A full-length collection of genre-hopping workouts with a bevy of indie guest stars (Andrew Bird, Martin Dosh, Why?, the Microphones' Phil Elvrum)
Beijing's high court has upheld the convictions for copyright infringement of two online music services that prosecutors alleged were massive violators. But only one defendant will be held liable.
Concert promoter Live Nation will launch its own ticketing service on Jan. 1, 2009, replacing its deals with Ticketmaster.
Lou Reed will be the keynote speaker for the 2008 South By Southwest Music Conference and Film Festival. He will make his appearance in conjunction with a screening of Julian Schnabel's film "Lou…
Kenny G, who already holds the record for biggest-selling Christmas album, has set his sights on Valentine's Day.
A cult classic, Love's "Forever Changes," and a pair of megahits, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Pink Floyd's "The Wall," are among the 70 new entries in the Grammy Hall of Fame.
This edition of Chick's Elektric Band roared, sighed and carried on with remarkable internal discipline and intuition, like a single instrument.
Josh Groban's "Noel" became the first Christmas album to top the album sales charts for four consecutive weeks as well as the top-selling album of the year as it sold another 669,000 copies last week.
A bipartisan group of top lawmakers has introduced legislation that would compel broadcasters to pay performers when their music is played over the air.
The Recording Academy has selected eight artists, two executives, a tech wizard and a tape recording manufacturer to receive the honorary Grammys at February's ceremony.
Joel Dorn, one of the key producers at Atlantic Records in the 1960s and '70s who became a pre-eminent jazz archivist in the CD era, died Monday of a heart attack in New York.