The executive turntable at EMI Music keeps on spinning with news Friday that the company has appointed Billy Mann as international president, A&R labels, and David Kassler as president for Europe…
European songwriters and composers are lobbying the European Commission over proposals that could harm the royalties they earn from their work.
At some point in his 45 years, James Hunter must have assembled an impressive collection of soul records anchored by the works of Sam Cooke.
It's not every day that Tommy Lasorda appears on the same program as Aaron Copland, but that was the case at this year's Hollywood Bowl July 4th Spectacular, "A Ball at the Bowl."
The reunion of 1960s folk-jazz supergroup Pentangle coincided with the closing night of Glastonbury, depriving the gig of the media attention it deserved and might otherwise have generated.
Album sales are down 11% from the midpoint of 2007, while digital sales continue to grow at a steady pace.
Workers at Milan's La Scala are threatening strike action next week that would cancel the first three performances of "La Boheme" at the world famous opera house.
Coldplay's "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" is the top-selling album in the U.S. for a second week, selling 249,000 copies, according to Nielsen Soundscan data.
EMI Group's parent company, Terra Firma, is reportedly in advanced talks with Elio Leoni-Sceti, executive VP of Reckitt Benckiser's business in Europe, to run its struggling music division.
"Identified," Vanessa Hudgens' second album, shows that the "High School Musical" veteran is definitely ready to graduate. The better parts of the album find her reaching for a more mature sound, but…
Warner Music Group has become the third major to join Nokia's proposed "all you can eat" model, making its catalog available to Nokia Music Stores and its Comes With Music service.