Music

Tunefest to TV?

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Now in its 10th edition, the MusiCares person of the year dinner has never been televised despite bringing together some of the music world's biggest stars performing legendary music. That might…

Made for these times

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Musically, last year was defined by a handful of events -- Usher's 8 million sold, the passing of Ray Charles, Green Day's punk opera -- but for many pop aficionados, a holy grail of the 1960s was…

TV fine-tunes disc sales

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What once was considered selling out for musical acts is now just considered good business. Even the most credibility-minded musicians are appearing on TV shows "The O.C.," "Las Vegas" and "Gilmore…

Launch pad

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The opening of this year's Grammy telecast will be significantly different from the first two kudosfests under Neil Portnow's purview, but the ultimate effect may be similar.

Star light

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February 2004 was a bonanza month at musicstores: the week of Valentine's Day posted a sales record; Norah Jones sold a million copies of "Feels Like Home" in five days; the Grammys delivered a nice…

Bulking up the bash

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Taking a cue from the Oscars and the Governors Ball, this year's post-Grammy bash is being moved to the Convention Center from the Biltmore Hotel to accommodate an extra 2,500 guests.

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