Although it features a serial Roman numeral, Neil Young's "Chrome Dreams II" is less a sequel to than a mirror image of the original "Chrome Dreams."
AT&T is making Napster's entire music catalog of more than 5 million songs available for wireless download starting early next month.
Gala events are often so rife with back-patting that it's amazing anyone has a hand free to play a note between trading of kudos.
One of the more popular trumpeters to emerge post-Wynton from New Orleans, Nicholas Payton has developed an omnivorous approach to jazz, willing to bring countless genres to the table.
Indie rock, a generally insular world that resonates with people who prefer to learn about music through personal recommendations, at venues ill-equipped to present shows and via MP3-filled websites…
Home teams scored big at "Los Premios MTV Latin America 2007," with Mexico's rock band Mana, rock-pop outfit Camila and pop princess Belinda each taking two awards.
Mary Cleere Haran, like so many children of the 1950s, long looked askance at bright-and-sunny Hollywood star Doris Day.
How much can Rupert Murdoch and his media empire rile people?
The Eagles followed the Dixie Chicks on Thursday, but both of them were opening acts, as it were, for the night's headliner -- the gleaming new Nokia Theatre.
In between gigs with his more famous band Wolf Parade, Canadian singer-songwriter Spencer Krug crafts elegantly weird orchestral pop romps with Sunset Rubdown. Their latest, "Random Spirit Lover"…
Universal Pictures has set David Benioff to write an untitled drama about the life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.