|Take That UK And Ireland - SOLD OUT|
All tickets for Take That's Progress reunion tour of the UK and Ireland have now sold out, according to the agencies charged with their official sale.
|Spotify Forking $60M Over To Labels|
European executives from the same major labels that have been keeping Spotify from the U.S. are singing its praises.
|'I Saw The Signing'...Ace Of Base Is Back!|
Petri H. Lundén at artist-management company Hagenburg has signed an exclusive management agreement with the third biggest Swedish pop-band ever, Ace of Base.
|The Boss Rocks Rome|
Bruce Springsteen rocked the Rome Film Festival when he showed up for the screening of a documentary on his famous 1978 album "Darkness on the Edge of Town."
|Webber Waves Goodbye To West End Theatres|
Andrew Lloyd Webber is selling four West End theatres to a consortium led by former ITV chairman Michael Grade.
|Technics SL-1200s RIP|
Electronics giant Panasonic has announced that they are planning to discontinue the line of audio products under their Technics brand, most notably the iconic line of Technics turntables.
|Sophomore Album 'White Lies' Ahead|
London’s White Lies made a major splash with their dark and enigmatic 2009 debut, To Lose My Life, and have announced their sophomore record Ritual, set to hit on January 18, 2011 via Geffen/Fiction.
|'We Love Your Songs' Here And Now|
We Love Your Songs We Love Your Songs, an internet community for unsigned musicians and music fans, has launched after a year of planning and dreaming.
|Bauer Swallows Coke...And Charges|
An American singer suspected of trying to smuggle cocaine in his stomach was detained as he tried to board a U.S.-bound flight at a Dominican airport, authorities said Tuesday.
First she sang for Pope Benedict XVI, and now British singing sensation Susan Boyle is going to perform for Prince Charles.
|American Ballet Puts Politics Aside|
American Ballet Theatre dancers promised pirouettes — not politics — during the troupe's historic visit to Cuba this week, the first by the New York-based company since shortly after Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution turned the island into a U.S. nemesis.