Faith Evans' "The First Lady" (Capitol) came within 8,000 units of dethroning 50 Cent, but the rapper's "The Massacre" holds on to No. 1 for the sixth straight week.
After four months of considering suitors, House of Blues Entertainment has decided not to sell its concert subsidiary, House of Blues Concerts. "We are constantly evaluating options to grow the House…
Kenny Barron has long been one of the few pianists capable of reconciling devoted lyricism with an unshakeable sense of fearlessness as an extemporaneous player. Whatever the context -- as borne out…
Songbird Barbara Cook opened the spring season at the Café Carlyle with a show she dubbed "a different can of peas." In her new program, under the collective banner "Tribute," Cook pays homage to the…
With the Supreme Court case on peer-to-peer file-sharing still pending, the Motion Picture Assn. of America and the Recording Industry Assn. of America have initiated a fresh round of lawsuits…
Digital music company MusicNet, the only surviving musicstore from the pre-iTunes era, has been acquired by private equity firm Baker Capital.
Everything about Garbage's new album and tour is calculated to make you think the band is baring its soul. "Bleed Like Me" de-emphasizes the studio textures of its previous albums while singer…
British record companies are celebrating a significant legal victory against pirates by stepping up their fight against illegal filesharers.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will headline Sin City's Centennial birthday bash concert skedded for July 2. The show will begin at 5 p.m. outdoors on the grounds of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors…
Fedele Confalonieri, president of Italy's La Scala orchestra, ankled Monday, as the turmoil surrounding the opera house continued.
The MPAA has found its pirates. Org is expected to reveal in a call with reporters today that it has received the names from Internet service providers of a number of individuals it believes have…