Jem Aswad

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Jem Aswad is the former editor of Billboard.biz. He has also held senior editorial posts at Spin, MTV News, Time Out New York, ASCAP and CMJ, and has written for New York magazine, Entertainment Weekly, the Village Voice, Esquire, and other publications.

Lyor Cohen 2016

Lyor Cohen Hospitalized With Pulmonary Embolism

300 Entertainment co-founder Lyor Cohen was hospitalized after attending N.W.A's induction into the Rock Hall of Fame on Friday night, according to a dramatic post on his Snapchat account.
Lyor Cohen 2016

Lyor Cohen Hospitalized With Pulmonary Embolism

300 Entertainment co-founder Lyor Cohen was hospitalized after attending N.W.A's induction into the Rock Hall of Fame on Friday night, according to a dramatic post on his Snapchat account.
Q Prime's Burnstein and Mensch, Part 2: On Touring, The Future of Metal, Adele's Success and Why It's Okay to Not Sell Out an Arena

Q Prime's Burnstein and Mensch, Part 2: On Touring, The Future of Metal, Adele's Success and Why It's Okay to Not Sell Out an Arena

In Part 2 of what may be the most extensive interview they've ever done, Q Prime founders Cliff Burnstein and Peter Mensch -- managers of Metallica, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse and more -- talk about touring, the secondary ticket market, the future of rock and metal and why the Chili Peppers passed up millions in touring dollars.
Q Prime's Burnstein and Mensch, Part 2: On Touring, The Future of Metal, Adele's Success and Why It's Okay to Not Sell Out an Arena

Q Prime's Burnstein and Mensch, Part 2: On Touring, The Future of Metal, Adele's Success and Why It's Okay to Not Sell Out an Arena

In Part 2 of what may be the most extensive interview they've ever done, Q Prime founders Cliff Burnstein and Peter Mensch -- managers of Metallica, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse and more -- talk about touring, the secondary ticket market, the future of rock and metal and why the Chili Peppers passed up millions in touring dollars.

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