Latin music label Disa Records said Tuesday it had filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the music division of U.S. Hispanic media giant Univision Communications. Lawsuit, filed in U.S. District…
Johnny Mathis has been selected to receive the 15th annual ELLA Award by the Society of Singers at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sept.12.
The RCA Music Group apparently has decided the "American Idol" contestants are not finished with their competition. Nov. 14 has been set as the release date for debut albums of "AI5" winner Taylor…
Arthur Fogel has been named chairman of global music at Live Nation, the country's largest concert promoter. Fogel, who inked a long-term contract that extends beyond 2010, will retain his title as…
No matter how one views Ray Davies, he is often being sold short. As a songwriter, his voice is as distinctive as any in rock history and his musical source points are about as un-rock 'n' roll as…
Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) made sure the Senate telecom bill, currently awaiting a floor vote, contained a provision mandating the audio flag, an antipiracy technology for which the…
The EMI-Warner merger that was beginning to look like "Edgar: The Sequel" -- or maybe "Edgar: Part Seven" -- could get stuck in development.
Pop and R&B star Usher comes to Broadway Aug. 22, stepping into "Chicago" as lawyer Billy Flynn.
Grammy-winning songstress Alicia Keys and producing partner-manager Jeff Robinson have signed a multiyear first-look film production deal at Disney.
In a stinging blow to the music industry, a European Union court has sent Sony and Bertelsmann back to the drawing board to rework the Sony BMG merger.
Nearly three years after his death, Johnny Cash is back at No. 1 for the first time in 37 years. "American V: A Hundred Highways," a collection of recordings made immediately after he finished…