The Week’s Top U.S. Festivals & Tours, Presented by SeatGeek

The most popular concert tickets, tour stops, and artists around the country, based on SeatGeek data through Wednesday, December 11th. Welcome to our weekly report on the world of live music, based on exclusive data from SeatGeek, a ticketing platform … Continue Reading

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Why You Won’t Be Hearing Taylor Swift Songs In Movies, TV Shows, or Commercials Anytime Soon

Taylor Swift is singlehandedly shutting down the licensing of her valuable catalog for advertisements, TV, and movies — even though that could cost her millions. Taylor Swift is now taking extreme measures to sabotage the recent $300 million sale of he… Continue Reading

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Yellowcard’s $15 Million Copyright Lawsuit Against Juice WRLD Is On Hold — for Now

Yellowcard’s aggressive copyright lawsuit against Juice WRLD has run into a slight complication. Over the weekend, the fast-rising rapper reportedly overdosed while ingesting his pills stash to evade prosecution by federal agents.  Not exactly a … Continue Reading

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The Grammys are Suing the Company That Prints Their Programs — for $86,000

Grammys parent company NARAS (aka the Recording Academy) is now at war with its longtime printing partner. According to legal paperwork shared with Digital Music News late Monday night, NARAS is now suing its longtime program-producing partner, FX Grou… Continue Reading

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SoundCloud Reverses Course ⁠— Upload Limits Aren’t Changing After Users Revolt

SoundCloud has reversed changes it announced last week to its free upload limits. The controversial changes were buried behind new features for the platform. On December 4, SoundCloud announced it would bring lossless HD storage and downloads ‘to… Continue Reading

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Marvin Gaye Estate Accuses Pharrell Williams of Perjury — Demands Millions in Extra Damages

The long-standing lawsuit by the estate of Marvin Gaye against Pharrell Williams has taken an unexpected turn, with the estate now accusing the singer of perjury and demanding millions in attorney fees. Earlier this year, a federal appeals court upheld… Continue Reading

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