|BDO Cuts A Day In Sydney|
Organizers for Australia's touring Big Day Out Festival have announced that they are trimming one day off of the Sydney installment of the popular event.
|Stars Come Out For Timberlake At iTunes Festival|
A host of stars turned out to experience Justin Timberlake's headline gig at the iTunes Festival in London.
|Visa Woes Derail Some Tricky Dates|
Trip-hop producer and performer Tricky has been forced to cancel or reschedule some of the dates on his US tour due to visa problems.
|CEO Leaves Warner UK Successor Named|
Warner Music Group has announced that Christian Tattersfield will step down from his role as CEO, Warner Music UK and co-chairman, Warner Bros. Records UK in February 2014 and that Max Lousada, chairman of Atlantic Records UK, has been named his successor
|Lostprophets Splits In Wake Of Sex Charges|
British rock group Lostprophets has announced it is disbanding, months after its lead singer was charged with sex offenses against children.
|Live U.K. Summit Reveals More Presenters|
London is gearing up for the next edition of the LIVE UK Summit, which is set to take place Thursday 17 October at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in Londonís toney West End.
|Music Sales In Japan Raise Questions About Copyright Laws|
A year after Japan introduced tough anti-piracy laws, music sales in the island nation show no signs of improving, according to a report by the NHK.
|Merlin Pulls Content Off German Music Streamer Simfy, Threatens Legal Action|
Merlin is pulling member tracks from German streaming service Simfy. The massive independent music licensor took action after new management at Simfy failed to report royalties over the summer months.
|UK Police Add More Indecent Assault Charges For DJ|
A prominent British disc jockey has been charged with two more counts of indecent assault on top of the 11 he is already facing.
|Lloyd Webber's New Show Mines 60s Sex And Scandal|
He's done the Bible, felines, operatic phantoms and Argentine politics. So what is Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest musical about?
|Inflatable Concert Venue Opens In Japan|
A giant purple structure believed to be the world's first inflatable concert hall is to open on Japan's disaster-hit northeastern coast, promoters said Wednesday.
|Jailed Pussy Riot Member Ends Hunger Strike|
An imprisoned member of the punk band Pussy Riot ended her nine-day hunger strike on Tuesday but her husband said she has vowed to restart it if she is not moved to another prison.