Brit trip-hop unit U.N.K.L.E.'s latest is a masterful mix of electronic and rock rhythms, one epic tune after another.
A drunk and unfocused Jim Morrison stumbles through two Boston Arena shows that are loaded with evidence of the potency of Ray Manzarek, John Densmore and Robbie Krieger.
The old rule of the music biz used to be that record sales drive concert sales, and vice versa. But its tough these days to find an act that can deliver robust album sales and move concert tickets.
The hardline Union of Students Islamic Assn. has created a computer game that enables gamers to rescue a pair of Iranian scientists captured by U.S. forces while on a pilgrimage to the holy Shia…
Marty Mills, who started out in music publishing and became a celebrity photographer later in life, died of cancer June 23 in Los Angeles.
Jerry Hadley, a world-class tenor known for his agile and lyric voice, died Wednesday in Poughkeepsie, NY, , more than a week after an apparent suicide attempt left him with a severe brain injury. He…
Chinese music website 5fad.com has filed a lawsuit against top Chinese search engine Baidu, saying Baidu posted links to sites that offer free downloads of music it owned.
Performers associated with Stax Records plus a pair of artists freshly signed to the restarted label gave energetic yet short perfs of gritty soul before Isaac Hayes filled the second half of the…
While Satellite Party's Columbia debut, "Ultra Payloaded" often comes across as irreconcilably disjointed, this Gotham perf bore out the well-worn adage that opposites really do attract.
Betty Buckley's second visit to the Blue Note is infinitely superior to her first in May 2006, when she seemed under-rehearsed and uncomfortable. Now, she has everything well in hand. The singing is…