|Brian Wilson Cancels Tour Dates, Returns To Studio|
Brian Wilson has to postpone three dates on his Scandinavian tour this September because of studio commitments.
|'Love Never Dies'...Except In London|
Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to the hit musical "The Phantom of the Opera" will close in August.
|Legendary Juan Luis Guerra To Make London Debut|
Dominican music legend Juan Luis Guerra is known for his Latin grooves, but he counts the Beatles as one of the primary influences on his signature sound.
|EMI Considers Sale Or IPO|
Struggling British music company EMI Group Ltd. says it is exploring the possibility of a sale or an initial public offering.
|Dylan Plays 'Bizarre' Tel Aviv Show|
Legendary rocker Bob Dylan has played a much-awaited concert in Tel Aviv, reprising his famous hits but disappointing thousands of fans by not addressing them.
|London-Based Management Shop Zefyr Music Launches|
Florian David, formerly the International Vice President of CARMA International has left his position to launch a new music management venture Zefyr Music Ltd.
|Big Day Out To Return In 2012|
After some doubt about the future of Big Day Out, organizers for the popular festival revealed that it will return for 2012 and remain in New Zealand, but that they may look for new digs.
|Jermaine Jackson To Perform At Michael Jackson Tribute In Paris|
On June 25th, Jermaine Jackson will be in Paris to perform at Generation Moonwalk, a tribute show to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
|Shazam Secures $32m In Funding, Plans Expansion|
Music recognition app Shazam has raised $32 million in new funding to expand the company and move it towards an IPO.
|'Lady Blunt' Fetches $16m For Japanese Disaster Relief|
A Japanese music foundation has sold a renowned Stradivarius violin for $16 million at a London auction to raise money for tsunami disaster relief.
|Lady Gaga On Japan: It's Safe, Food's Great|
Lady Gaga says that if you want to help Japan recover from its tsunami disaster, come visit.
|Susan Boyle - The Musical!|
Producers say the spectacular rise to fame of singer Susan Boyle is being turned into a stage musical that will tour Britain, the U.S. and Australia.