Back before her 1986 breakthrough, "Control," then-teenage Janet Jackson was still mostly known as Michael's Little Sister.
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In the turbulent waters of digital music royalties, there's uncertainty ... and there's opportunity.
A third major label group has been drawn into the fray over digital royalties, as Sister Sledge and Ronee Blakely have sued Warner Music Group, alleging they were shortchanged on payments.
The ongoing legal battle between artists and labels over digital royalties widened late last week, as two new suits alleging gross underpayments to acts were filed.
Marc Levin draws the assignment, in Martin Scorsese's "Blues" project, of finding a new way to examine the most oft-told blues story this side of the crossroads: Electric Blues 101. Story consists of…