World famous jazz club Ronnie Scott's has closed its doors for the first time in its history as its new owner totally refurbishes the central London venue.
Jordan Schur, president of Geffen Records for more than six years, and Interscope Records have entered into a joint venture, Suretone Records, giving Schur a chance to return to his roots running a…
Finding people who say they love jazz is relatively easy. Assembling a jazz kudocast with international TV outlets takes a little more time.
Network Live, a joint venture of AOL, XM and concert promoter AEG, has created a platform for emerging acts that will launch at the SXSW Music Festival this week.
It's rare that on a film fest's opening night - one which manages to draw showbiz types including Matthew McConaughey, Richard Linklater, John Sayles and Lawrence Kasdan - an emcee would point out…
While top North American film fests from Sundance to Toronto rely on high-profile world preems to keep up their reputations (and balance their ledgers), other fests, such as Telluride, try to steal…
Matthew Sweet and Bangles centerpiece Susanna Hoffs, whether embarking on a significant project or dabbling in a frothy exercise, possess the smarts to surround themselves with ace musicians and…
In New York: So there I was, sipping a soda at Bar Centrale, having just seen the fabulous re-do of "The Pajama Game," starring handsome Harry Connick Jr., gorgeous Kelli O'Hara and the warm and…
After extracting millions in settlements from record labels, New York state Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is turning his firepower on the radio biz.
Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard" will be semi-staged at the Hollywood Bowl with the score performed by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra as part of John Mauceri's 16th and final season at the helm of the…
Ne-Yo's "In My Own Words" posted the biggest sales week of the year, selling 301,000 copies in its debut sesh, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It was the biggest sales week for a rookie act since…