Stung by continuing criticism, Sony BMG promised Friday to temporarily suspend making music CDs with antipiracy technology that can leave computers vulnerable to hackers.
Though he died seven years ago, Frank Sinatra will return to the scene of his first major European triumph, the London Palladium, next March.
Warner Music Group has jumped into the digital label arena, with one of its legendary execs overseeing the imprint. Aim of Cordless Recordings is to discover and develop new recording artists…
Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Johnny Depp are up for People's Choice Awards this year. Jolie, Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman will vie for the favorite female movie star nod; Depp, Nicolas Cage and…
"Now! That's What I Call Music Vol. 20" sold 378,000 copies in its first week, landing at No. 1 ahead of new releases from Santana and Third Day, and Blink-182's greatest hits.
A distinctive group of European musicians is celebrating the life and legacy of legendary Belgian-born Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, who died in 1953. Violinist Pierre Blanchard and guitarist…
The dissolution of Phish left a goodly portion of jam band nation with feelings of loss and lack of direction -- and prompted outsiders to wonder which band would be the lucky recipient of the…
Televisa, Mexico's No. 1 net, on Tuesday announced the launch of Latin America's first online musicstore with the backing of Universal Music, Sony BMG, Warner Music and EMI.
"Hot Feet," a new tuner featuring music and lyrics by Maurice White of Earth, Wind and Fire, dances onto Broadway April 15 for an April 30 opening. Show will feature original songs as well as past…
John Lennon's solo catalog will be made available digitally next month, making his the first complete body of work from any of the Beatles to be available online.