The Grammys are returning to Staples Center.
Lou Pearlman, the man who created the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync, was sentenced Wednesday to 25 years in federal prison for engineering a decades-long scam that bilked thousands of investors out of…
Pink Floyd and soprano Renee Fleming were named winners of the 2008 Polar Music Prize on Wednesday for their contributions to their musical genres.
Death Cab for Cutie secured its first No. 1 in a week that saw debuts in the top four slots on the nation's album sales chart. The top three are Warner Music Group releases -- a feat the company…
John Rutsey, a co-founding member of Canadian rock band Rush, died last week in Toronto from complications from a lifelong battle with diabetes. He was 55.
Music publisher Al Gallico, a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, died of cardiac arrest, secondary to pulmonary disease, May 15 in Los Angeles. He was 88.
Napster Inc. begins selling MP3s Tuesday, a move the online music service hopes will lure iPod users and turn around Napster's sliding fortunes.
MEDIA ALWAYS rolls "iffy" dice when it comes to the Sinatras. So it's not a surprise to learn that Meredith Viera on the Today Show last week stunned Frank Jr. by asking him about his famous…
Though going out on tour means connecting with fans, it can also mean long hours, high stress, and sleepless nights. Janet Jackson says she's looking forward to all of it.
Miranda Lambert won album of the year and Sugarland took single record and song of the year honors Sunday for their mellow hit "Stay" at the 43rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
On the impressive "Asking for Flowers," her recent Zoe/Rounder album, Kathleen Edwards moved toward a more adult, delicate sound. But at the Troubadour on Friday night, the Canadian thrush, probably…