From a brash New Orleans teenager with a heavy, thumping piano style, Harry Connick Jr. has evolved over two decades into a multiple-threat entertainer. Besides playing the piano, he sings, he…
Remember back in the wake of 9/11, when a number of pundits pronounced the end of irony? The last 2½ years have made those decrees seem a tad, shall we say, premature. Irony has returned with a…
Cable web HDNet will telecast performances from the summer concert series at Central Park SummerStage Sundays at 9 p.m.
With the threesome of Boz Scaggs, Cassandra Wilson and Eliane Elias, Jazz at the Bowl tried out the eclectic programming philosophy of its June cousin, the Playboy Jazz Festival. It isn't worth the…
Jerry Goldsmith, an Oscar and multiple Emmy winner, and one of the most respected composers in film, died July 21 at his home in Beverly Hills after a long battle with cancer. He was 75.
Apple has finally agreed terms with European indie record labels to sell their repertoire on its iTunes music store.
Illegal music sales accounted for $4.5 billion last year, the Intl. Federation of the Phonographic Industry said Thursday.
Michael Moore, get your pipes in tune. The chairman and CEO of Planet Hollywood, which expects to take over the Aladdin Resort in Las Vegas in September, wants to take up Moore on his offer to sing…
"Seen any good movies lately?," Linda Ronstadt asked immediately after opening her Universal show with "What's New." The response was an ovation that lasted nearly a minute, which must have put…
Still strumming his six-string but finding new fans in the country arena, Jimmy Buffett registered his first No. 1 album, 30 years after he debuted on the album chart.
Independent music producers have described as "fundamentally flawed" the European Commission's decision to clear the merger between Sony and Bertelsmann's music divisions.