For the second time, the European Commission has cleared the merger of record companies Sony and BMG.
Betty Buckley has signed with Sony BMG's Playbill Records, which will release an album she recorded 40 years ago, "Betty Buckley 1967," in two weeks and a new recording on Valentine's Day.
Peter Edge has been upped to president, A&R, at J Records where he will continue to report to Clive Davis, chairman & CEO, BMG Label Group.
Give Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst this: he knows how to milk a crescendo. That's not a talent to be scoffed at when your band is playing the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The title's "Revival," one tune is dubbed "Creedence Song" and the dozen tracks are swampy and buoyant - it's as close to a Creedence Clearwater Revival album as John Fogerty has made since the East…
A grand album that captures Annie Lennox in her gospel-belting glory, "Songs of Mass Destruction" is a refreshing return to form for the former Eurythmics star.
The Police, fresh off a reunion concert in Paris, received a French award for their contribution to the arts Monday.
In what appears to be the most significant experiment since digital downloading began, Radiohead's first album away from a major label will be sold for a price determined by each individual consumer.
Iraqi singing sensation Shada Hassoun, who in March won the fourth season of the Lebanese talent show "Star Academy," plans a tour of relatively safe Iraqi Kurdistan in the coming weeks to greet her…
Kenneth Gonzalez has been eagerly awaiting premiere week for months, but he wasn't thinking about TV's "Big Bang Theory" or "The Bionic Woman."
For a couple of weeks this fall, the Rialto gets a visit from Rio. Duran Duran, the band best known for its 1980s hits including "Rio," "Hungry Like the Wolf" and "Save a Prayer," will play a…