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The Growth of the Live Music Scene

Artists and records labels are nowadays focusing and dedicating their strengths in live music shows, more than anything else. Artists are signing 360 deals with their recording labels to supplement their incomes. Read More »

The Pros and Cons of Spotify: Why Century Media Seceded

At least one independent label gives Spotify the bird. Read More »

Gone But Not Forgotten: Post-Mortem Success in Music

Some people only appreciate an artist’s contribution to music after he or she has died. Why is that? Read More »

Nail In The Coffin: RIP WMG

Is the life-support plug about to be pulled on Warner Music Group? Read More »

An Interview with Peter Asher

From pop star to record producer, Peter Asher's legendary career has spanned five decades. Read More »

Book Review/Interview: Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music by Angela Myles Beeching

Empowering her readers to take the “magic wand” into their own hands, Beeching links artistic ambition with entrepreneurial opportunities. Read More »

File Sharing Marks A Great Era For Musicians And Their Fans

File sharing is the best thing to happen to musicians and music fans, since the first record was sold. Read More »

The Alchemist at Work: The Music of Martín Perna in the Digital Era

A musician and an advisor to a record label weigh in on music in the digital era. Read More »

Book Review: All You Need To Know About The Music Business, Seventh Edition by Donald S. Passman

A book that is as thoroughly entertaining as it is timely and informative about how to make it in the music industry. Read More »

The Death Of Album Art

The true cost of downloading. Read More »