The world premieres of theatrical works that look at two American presidents and David Mamet's first musical highlight the 2007-08 schedule at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Culver City.
The nominees for GLAAD's music award form an unlikely group -- an off-beat bluegrass duo, a venerable disco duo, a foulmouthed chanteuse, glitzy hitmakers and an avant-garde violinist. Other than…
When Gloria Gaynor sang that disco anthem "I Will Survive," she could not have been thinking of the Village People. Incredibly, that seminal gay group has morphed into the Rolling Stones of dance…
The arrival of the Beatles' catalog online could be imminent after it Apple Corps settled a royalty dispute with EMI Group Thursday. Apple Corps began legal proceedings in both the Supreme Court in…
The word "lucky" gets mentioned twice in a conversation with Adam Schlesinger, the chief songwriter of Fountains of Wayne, whose resume has been growing over the last 10 years with an abundance of…
The Hollywood Palladium will receive a significant upgrade and reopen in the fall of 2008. Live Nation, the largest concert promoter in the country, has inked a deal to manage, book and operate the…
Mercury Records will be relaunched as a division of the Island Def Jam Music Group with David Massey at the helm. Massey, executive VP, A&R, Sony Music Label Group U.S. since 2004, will oversee the…
Music net fuse is being moved from the Rainbow Media side of Cablevision Systems Holdings to Cablevision's Madison Square Garden division.
Last week's top two albums swapped slots atop the nation's sales charts as Vol. 24 of "Now! That's What I Call Music" saw only a 7% drop in its second stanza.
U.K. royalty collection society Phonographic Performance Limited has signed an agreement with its counterpart Russian Phonographic Association to ensure its members are paid properly for use of their…