Pink leads the Hot Tours tally (see below) dated Nov. 17, 2018, with reports from the Oceania leg of the Beautiful Trauma World Tour. The enduring diva headed to Australia and New Zealand over the summer and grossed a staggering $80.4 million from 42 shows, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.
Today (Nov. 16), AEG Europe announced the appointments of John Langford as COO, Paul Reeve as CFO and Emma Brownes has been promoted to the newly created role of vp of programming across AEG’s European venue portfolio.
After walking away from Island Records earlier this month, Iggy Azalea has quickly rebounded with a new lucrative deal. On Thursday (Nov. 15), Azalea doubled down on her claims about securing a new deal on Twitter, revealing that she signed for $2.7 million.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund Limited, the music IP investment company set up by former Beyoncé manager Merck Mercuriadis, has acquired a 100 percent stake in the catalog of frequent Justin Bieber collaborator Jason Boyd, better known as Poo Bear.
With so many notable New York-based, indie rock-focused labels turning a decade old within the last year, it begs the question -- particularly for those smaller, boutique indie labels -- what was going on ten years ago?
Sonos on Thursday reported a loss of $1.7 million in its fiscal fourth quarter. The Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company said it had a loss of 2 cents per share during its first quarter as a public company.