The Billboard Q&A: Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams' music is often overshadowed by his eccentric behavior and the pure volume of his recorded output. But on "Cardinology," released Oct. 28 via Lost Highway, his songs are the real story, not Adams himself.

Hardcore Heroes Reuniting For Book Party

A host of influential Midwestern hardcore bands will return to the stage next spring in Chicago in celebration of the scene-chronicling book "Burning Fight: The Nineties Hardcore Revolution in Ethics, Politics, Spirit and Sound."

Sarah Brightman Goes Holiday ‘Crazy’

Sarah Brightman says life is "completely crazy at the moment," and with a new holiday album, a tour and her debut film role, who's going to doubt her?

Randy Newman Scraps European Tour

Randy Newman is postponing his 18-date European tour.

Ginuwine Preps New Album For 2009

Ginuwine is set to return in the first quarter 2009 with a new single and album. The as-yet-untitled project will be released by Notifi Records, with distribution through Warner Bros. Notifi is headed by CEO Ira Dewitt.

Foos, QOTSA Rock Blackberry Launch Party

The Foo Fighters brought their arena rock show to a much smaller stage last night (Oct. 29) at the 1,400-capacity Avalon in Los Angeles, during a private concert with Queens Of The Stone Age to help promote Blackberry's first touch-screen phone, the Storm.

T.I. Continues Hot 100 Dominance

T.I. remains the most dominant force on the Billboard Hot 100, as "Whatever You Like" is No. 1 for a seventh non-consecutive week and "Live You Life" featuring Rihanna is No. 2 and is the greatest airplay gainer.

Lebron James, Jay-Z Rally For Obama

On his home court, LeBron James tried to swing some votes toward a guy who loves to play basketball nearly as much as he does. The NBA superstar hosted a free concert last night (Oct. 29) by Grammy-winning hip hop star Jay-Z for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

The Beatles Take Video Game Plunge

Music from the Beatles is coming to video games ... but not to "Rock Band." MTV Networks and Harmonix -- the game developer behind the popular "Rock Band" franchise -- together with the Beatles' Apple Corps Ltd., are developing an entirely new interactive music game based solely and exclusively on the entire Beatles catalog.

Neil Young Pulls Show In Support Of Strikers

Neil Young's concert tonight (Oct. 30) at the Los Angeles Forum has been canceled at the request of the artist.

« Previous PageNext Page »