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Grammys Producer on Wrangling Rock Stars, Mass Same-Sex Wedding and What Lorde Said No To

Ken Ehrlich, who is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, opens up about 36 years of producing music's biggest night — and how MTV raised the awards show's game.

Diane Warren to Receive Leadership Award for Support of LGBTQ Community

The songwriter will be honored on September 13 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza for speaking out against bigotry and for the work of her foundation supporting music education.

Michelle Obama and Janelle Monae Team Up for Arts Education at Grammy Museum Luncheon

"We cannot be satisfied until every child has some exposure to the arts," said the First Lady.

Ron Howard to Direct Beatles Documentary

Producer Nigel Sinclair is hoping for a theatrical release for the film, which will focus on the band as a live act.

St. Paul and the Broken Bones’ Deep South Blues: Concert Review

The home-grown southern blues-soul-gospel group is shaping up as one of 2014's most impressive DIY stories.

Horace Silver, Renowned Hard Bop Jazz Pianist, Dies at 85

The opening bars to his "Song for My Father" was used by Steely Dan for their hit, "Rikki Don’t Lost That Number."

Searching for ‘Sugar Man,’ Finding Rodriguez: Concert Review

Rodriguez returns in triumph to Los Angeles, mirroring his own fame in South Africa depicted in the award-winning documentary.

Lykke Li’s Heartbreak Takes Center Stage: Concert Review

Li adds her name to a continuum that begins with the Shangri-Las and the Ronettes, pushing elements toward the light to achieve an ABBA-like brightness and elsewhere into a darkened corner of psychedelic swirls.

Simon Cowell’s Syco Developing Movies for Kids (Exclusive)

His production company has partnered with Australian animation and special effects house Animal Logic Entertainment to develop music-based films; Sony already has boarded the first project.

Relativity Acquires Stake in Downtown Records, Home to Gnarls Barkley, Santigold, Cold War Kids

Downtown Records is expected to use the capital infusion to sign new artists and acquire and market other catalogs while Relativity will push beyond its origins as a film production unit.

Prince Takes Over the ‘Arsenio Hall Show,’ Debuts New Funky Song

The "Purple Rain" singer, who was the show's only guest, talked omelets, hair peeves and launched into lengthy guitar solos.

Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas to Deliver Keynote at Film and TV Music Conference

The award-winning music supervisor will participate in a Q&A at the Billboard- and THR-sponsored event on Oct. 30.