Rhapsody Tops 2 Million Global Subscribers

Rhapsody Tops 2 Million Global Subscribers

Rhapsody International, working to stay relevant in a crowded market, announced Tuesday it has surpassed 2 million global subscribers to its music streaming services.
Pussy Riot Members Suing Russian Government

Pussy Riot Members Suing Russian Government

Two members of Pussy Riot are suing the Russian government in a European court for human rights violations over their arrest after the punk band's demonstration at a Moscow cathedral in 2012.
Danny Elfman adds Tim Burton dates

'Danny Elfman's Music From the Films of Tim Burton' Adds Second L.A. Show

"Danny Elfman's Music From the Films of Tim Burton" has added a second performance in Los Angeles. Elfman and the 87-piece Hollywood Studio Symphony and 45-member choir conducted by John Mauceri will perform Nov. 1 at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live, in addition to Oct. 31. They will also perform Nov. 2 at the Honda Center in Anaheim.
'Voice' Winner Tessanne Chin on Album's Quiet Release: 'We Couldn't Help That' (Q&A)

'Voice' Winner Tessanne Chin on Album's Quiet Release: 'We Couldn't Help That' (Q&A)

It's been a "whirlwind" of a year for Tessanne Chin — in December, the season-five champ of The Voice won viewers over with power ballads and reggae-rock songs while under Adam Levine's wing, breaking fellow coach Blake Shelton's three-peat winning streak, earning the first commissioned track from the show's in-house songwriter and producer, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, and previewing what could be the first major Top 40 breakout for the NBC singing show.

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