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Over 200 Artists Support ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal


The music industry was shocked when a court ruled ‘Blurred Lines’ violated copyright law and awarded a huge settlement against its creators.  The ruling paved the way for more...

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Rudy Van Gelder, Audio Engineer Who Helped Define Sound of Jazz on Record, Dies at 91


  Rudy Van Gelder, an audio engineer whose work with Miles Davis, John Coltrane and numerous other musicians helped define the sound of jazz on record, died on Thursday...

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What makes a city great? – Inc Magazine


“Think about it? What makes a city great, is often times, its music scene. The corner pub and its popular Friday night live music feature is very much the...

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The Monterey Symphony Announces its 71st season, entitled “Shakespeare in Music”


The Monterey Symphony has announced that its 71st season, entitled “Shakespeare in Music,” will feature four eclectic chamber concerts, including two in October and a Christmas concert in December, (each at...

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100 Most Visited Music Venues in United States


Where did you attend your first concert? Mine was at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. It was Counting Crows touring their second album, and for every detail that...

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‘Story Of My Life,’ One Direction’s Bass Player Speaks To Next Generation Of The Music Industry


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Students from Guildford’s Academy Of Contemporary Music (ACM) were recently treated to a masterclass from One Direction’s live bassist Sandy Beales. The lecture covered...

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Sounds of the City


Sounds of the City! A complete resource for music fans to get up-to-the-minute news about local music including favorite bands, new songs and albums, and their favorite bands and...

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