DreamWorks and Paramount have officially apologized to Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr. in stressing that "Dreamgirls" is a work of fiction.
The South by Southwest Film Festival has selected the North American premiere of Chan-wook Park's new film, "I'm a Cyborg, but That's OK," to close the fest on March 17 in Austin, Texas.
The question pops up every year: What's a Grammy worth in sales? It's a tough intangible, and this year's show sent albums by performers and winners skyrocketing. While a win or an on-air perf…
Norah Jones' "Not Too Late" (Blue Note) returned to No. 1 on the nation's album sales chart as the combination of the Grammys and Valentine's Day led to a major sales week.
After selling out basketball arenas in a matter of minutes, the Police are taking their show to even bigger venues.
Pianist Freddie Redd was one of the more mercurial characters on the Big Apple jazz scene of the late '50s and early '60s, darting around the edges of both the hard bop scene and the avant-garde…
Like their kindred spirits the Flaming Lips, Apples in Stereo began life as low-budget experimenters with wide-screen ambitions. And while they've taken a decidedly more meandering path toward…
Warner Music is again kicking the tires at EMI, but this time the American company has the support of the European indie coalition that has fought every music industry merger.
Jeff Rabhan, Stuart Dill and Cal Turner III have formed Three Ring Projects, an entertainment company specializing in artist management, publishing, licensing, endorsements and touring.
The third annual international music and media forum Musexpo will be held April 29-May 2 in West Hollywood.
EMI Group may sell its recorded music division to avoid a hostile takeover of the company. Speculation is rife that the company is considering various strategies in order to fend off the possibility…