The controversy over The Weeknd’s failure to receive a single nomination in the 63rd annual Grammy Awards has threatened to overshadow the nominations themselves.
The Killers let loose with a Trumpian tweet, in all caps, and all for laughs.
There’s some seismic activity Down Under, where experienced live music professional Joel Siviour launches a new booking agency with a stacked roster.
A coalition of music industry groups including the RIAA, NMPA and Artist Rights Alliance today (Nov. 23) sent the latest in a string of recent letters to congressional leaders, urging them to provide additional government assistance to music industry workers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The K-pop kings dropped by “The Late Late Show With James Corden” on Monday night (Nov. 23) to perform the new track.
The Recording Academy has called a halt to its annual Grammy Nominees CD series. The franchise was a major hit for many years, but has faltered in recent years as CD sales have dwindled.
Guitar Center, the nation’s largest retailer of musical instruments, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the company revealed Saturday (Nov. 21).
Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez’s “Dakiti” continues at No. 1 on both the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts. Plus, Billie Eilish’s “Therefore I Am” launches at No. 2 on each survey.
AC/DC set a unique record as the only Australian group to have No. 1 albums at least once over five decades.