After more than a year and a half of working online, Seth Shulman is teaching lessons in person and back to a more regular show schedule.
The Grammys' announcement is an example of how the technology underlying cryptocurrency is influencing how musicians make their money.
Foot-square covers, bonus tracks and poster inserts — what's not to like?
After most events were canceled in 2020, there are still questions about how comfortable concertgoers may be with crowds.
Starting in 1978, China’s ruling Communist Party has steadily embraced market reforms and transformed the country into the world’s second largest economy. What remains of the Chinese socialist system?
In "Music City," independent venues and musicians say they could use more resources to bring audiences back.
Limited audience capacity and higher ticket prices are some of the changes concertgoers can expect this summer.
UnitedMasters helps artists distribute music, but it is unclear if this type of alternative model will further disrupt the major record label system.
The new interactive museum joins the city's Country Music Hall of Fame, Musicians Hall of Fame and songwriting museum as tourist draw.
Warner Music's quarterly report shows that social media and gaming platforms are increasingly important to the industry.