Jazz in July, the annual summer event at the 92nd Street Y, kicked off a seven-performance series with "Somewhere -- The Songs of Leonard Bernstein," a program celebrating the legacy of showtunes…
As the clock ticks down to Friday's scoring session at Fox's Newman Scoring Stage, the 12 participants tuned up their scores at JoAnne Kane Music, a mechanics shop of music.
Former Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg is the latest music iconoclast to tinker with some creative (and cheap) digital distribution. His latest album is a 44-minute Amazon download listed as a…
Justin Timberlake has renewed his music publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group.
50 Cent has sued Taco Bell, claiming the fast-food restaurant chain is using his name without permission in advertising that asks him to call himself 99 Cent.
The British film and music industries celebrated a victory against online piracy Thursday after the government brokered a deal between rights holders and Internet service providers to help slash…
Hot on the heels of the boffo U.K. box office success of filmed musical "Mamma Mia!," a digitally remastered version of Universal Music's 1977 "Abba — The Movie" is getting a spin at U.K…
Tour Tracker, a database of concert dates, venues and artists, will go live today at AOL Music.
With his battered fedora, sad eyes and hair like a rumpled bar-nap, James McMurtry could have stepped right out of one of his songs and onto the Troubadour stage Tuesday night.
Jazz in July, the annual summer event at the 92nd Street Y, kicked off a seven performance series with a Leonard Bernstein program that celebrated the legacy of show tunes composed by the conductor…
In the quarter-century since Laurie Anderson premiered "United States," an epic performance art piece chronicling the state of the union -- and determining it to be not so great -- a good many of the…