A compelling indie-rock lineup tunefully floated the theory behind the L.A. Philharmonic's intriguing series examining how music reflects elements that constitute a city.
Three months after Radiohead shocked the system with a "pay what you want" digital model for "In Rainbows," the album hit No. 1 in its first week of availability on compact disc.
A concert marking the 40th anniversary of Johnny Cash's famous concert at Folsom State Prison has been scraped, with the prison and the promoter blaming each other for the cancellation.
A European Union investigation into computer giant Apple has been dropped after the American company agreed to standardize its pricing policies across Europe for its iTunes music downloads.
The 34th Annual People's Choice Awards winners were announced on Tuesday night, with Ellen Degeneres, the cast of "Grey's Anatomy," and the latest installment of "Pirates of the Caribbean" coming out…
Mort Garson, composer, arranger and accompaniest who co-wrote the hit "Our Day Will Come," died Jan. 4 of renal failure in San Francisco. He was 83.
Roger Ames will take over EMI's A&R operations in the U.K. and Ireland, replacing Tony Wadsworth, chairman-CEO of EMI Music U.K. and Ireland, who is ankling.
Anthony Hamilton, the Blues Brothers (Dan Aykroyd and Jim Belushi), Faith Hill, Fantasia, Ledisi, John Legend and a crew of gospel and jazz greats will perform tributes to Aretha Franklin at this…
"The Great Debaters" led the way Tuesday with eight nominations, including feature film, for the 39th NAACP Image Awards, which honor diversity in film, television, music and literature.
Film composer A.R. Rahman, who has provided the music for numerous Bollywood and Hollywood pics, including "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," has launched a school for musicians in his hometown of Chennai…
The brothers who founded Republic Records are now sharing the title of president.