There's a reason Tim McGraw has scored more than 50 top 10 hits on Billboard's Country Airplay chart during the last 20 years: As a song interpreter, the superstar has an unerring sense for what kind of material suits his reedy Louisiana twang and tough-yet-vulnerable brand of country.
"Occasionally, our artist focus puts us in the crosshairs of influential trade industry groups and their corporate members." The Future of Music Coalition responds to an op-ed published last week by the Nat'l Music Publishers Assoc.'s David Israelite.
Childish Gambino (you might also know him as Community's Donald Glover) sat down with Hot 97's Peter Rosenberg on Monday night at the Grammy Museum's Clive Davis Theatre in downtown L.A. to talk about his burgeoning music career and perform a short set for the intimate crowd, including his just-released song "Sober."
Whitney Houston's longtime friend and producer, Clive Davis, announced on Tuesday on 'Today' that Legacy Records will release the late singer's first live album, 'Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances,' by the end of 2014.
It’s all about firsts these days for Jeremy Loops. The South African singer-songwriter is getting ready to release his debut album 'Trading Change' and just shared his first U.S. single, the rollicking, harmonica-laced “Sinner.”
If bricks-and-mortar retailers were already feeling put out by U2’s ground-breaking decision to give away their new studio album 'Songs of Innocence' to 500 million iTunes customers last week, their mood is not likely to improve in the light of new figures from the U.K.'s Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA).