It was a night of power speeches and power chords. On Thursday, The Recording Academy's charity division, The MusiCares Foundation, hosted the 11th Annual Map Fund Concert honoring The Who's Pete…
If anyone can lay claim to the notion that the music industry's premature death is highly exaggerated, it's Martin Kierszenbaum, CEO and president of Cherrytree Records. "It's the shorthand message…
It's not hard to find the irony when someone as private and reclusive as musician-producer Jeff Lynne is honored with a star on the Walk of Fame amongst one of the most tourist-populated streets in…
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As the Producers and Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy prepares to honor him at its annual pre-Grammy celebration, producer-songwriter-musician Nile Rodgers is both humbled and reflective…
Forty-five years after he went from being a virtual unknown to an international superstar by way of Woodstock, Carlos Santana continues to expand his horizons. "Corazon," Santana's latest album being…
For T Bone Burnett, arguably the most important record and film music producer in the entertainment industry today, the only way to move forward is to take a few steps back. Whether working in a…
Artists like the Who, James Taylor and the B-52s have turned to the Public Broadcasting System to boost their profile, and vice versa.
From the opening chords of "Get Off of My Cloud" to the ending chimes of "Satisfaction," Jagger & Co. opened the three-date U.S. leg of their mini-tour by giving the sold-out crowd a show they will…
With the record industry continuing its gradual decline, and digital downloads and commercial licensing proving ever more crucial, a number of legacy acts are heading back into the studio. But…
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