A U.S. District Court judge has returned the rights to four classic Funkadelic albums to George Clinton who produced and recorded the discs.
Jonathan Platt, Jonathan Miller and Martin Shore have created Social Capital Entertainment as a one-stop shop for music supervision, clearance and publishing administration.
Following an extensive U.S. tour, "Something Wonderful" -- a celebration of songs by Richard Rodgers -- nestled for an evening at Town Hall that boasted a soothing blend of sentiment and wit. An…
Demand for tickets for the U.K. leg of Bob Geldof's Live 8 free concerts proved colossal when they went up for grabs in a text message lottery Monday.
The Mars Volta offerred sprawling, epic compositions mostly culled from their recent Universal album, "Francis the Mute," on their one night at the Greek. They play music like no one else at their…
Univision Radio, a division of Spanish-lingo media group Univision Communications, has launched La Kalle 105.9/92.7 FM, a youth-targeted Spanish-language radio station.
After launching DVD series "The Directors Label" --featuring collected odds and ends by hip helmers Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze and Chris Cunningham -- Chris Blackwell's Palm Pictures will bow further…
MTV Networks will launch Tempo, focused on Caribbean music and culture, across the Caribbean in October.
Sony BMG has named Bertelsmann exec Edgar Berger prexy of Sony BMG Germany.
Zomba Music Publishing prexy Richard Blackstone has officially ankled and taken up new residence as topper of Warner/Chappell Music, the second-largest music publisher in the world and a division of…
Rock reigned supreme for yet another week on the nation's sales chart as Audioslave's second album, "Out of Exile" (Interscope/Epic), entered at No. 1, selling 263,000 discs in the week ended Sunday…