The Weinstein Co. has placed all its music and soundtracks in the hands of the company with copyrights from Pokemon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Black Eyed Peas.
Mary J. Blige was the big winner at Monday's Billboard Awards, taking home nine awards for categories including Hot 100 airplay song of the year and videoclip of the year.
Andy Partridge is looking forward to New Year's Eve so he can give the finger to 2006. The leader of genius British rock band XTC spent six months this year recuperating from a tendon tear on his…
Shirley Walker, an Emmy-winning composer who also scored more major-studio feature films than any other American woman, died of complications from a stroke early Thursday at Washoe Medical Center in…
Ronnie Lippin, who was president of the Lippin Group public relations firm after years as a leading publicist in the music industry, died Monday in Los Angeles from a rare form of breast cancer after…
Joanna Newsom anchored her 90-minute set by performing the ornate, flowing musical suite that comprises her ambitious new album "Ys," bookending it with a trio of songs from her 2004 release "The…
EMI is expected to reject a takeover bid from European private equity outfit Permira. The music conglom is thought to be holding out for a bid that would value it at about £2.8 billion ($5.5…
Taking primary talent from a movie soundtrack and announcing a tour amounts to a strange mix of synergy and grassroots marketing. And it may work.
Warner Music disappointed Wall Street on Friday when it disclosed that revenue had slid in its fiscal fourth quarter, even as the company touted its digital gains.
They trooped out in droves to Royce Hall Saturday night -- over 70 musicians in all -- to honor Kenny Burrell, the founding director of UCLA's Jazz Studies program who also happens to be one of the…
Warner Music disappointed Wall Street on Friday when it disclosed that revenue had slid in its fourth quarter, even as company touted its digital gains.
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