More than a week after the controversy started, organizers have finally released a statement to the press, distancing itself from brouhaha, not mentioning the name Trump anywhere in the document and stating the show will go on.
The Kobalt Music Group has signed on to serve as global administrator for Blue Mountain Music, which includes the complete works of Bob Marley. That and other moves highlight this week's installment of Publishing Briefs.
Lady Gaga tried to show her support for Chicago's Gay Pride festivities on Sunday by posting an Instagram picture of her overlooking what she thought was the parade -- but was in fact the the Chicago Mariachi and Folklórico Festival.
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, 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.