit against manager Edward O. Ferrell and his Manhattan-based Untouchables Entertainment firm, claiming negligence plus breach of…
Motown Records has formed a new product development department and tapped veteran VP of communications Michael Mitchell as its head.
Amid bouquets of gift flowers set on stage, Griffith gave a two-hour show laden with material from her new Elektra release, which is a tribute to her favorite songs and songwriters.
Country music's market share increase 4% According to the RIAA's 1992 consumer profile results, rock music continued to lead the recorded music market with 33.2% of sales, while country's slice…