Andy Gensler

Billboard.biz Contributing Editor

Billboard.biz contributing editor Andy Gensler is a writer, editor and enthusiastic dancer who has worked at and written for the New York Times, Rolling Stone and Spin. He co-founded the Mishpucha music collective and the No Dancing Allowed political organization fighting NYC's restrictive cabaret laws. He also edited the Daily Swarm and played guitar in the Homefries, an eclectic folk-metal-country-gypsy-punk band. 

Robert Plant Today Joins The World of Social Media

Robert Plant Today Joins The World of Social Media

Robert Plant, the legendary singer of Led Zeppelin who’s recently been tearing up the live circuit with his solo shows, is today entering the world of social media via Twitter, Instagram and Google Plus.
Morning Fix: Apple iTunes Store Breaks Sales Records; Russell Simmons, Steve Rifkind Launch All Def Music Label; James Murphy on His New Sound System; Way More

Morning Fix: Apple iTunes Store Breaks Sales Records; Russell Simmons, Steve Rifkind Launch All Def Music Label; James Murphy on His New Sound System; Way More

In today's Fix: Apple iTunes store's record Q3 billings; Russell Simmons, Steve Rifkind, Brian Robbins launch All Def Music through Universal; James Murphy Q&A on his new (McIntosh) soundsystem, Arcade Fire, music biz; Aimee Mann's digital copyright lawsuit; Glassnote's London office; Rdio partners with Live Nation; Gavin DeGraw signs with Kobalt; Krewella's social strategy; FLA boycotts; way more.
Morning Fix: Beats' Daisy Seeks Carrier Partner; Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta' Sales Forecast; SiriusXM Surpasses 25 Mil. Subs; Randy Travis Hospitalized; Way More

Morning Fix: Beats' Daisy Seeks Carrier Partner; Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta' Sales Forecast; SiriusXM Surpasses 25 Mil. Subs; Randy Travis Hospitalized; Way More

In today's Fix: Beats Electronics Daisy music streaming service is seeking out carrier partners; Jay-Z's "Magna Carta Holy Grail" could sell some 400K this week; Sirius surpasses 25 million subs; Randy Travis hospitalized; Essence Fest's record-setting year; Hulu bidding in homestretch; 3 strikes out in France; L.A. gets it own domain; Village Voice gets new editor; Death Grips gets new label deal; way more.

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