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  • Marc Anthony y Carlos Vives en Orlando el 1 de octubre

    Marc Anthony y Carlos Vives en Orlando el 1 de octubre
    El estilo único del colombiano Carlos Vives se mezclará con el del puertorriqueño Marc Anthony en una gira por Estados Unidos y Canadá a partir de septiembre, y que tendrá una parada en Orlando el próximo 1 de octubre. Marc Anthony acudió a la rueda...
  • Unido2: Carlos Vives y Marc Anthony anuncian gira conjunta por Estados Unidos

    Unido2: Carlos Vives y Marc Anthony anuncian gira conjunta por Estados Unidos
    El cantante colombiano Carlos Vives y el salsero de origen puertorriqueño Marc Anthony anunciaron hoy en Miami una gira conjunta por Estados Unidos y Canadá. Marc Anthony acudió a la rueda de prensa luciendo un atuendo casual y con sandalias de...
  • 2014 music business flat as streaming offset CD sales drop

    The U.S. retail music business was essentially flat in 2014 as growth in streaming revenue helped offset further decline in sales of CDs, a report from the Recording Industry Association of America said Wednesday. Overall, retail revenue declined about...
  • Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit

    Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit
    There was something peculiarly endearing about an audience of pop music geeks cheering the details of Saturday night’s sold-out benefit performance of the Beatles’ "White Album" in its entirety at Glendale’s Alex Theatre. Where else...
  • Friday is now the global release day for new music

    Friday is now the global release day for new music
    Gone are the days of going to the record store on a Tuesday to pick up a new album. The record industry just adopted Friday as the new global release day for music. While the shift to Friday has long been discussed, the International Federation of the...
  • Pharrell Williams had a very 'Happy,' successful and stylish 2014

    Pharrell Williams had a very 'Happy,' successful and stylish 2014
    It's hard to imagine many people who've had as productive a year as Pharrell Williams, the singer, producer, actor, designer and trendsetting fashion plate who could take home multiple awards at Sunday's Grammys, where he is nominated in six categories....
  • Garth Brooks again surpasses Elvis as U.S. solo sales champ

    Garth Brooks again surpasses Elvis as U.S. solo sales champ
    Garth Brooks has once again pushed past Elvis Presley to take back the title of solo artist who has sold more albums than any other in U.S. history, according to the Recording Industry Assn. of America. Brooks’ comeback album “Man Against...
  • Garth Brooks makes 'Today' show history -- on Elvis' birthday

    Garth Brooks makes 'Today' show history -- on Elvis' birthday
    Garth Brooks is once again doing what Garth Brooks does — making history, and this time he’s done it on Elvis Presley’s birthday. Brooks’ becomes the first guest in the 62-year history of NBC’s “Today” show to...
  • Harrisburg Outdoor show features country music

    Harrisburg Outdoor show features country music
    For some reason, country music and the outdoors go hand-in-hand. The National Rifle Association announced last week that country star Lee Brice and Thompson Square will perform at the 2015 Great American Outdoor Show at the Farm Show Complex in...
  • Taylor Swift's '1989' Easily Shakes Off Competition on U.S. Album Charts

    Taylor Swift's "1989" - the singer's third consecutive album to sell more than 1 million copies its opening week -- predictably dwarfed all comers in its record-breaking first week on sale. According to Nielsen SoundScan data for the week ending Nov. 2,...
  • Record Labels Win Key Ruling Over Sirius XM's Airplay of Pre-1972 Songs

    A California state judge has ruled in favor of the record industry's suit to secure compensation for pre-1972 recordings from services like SiriusXM and Pandora. The ruling was isued Tuesday by Judge Mary Strobel, a year after a group of independent...