Coldplay announce the first U.S. shows of this year’s A Head Full Of Dreams Tour. This is the band’s first world tour since the 2011/12 Mylo Xyloto Tour, which was seen by more than three million people on five continents. Saturday, July 16 – NEW YORK, NY MetLife Stadium Saturday, July 23 – CHICAGO, IL […]
Beyoncé has done something no other major pop star has done before. Today, without notice, she released a self-titled album with a whopping 17 new music videos. The Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia set is available exclusively on iTunes. The spontaneous approach was planned to prevent the record from being leaked. “This is a fully designed preventative plan,” […]
Steve Jobs is undoubtedly a huge fan of the Beatles. Their music can often be heard playing before Apple press events. Ironically, however, the Fab Four are nowhere to be found on iTunes–until now. Apple is going to announce a deal that would give their iTunes store the rights to carry The Beatles‘ catalogue of […]
Is Apple trying to block popular European streaming music service Spotify’s US launch? In meetings in Los Angeles recently, Apple executives told their music industry counterparts that they had serious doubts about whether Spotify’s business model could ever generate significant revenues or profits, according to two sources with knowledge of the discussions. But Apple executives […]
‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Changes Unsigned LA Singer Christina Perri’s Life “So You Think You Can Dance” is known for playing some pretty cool new music. It’s helped popularize artists like OneRepublic, Adele, Sam Sparro, Roisin Murphy and Goldfrapp. The latest “SYTYCD” success story is songstress Christina Perri, whose breakup ballad “Jar Of […]
Apple’s App Store is right now carrying the Apple Store app. If that statement doesn’t twist reality up in a Doctor Who style for you, then read on to find out about its iPhone-buying powers (from an iPhone!) and Genius session booking.