New Shazam Feature Tracks Artists' Tags

Shazam has announced its newest product feature, intended to prove that "the biggest the stars in the world are also the biggest fans," as the company's statement put it.
Grace Jones

Grace Jones Memoir Gets Publication Date, Cover Art

'I’ll Never Write My Memoirs,' which details her life from rooming with Jerry Hall to collaborating with Andy Warhol to appearing opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, arrives this fall.
Jimmy Iovine

Apple Music Spells Caution For Some Pandora Investors

The music business has a wait-and-see attitude about Apple Music, but investors have already started to place their bets. Shares of Internet radio company Pandora have fallen 12.2 percent since the last closing price before Apple debuted its new music streaming service on June 8.
Chris Squire of Yes performs on stage at Wembley Arena, on October 28th, 1978 in London

Yes' Chris Squire Remembered by Ex-Atlantic Records President Jerry Greenberg

Chris Squire, bassist and founding member of prog rock legends Yes, died Saturday (June 27) at age 67, following a bout with leukemia. "For the entirety of Yes' existence, Chris was the band's linchpin and, in so many ways, the glue that held it together over all these years," the band’s statement read. A chat with veteran record executive Jerry Greenberg affirms all this and more.

AC/DC Finally Heading to Spotify

AC/DC is finally heading to Spotify, three years after the veteran rock band decided to put its catalog on iTunes.
Kings of Leon

Kings of Leon Beginning Work on 7th Album

Kings of Leon are planning their new album and for it they'll return to the same Nashville neighborhood as the one they holed up in, building their own recording studio, for 2013's 'Mechanical Bull.'