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AEG Facilities Gets Final Approval To Operate Wembley

U.S. live event giant AEG Live's bid to take over management of the Wembley Arena has been cleared by Britain's Competition Commission.

Malaysia Bars US Band's Show Over Muslim Criticism

Muslim-majority Malaysia has barred a performance by American metal band Lamb of God after Islamic officials accused the Grammy-nominated group's work of being blasphemous.

Lady Gaga Debuts ARTPOP At iTunes Festival

With flying pigs and wigs, Lady Gaga debuted her "ARTPOP" songs at the iTunes Festival.

Big In Japan: American Chris Hart Finds J-Pop Home

Leaving San Francisco, singer Chris Hart has made himself at home in "J-pop."

How Streaming Affects Music Revenue Growth

The Dutch music industry trade body the NVPI has announced that recorded music revenues were up by 1.9% in the first half of 2013.

21 Months Prison For 2 Tunisian Rappers

The defense lawyer for two Tunisian rappers says his clients were convicted in absentia and sentenced to 21 months in prison for a song criticizing police at a concert.

Argentine Opera Singer Dies After Stroke On Stage

A promising Argentine opera singer suffered a stroke on stage while singing Giuseppe Verdi's "Requiem" and died two days later. Florencia Fabris, 38, was buried Tuesday.

Rock Star Joins Protest Against Japan Dolphin Hunt

Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum was in a remote Japanese fishing village Monday to protest against its annual dolphin hunt.

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