The rock band Velvet Revolver has canceled a tour of Japan after authorities refused to give its members visas, possibly because of previous run-ins with the law.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are suing Showtime over the name of the series "Californication," which is also the name of the band's 1999 album and a single.
Chris Daughtry may not have won "American Idol," but his band, Daughtry, earned high enough honors at the American Music Awards on Sunday to share the spotlight with Carrie Underwood and Justin…
A&M Records co-founder Herb Alpert has donated $30 million to UCLA to establish the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
I don't like to talk about my songs" might not be the most auspicious start to a concert in Disney Hall's "Songbook" series, but on Friday night Neko Case made it work.
Singer Erik Kurmangaliev, one of the most colorful characters in Russia's perestroika music world, died in Moscow of a liver infection on Nov. 13.
High-definition DVDs are enabling amazing new technical feats. But they can also cause semantic headaches.
At 65, an age when classic rockers move into retrospective mode, looking back and slowing down, Brazilian superstar singer/songwriter/author Caetano Veloso remains a restless, mercurial artist.
A relatively young label that had one of the biggest hits of 2006 has entered the blogosphere to make music available for free.
The American Music Awards have raised their game. The show, a property of Dick Clark Prods., is in the hands of companies held by Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, and the new owners are…
The Eagles secured glowing reviews for the Nokia Theater, Neil Young reinforced the first impressions, and now it's the American Music Awards' chance to reveal the glow of L.A.'s newest live…