Like many forces of nature, John Fogerty only emerges once in a blue moon, and leaves an impression on everything he touches. Fogerty's first Gotham perf in several years also benefited from the…
Music editor Dan Carlin, chair of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, has been named executive director of the Henry Mancini Institute.
The White Stripes claimed they made "Elephant" using only equipment available before 1963; Guy Blakeslee, who records under the name Entrance (pronounced like you're walking into a room, not falling…
Korda Marshall has been appointed managing director of Warner Bros UK.
Rapper-actor Pras is putting a biopic of legendary street hustler and author Robert "Iceberg Slim" Beck back on the streets. The feature adaptation of Beck's 1969 book "Pimp: The Story of My Life"…
R&B sensation Usher and rap funksters OutKast won triple honors Sunday at the American Music Awards, and Usher had a shot at collecting all of his show-leading four nominations.
The shock of Ornette Coleman's harmolodic free-jazz concepts -- a style that fractured the jazz world 45 years ago -- is gone, although his musical constructions continue to amaze. He still takes his…
Bands from two disparate heavy metal camps -- the old-school metal of Texas quartet Damageplan and the modern "nu metal" of Massachusetts-based Shadows Fall -- displayed notable technical ability…
The Ambassador Hotel will host film production for Millennium Films' "The Tenants," starring Snoop Dogg and Dylan McDermott. Pic, an adaptation of the 1971 Bernard Malamud novel, is scripted by David…
Millions of Americans tune in to "American Idol." Telemundo is betting the country's Spanish speakers will be similarly hooked with "Nuevas voces de America" (New Voices of America).