The Al Gore-spearheaded Live Earth events -- nine shows on seven continents featuring 150 artists, as viewers were repeatedly advised -- may have been all about saving the Earth and clearing the…
Taiwan has tried 14 times to gain United Nations recognition, with no success. Now, politicians in capital Taipei are hoping that rousing rock anthems might succeed where diplomacy has failed.
July was supposed to be a month of celebration for WFAN, the CBS-owned New York radio station that invented the all-sports format.
Could Stewart Copeland's honesty impact the Van Halen reunion tour now expected to start in the fall? The Police drummer used his blog to point out all the mistakes in the band's opening-night perf…
The billions of dollars from private equity that have flooded the film industry in the past several years are finding a new target: videogames.
Beverly Sills, the Brooklyn-born coloratura soprano whose fame extended well beyond the opera house thanks to her effusive personality and charitable work, died of lung cancer in Manhattan on July 2.
Universal Music Group continues to dominate the music industry with a 31.59% market share, as the industry battles with a 15% drop in sales from the first half of 2006.
Bill Pinkney, the last survivor of the original members of the musical group The Drifters, died July 4 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
BBC Bristol is fast gaining international fame for making documentaries dedicated to exploring a very different type of life form -- equally well known for their wild antics -- rock and pop musicians.
Pianist Nik Bartsch has described Ronin's music as "zen funk" -- a categorization that, on the surface, seems oxymoronic. But at this perf, which marked the group's Stateside bow, he went a long way…