"Journey to the West," a ribald Chinese folk tale, heavy on Buddhism, kung fu and featuring a fighting Monkey King, is about to be turned into a 50-part skein by Chinese producer Zhang Jizhong, while…
Herman Stein, who composed music for many of Universal's 1950s science-fiction and horror films, died of congestive heart failure March 15 in Los Angeles. He was 91.
Reba McEntire will return to host the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Elton John says he will make his back catalog of more than 30 albums available for digital download later this month.
While watching Rod Stewart's current, celebratory arena tour, "Rockin' in the Round," it's possible to have two nearly opposite reactions, sometimes during a single song.
Aaron Sorkin seems to have added another legit project to his plate. Sorkin's theatrical rep said nothing was yet confirmed but that the parties involved are all interested in working together on the…
Paul McCartney was introduced Wednesday as the first artist signed to Starbucks' new record label. The former Beatle made an appearance via a video feed from London at the company's annual meeting.
Three debuts climbed to the top of the Nielsen SoundScan charts this week, as Musiq Soulchild, Lloyd and Rich Boy led all album sales. R&B artists Musiq Soulchild and Lloyd grabbed the top two spots…
Luther Ingram, the R&B singer and songwriter best known for the hit "If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want to Be Right)," has died. He was 69.
With profits more than doubling in 2006, Bertelsmann on Wednesday posted its most successful annual result ever.
The Bay City Rollers, a popular Scottish pop group that topped music charts in the 1970s, have accused Arista Records in a lawsuit of failing to pass along millions of dollars in royalties over the…