Global Music Market Landscape, Growth, Trends, and Forecasts Report 2021-2026

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The “Music Market Landscape – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 – 2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The global music market is expected to witness a CAGR of 8.5% The music industry has reached at a global in a way it was never before. The global music community has never been more connected, and fans and artists alike are seizing the opportunities of this new era […]

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Mary Wilson obituary | Pop and rock

Mary Wilson in Los Angeles in 2014.

Although she had to wait more than a decade before taking the lead on one of their hit singles, Mary Wilson was the force that held the Supremes together through the episodes of tragedy and internal strife that marked the history of the most successful female pop group of the 1960s. Having endured the removal of one original member, the troubled Florence Ballard, and the defection of another, Diana Ross, […]

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TuneIn Partners with OkCupid to Launch Exclusive Dating-Themed Music Stations Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Article content OkCupid Data Reveals Music Lovers Get More Love SAN FRANCISCO — ​TuneIn, the leading live global streaming and on-demand audio service, has partnered with dating app OkCupid to launch three exclusive dating-themed music stations now available in the United States and Canada in celebration of Valentine’s Day. TuneIn used insights from OkCupid’s matching questions about music preferences to curate themed stations for every stage of the dating process. […]

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Music made 2020 better, but we failed to make 2020 better for musicians – TechCrunch

Music made 2020 better, but we failed to make 2020 better for musicians – TechCrunch

“Are you okay?” I don’t have a good answer to the question. Knowing full well that I’m talking back to an algorithm — even one asking the same question of everyone with a different band mad-libbed in — doesn’t soften the blow. Am I? Are we? Is anyone, really? In this case, it’s referring to Waxahatchee. I mean, yeah, I totally listened to a lot of Waxahatchee this year. Waxahatchee […]

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Grant helps Hyannis songwriter expand music career

Hyannis singer-songwriter Gabriella Simpkins won a music grant that will help buy equipment for her new push into virtual music.

Musician Gabriella Simpkins is making the most of her time at home during the coronavirus pandemic. The young singer/songwriter from Hyannis has been quietly growing momentum through her various performances on social media. A winning a recent grant for recording and streaming equipment is setting her up for a breakout 2021. Her next online performance is Saturday as part of ONCE Somerville’s “My Synesthesia Valentine” virtual concert, featuring Massachusetts-based musicians performing […]

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DCMS inquiry: YouTube defends its record on royalties and says it can be No.1 for streaming revenue | Digital

DCMS inquiry: YouTube defends its record on royalties and says it can be No.1 for streaming revenue | Digital

The DCMS Committee inquiry into the economics of streaming continued with a line-up that was as varied as a Spotify playlist, although without the option to skip. As well as trade bodies across recorded music and publishing (BPI, Ivors Academy, MPA) and the Musicians’ Union, there were appearances by execs from SoundCloud and YouTube. Inevitably, the focus was on YouTube, following years of complaints about the safe harbour laws that […]

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Sia Adds Warning Label to ‘Music,’ Apologizes to Autism Community

Sia Adds Warning Label to 'Music,' Apologizes to Autism Community

Sia addressed the controversy surrounding her directorial feature debut, “Music,” after the film earned two Golden Globes nominations Tuesday morning, then promptly deleted her Twitter account. (Sia’s Instagram account, which boasts more than 6 million followers, remains active as of this update at 11:30 pm PT.) In a succession of tweets on Tuesday night, the singer wrote that she has “been listening” to the criticism surrounding the film’s portrayal of […]

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‘Sound Of Music,’ ‘All The Money In The World’ Star – Deadline

‘Sound Of Music,’ ‘All The Money In The World’ Star – Deadline

Christopher Plummer, who starred in The Sound of Music, won an Oscar for Beginners and was nominated for All the Money in the World and The Last Station, died peacefully today at his home in Connecticut, his family confirmed. Elaine Taylor, his wife and true best friend for 53 years, was by his side. Along with becoming the oldest person to win an Oscar, Plummer also won a pair of […]

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As music rights sales heat up, Merck Mercuriadis swoops in with big offers

As music rights sales heat up, Merck Mercuriadis swoops in with big offers

TORONTO – Merck Mercuriadis is holding a Canadian treasure in his hands. Deep into a conversation about the future of the music industry, the head of the Hipgnosis Songs Fund steps away from his webcam to pull an album from his shelf. It’s a vinyl copy of Joni Mitchell’s latest archival album released last year. And even if Mercuriadis won’t say it aloud, it’s not hard to imagine the Alberta […]

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Listen to the haunting music of ancient peoples for first time in 18,000 years

Listen to the haunting music of ancient peoples for first time in 18,000 years

When you think of classical music, you might imagine a tune from Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata,” or one of Mozart’s piano concertos. These works are considered foundational to the European classical music tradition, but in truth, the fundamentals of music predate these masterpieces by thousands of years. Our modern fascination with music is embedded in cultural practices honed over millennia, but due to the paucity of written records, it is difficult […]

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