Michael Brecker was an original – a player you looked to for a clear view of the future. His influence and grasp of varying genres was way beyond jazz.
Digital Music News has been running a series of informative 'how to' contract guides written by attorney and legal author Steve Gordon. We have included this one on sync contracts, and provide links to the ongoing series.
Tuesday's FYI included a guest column by Annie Lin discussing the difficulties in identifying song owners in the US as no single comprehensive database of song ownership metadata exists. The same is not true in Canada, however, as CMRRA VP Margaret McGuffin clearly points out.
Larry Sarbit on the success of Sirius/XM over the years: "I think it’s the unique content (available on SiriusXM) and people aren’t afraid to pay for it."
Given the day or the week, Bob Lefsetz can be an annoyance, a whinger, windbag, prescient, informative, humorous, contradictory—and ever opinionated.
Recently, graduates from Harris have contributed to the #1 Billboard hits "Roar" by Katy Perry, "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus, "Earned It" by The Weeknd, the soundtrack for Fifty Shades of Grey and the music for the Mad Max trailer.
Stacey has all the personality of ten Bette Midlers, a commanding stage presence, big humour, and a tremendous set of pipes — which brings me to America’s Got No Talent!...
Charles Adler is leaving The 'Peg and heading for the wet coast where the old fox can fan his extensive wardrobe of blue suits and live the life of Brian as he learns to eat sushi.
If the industry hopes to restore growth and fix the problems with today’s streaming models, it needs to confront its evolution.
All you need to do is to stop making all the time-sucking mistakes and spend quality time focusing on the few things that really matter.
CaneFire is a riot of music incorporating Carib and Latin rhytms that classically trained Ledbetter absorbed from his travels through Trinidad, Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil.
Bill King has been shooting concert photographs a good 30 years and he's seen the special relationship in good times and bad times. Here, he and a host of professional photographers discuss how things are going from bad to worse.