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Scott Weiland preps clothing line

Scott Weiland, former front man for Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, is launching a clothing line.

Biggest Grammy ad campaign launches

The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences on Monday launches the biggest advertising campaign in the organization's history for the 51st annual Grammy Awards.

BritBus is back for fifth go-round

BritBus, a sponsored tour by established U.K. musicians, announced Monday that it is returning for its fifth year in 2009.

EMI unveils ‘Tap Tap Dance’ for iPhone

EMI Music is the first major label to line up multiple artists for the popular game "Tap Tap" on the iPhone. It's a move likely to be followed by the other three majors. On Thursday, EMI Music announced a new version of the series of music-rhythm games called "Tap Tap Dance."

Fall Out Boy teams with Fuse for ‘Folie’

To promote its new album "Folie a Deux," Fall Out Boy will perform at the Chicago Theatre on Dec. 2. The performance will then be broadcast exclusively on Fuse on Dec. 16, the day the album is released.

Gap launches ‘Merry Mix It’ campaign

Atlantic artists Flo Rida, Trey Songz and Janelle Monáe will be the face of an upcoming Gap holiday campaign.

MySpace aims ad service at bands

MySpace will announce today that its MyAds program is available to the public.

Prince’s London shows chronicled in book

Prince's 2007 run of 21 shows at London's 02 Arena is chronicled in the appropriately named coffee table photo book "21 Nights," due Sept. 30 via Atria Books.

Cosmopolitan launches YouTube talent show

Hearst Magazine's Cosmopolitan has launched a talent show competition via YouTube, dubbed StarLaunch.

Dr. Dre cognac on order

Details of the first alcoholic drinks from Dr. Dre and Interscope Geffen A&M Records joint venture with beverage company Drinks Americas have begun to emerge.

Three artists chewing on updated gum jingles

Wrigley's is turning to contemporary artists Ne-Yo, Chris Brown and Julianne Hough to remix its signature gum jingles.

Zune, New Era launching webisodes

Microsoft's Zune, as part of a marketing campaign with hat manufacturer New Era, will be releasing a series of webisodes featuring artists such as Nelly, Linkin Park and N.E.R.D.