The story of John Lennon is headed for the big screen with "Nowhere Boy," a biopic that will be directed by visual artist Sam Taylor-Wood.
Kid Rock's latest album "Rock'n'Roll Jesus" and its single "All Summer Long" have been two of the biggest hits of the summer. But it's happened without either being available for download via Apple's iTunes Music Store in the United States.
Queen + Paul Rodgers have set an Oct. 28 U.S. release date for "The Cosmos Rocks," the band's first new album since 1995 and its first since Rodgers stepped in for the late Freddie Mercury in 2004.
Rapper DMX pleaded guilty to trying to buy cocaine and marijuana in Miami and was awaiting extradition to Arizona on outstanding drug charges there, his lawyer said yesterday (Aug. 28).
Canadian indie rock act Metric has re-upped with Last Gang Records and publisher Chrysalis Music for its next album, a release date for which has yet to be announced.
A year after country group Little Big Town released its third album, "A Place to Land," via Nashville-based independent Equity Music Group, the set will be re-released with four additional cuts and new artwork Oct. 14 on Capitol Nashville.
The Cure's long-in-the-works new album, "4:13 Dream," is slated for an Oct. 14 U.S. release via Suretone/Geffen.
The old clich�� "slow and steady wins the race" doesn't apply as often as it used to in the music biz, but emo/power-pop outfit Mayday Parade proves the formula still works.
Michael Jackson celebrated his 50th birthday today (Aug. 29), but he's still young at heart.
Rapper T.I. pronounced himself "ecstatic" and "overjoyed" after setting a record for the biggest jump to top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart with "Whatever You Like," the first single from his upcoming Grand Hustle/Atlantic album, "Paper Trail."