This is the first half of the nominations list for the 48th annual Grammy awards. Awards will be presented Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles.
This is the second half of the nominations list for the 48th annual Grammy awards. Awards will be presented Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles.
Holiday shoppers continued to believe in the gift of "Now! That's What I Call Music Vol. 20," returning the album to the top of the nation's sales chart for the week ended Sunday.
Patti Smith's "Horses" -- which became the first major-label punk-rock album when Arista unleashed it in 1975 -- not only helped spread the gospel of Bowery art-punk around the world, it set the tone…
Hard as it is to recall, long before the klieg lights of "Star Wars," "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial," "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and the Boston Pops made John Williams a household name, there was Johnny…
EMI is expanding a partnership with T-Mobile that will make material from thousands of artists available for download to mobile phones across the U.K. and the European continent. Pact will include…
By producer George Stevens Jr.'s estimation, the lineup for Sunday's 28th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C., was the most diverse ever.
Kanye West's "Late Registration" (Roc-A-Fella/Island Def Jam) is complex, impassioned, occasionally muddled and, most of all, ambitious.
One of the delights of "Get Away From Me," Nellie McKay's 2004 debut, was the fact that the album's sophisticated, witty songs -- which ran the Great American Songbook through a modern pop…
Just two days after Charlie Walk was named president of Epic Records, the Los Angeles Times has uncovered evidence that suggests Walk and his boss, Don Ienner, were aware of payola practices at Sony…