Avoiding the use of their already known names, actress-singer Zooey Deschanel puts her songs in the hands of guitarist M. Ward, who in turn gives them booming, echoey treatments that recall a…
Uwe Boll may have been unstoppable when he fought five of his Web critics in a series of publicity-generating boxing matches in 2006, but the Internet could wind up with the last laugh.
Rarely do entertainers take the position that the world is awash in too much entertainment. But that's the premise of a new Website called TheFilter.com backed by Peter Gabriel and U.K. firm Eden…
Danny Federici, the longtime keyboard player for Bruce Springsteen whose stylish work helped define the E Street Band's sound on hits from "Hungry Heart" through "The Rising," died April 17 in New…
Barbra Streisand has donated $5 million to create the Barbra Streisand Women's Cardiovascular Research and Education Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
One-man-band Jim Noir meshes Beatles-esque pop and subtle electronic influences on his second LP which has no clear destination, but nonetheless provides a welcomed pop voyage.
BMG has shaken up its side of the Sony BMG music empire, tapping Barry Weiss to replace Clive Davis and moving Davis to a position where he will work with major artists.
Things start out strong, but Nashville singer-songwriter Griffin House's "Flying Upside Down" is soon grounded by cliches and self-seriousness.
The reorganization of EMI into what topper Guy Hands terms "a global functional matrix organization" was completed Thursday with the announcement of regional presidents, the creation of two boards…
After acquiring two significant music-related websites in the past two weeks, social media network Buzznet has signed on Universal Music Group as an investor.
Christopher Cross comes sailing into the Cafe Carlyle for four weeks, smoothly gliding through his three major hits in the adult contemporary vein.