1. “Academy of Country Music Awards” (Sunday, 8 p.m., CBS) Any time Blake Shelton is co-hosting, things could get to be fun.
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Candice Glover, who won the Fox singing series last week after competing for four months, will release "Music Speaks" on July 16
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Who are you and what's your blog called? My name's Hannah and my blog is called Burgers and Bruce (and on Twitter, @BurgersAndBruce). It's a blog dedicated to two of my favourite things, Bruce Springsteen and Burgers. Where are you based? I live in London, but I travel worldwide for Bruce Springsteen concerts and I'm always on the look-out for incredible burgers in other...
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India's top copper smelter can operate once it re-opens until the second week of July, when experts will submit a report on its operations, a Supreme Court judge said on Monday.
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80/35 MUSIC FESTIVAL: Legendary hip-hop act Wu-Tang Clan and the collaboration between Talking Heads frontman David Byrne and St. Vincent will top the bill at this year's 80/35 Music Festival. The festival will be held July 5-6 in downtown's Western Gateway Park. See photos, videos, descriptions of 19 bands announced this morning for the 80/35 Music FestivalPhotos, reviews:...
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(Reuters) - Madonna was named the biggest money maker in music in 2012 on Friday, with a world tour helping her take home up to $34.6 million and highlighting the earning power of live performances as the industry increasingly goes digital.
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The Wall Street Journal reports that Google may launch a streaming music service to rival Spotify’s as soon as this week, possibly to coincide with the Google I/O conference that’s kicking off today and runs through Friday. Why now, out of the blue? I/O notwithstanding, the Journal‘s sources claim Google has signed deals with Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group...
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When 97 percent of Greenland’s ice experienced at least some melting in July 2012, scientists wondered if it was a one-time phenomenon. Now a new study in Geophysical Research Letters indicates it is a sign of things to come.
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It seems that people just aren't pirating music the way they used to. In many cases, because they don't have to. That's according to the NPD Group, which just released their "Annual Music Study 2012." That report shows that the number of music files being illegally downloaded was 26% less in 2012 than in 2011. What's more, 40% of the people surveyed in the study who said...
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Vinyl sales hit a 16-year high last year according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. Music Week reports that the IFPI claims the oldest active music delivery medium did $177 million in business worldwide in 2012...
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