The murder conviction and prison sentence of “wall of sound” music producer Phil Spector for the 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson were upheld by a California appeals court.
“Top of the Lake” is every bit as harsh, eccentric and spellbinding as G.J., the witch-haired mystic-feminist that Holly Hunter plays in it.
Pop singer Darlene Love and the vocal group the Ronettes have again sued producer Phil Spector , who’s in prison in California for murder, for unpaid royalties on songs recorded in the 1960s.
The U.S. dropped the biggest prosecution of individuals accused of foreign bribery after two trials in the case ended with three acquittals and seven mistrials.
Kyle Knall is a chef with two main things going for him, apart from the small matter of big talent.
The world is drowning in celebrity culture, says artist John Squire.
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov was found guilty of two counts of stealing the firm’s trade secrets by appropriating part of a high-frequency computer source code.
When a knife-wielding madman broke into George Harrison’s country mansion in 1999, the spiritual Beatle who melded sitar with psychedelia responded with a chant.
Arcade Fire’s ambitious “Reflektor” sounds like it should come with a sticker: “Caution advised, double heavy-concept album.”
"My hair is an homage to Jimi Hendrix, who suffered."
- Phil Spector on Mar 17, 2013