Taylor Swift's teen-friendly brand of country-pop made her the most played artist on U.S. radio in 2009, according to figures from Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.
The music biz may be undergoing drastic shifts, but music still sells.
The Recording Academy is partnering with EMI Music for this year's star-studded benefit compilation, "2010 Grammy Nominees," out Jan. 19.
Cheap Trick has been announced as the first headlining attraction at the 2010 South by Southwest Music Festival.
Producer-arranger Willie Mitchell, the architect of a string of R&B hits by Al Green, Ann Peebles, and other Hi Records stars, died Tuesday in a Memphis hospital. He was 81.
U2 predictably led the field as the top-grossing North American touring act of 2009, according to figures released by concert tracker Pollstar.
For a fifth week, Scottish thrush Susan Boyle holds the musical competition at bay.
Attempting to head scalpers off at the pass, Ticketmaster sold more than 1 million paperless tickets in 2009, the company said Tuesday.
Vic Chesnutt, the paraplegic singer-songwriter whose dark, candid songs dealt with human frailty and mortality, died Friday in Athens, GA. He was 45.
Scottish vocal sensation Susan Boyle continues her stay at the top of the U.S. album chart, as her debut "I Dreamed a Dream" marks its fourth straight week at No. 1.