LucasArts' announcement at Comic-Con that it will release "Lego Indiana Jones" in 2008 comes just months after Warners announced that "Lego Batman" is in the works.
'Once,' which Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova star and provide the music for, has become a sleeper hit and the two musician/actors, performing as the Swell Season, are headlining their own tour.
Tilson Thomas returned to the Los Angeles Philharmonic as an eminent visiting maestro, tackling familiar American music Thursday night.
Stevie Wonder will go on his first U.S. tour in more than a decade, starting next month in San Diego.
Irish singer, songwriter and storyteller Tommy Makem, who teamed with the Clancy Brothers to become stars during the folk music boom, has died of cancer. He was 74.
"Hairspray" was the big winner on the Nielsen SoundScan chart this week. Soundtrack to the New Line pic sold 101,000 copies, pushing it from No. 4 to No. 2.
The publisher of Eminem's music has filed a federal lawsuit against computer giant Apple Inc. for selling downloads of his songs without permission.
The record company of Coldplay and Norah Jones has been sold to private equity.
Korn's untitled 8th album comes on the heels of their "MTV Unplugged" CD and their foray into more electronic textures on 2005's "See You on the Other Side."
Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville's bracingly impressive docu "Respect Yourself" makes a great case for Stax Records as the greatest soul label ever.
Little, Brown has scored world English-language rights (outside the U.K.) to the memoir of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.