"It's nice to know that the music I worked so hard on is being listened to. My family was great. Everywhere we would go, they were like, 'This is Emily, a Grammy-nominated artist.' Now I'm ready to…
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One day, Nielsen will know what you like before you do. The Nielsen Co. has made an investment in NeuroFocus, which applies brainwave research to advertising, programming and messaging.
Pop star Amy Winehouse has been granted a visa by the U.S. State Department just days after the U.S. denied the embattled singer entry.
Clive Davis has picked Leona Lewis as the special new artist at his annual Pre-Grammy Party. Previous honorees include Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood, Alicia Keys, and Jennifer Hudson.
Martin Scorsese, Steve Bing's Shangri-La Entertainment and international sales agent Fortissimo Films will reteam for the helmer's next musically themed effort -- a yet-to-be-titled documentary about…
The album of the year category has rarely looked so divergent. There's country, jazz, hip-hop, rock and pop; two acts with double-digit Grammy wins and a rookie; two albums that have sold more than…
AFTRA has reached a tentative agreement with the recording industry on the Sound Recordings Code that covers royalty artists and session singers.
When "American Idol" contestant Eliott Yamin released his eponymous debut disc last March, it sold more than 92,000 copies in its first week. It also was the third-bestselling album in the U.S. that…
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