With no shortage of buzz leading into its season premiere, thanks to months of un-spoofed political theater courtesy of the presidential race, "Saturday Night Live" returned to boosted ratings this weekend.
On the eve of his 90th birthday, George Wein took the stage Friday night (Oct. 2) at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center to play piano and sing an original blues he had written for the occasion.
On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, Keith Richards claims his highest-charting solo album ever, Judy Collins returns to the list after 33 years, and veteran vocalist Darlene Love makes her chart debut with "Introducing Darlene Love."
The Copyright Royalty Board, which is currently deliberating for webcasting rates, may have just opened up a Pandora’s box for record labels: It has posed the question to the Copyright Office if it can set different royalty rates for different music suppliers.
It was a great week on the charts if your name was Drake or Taylor Swift, but the chart-toppers still made room for other acts to break records and make moves this week. Here are 13 things you need to know about the Billboard charts this week.
The Russian government has opened a new front in its (very) nascent war against online piracy, preparing a "shame list" of local and foreign companies that place ads at web sites carrying illegitimate content.
The Madison Square Garden Co. completed its spin-off of its sports and entertainment divisions from its television network on Thursday, creating a standalone, publicly traded company from its storied sports franchises and entertainment values .