Fans of the Rolling Stones no longer need to buy a ticket to see the band live in concert. For the remainder of their "A Bigger Bang" tour, fans can access a Stones' show through new technology…
Sharman Networks, partner company of the formerly dominant peer-to-peer application Kazaa, has reached a global settlement with the entertainment biz that will see it pay record companies $115…
While Duncan Sheik is spreading his wings in the musical theater with "Spring Awakening," he's sticking to one note in his concert persona. Sheik sells his music and personality as a commodity…
After weeks of EMI saying a Warner Music acquisition might still be on, it's off. In the wake of a European court two weeks ago ordering a review of the Sony BMG merger, EMI said it's calling off any…
Vivendi posted a 5.2% hike Thursday in first half-year revenues to E9.6 billion ($12.2 billion), with second-quarter revs up 4.8% to $6.2 billion.
On a slow week for music sales, the 22nd edition of the hits compilation "Now That's What I Call Music" held on to the No. 1 slot for a second sesh, selling 207,000 copies in the week ended Sunday.
Management company the Firm has taken the first step in staffing its fledgling music label, hiring Lori Rischer to oversee all radio and marketing activities for the label's artists.
In New York: "I used to be the optimistic one!" That's what Dixie Chick Natalie Maines said to me when I sat with all three Chicks -- Natalie, Martie Maguire and Emily Robison before they launched…
Troubled music company Sanctuary Group ran up losses of £26.6 million ($49 million) in the six-month period ended March 31, it said Wednesday.
The breakthrough rock act of the first half of 2006 is officially led by a rapper and a DJ. All the promise shown in Gnarls Barkley's perf at Coachella in April, weeks before its debut album was…