Kate Bush is capping an eventful couple years with a new catalog reissue series.The "Running Up That Hill" artist is reissuing each one of her albums on vinyl and CD. Her 1985 effort Hounds of Love, which includes "Running Up That Hill," will also... Read More.
It's not every day that artists revisit songs they'd written years ago for a new project. But, that's what Chris Janson did for his latest album, The Outlaw Side of Me. "I've never actually went back to my back catalogs and pulled songs, you know? I'm always... Read More.
While he's most famous for being the drummer of The Rolling Stones, the late Charlie Watts recorded a lot of jazz music — and now that side of his career is being explored in a new collection from BMG.Anthology, dropping June 30, will focus on Watts' catalog of jazz... Read More.
George Harrison's solo albums will now be available via a partnership with his Dark Horse Records label and BMG, the company that in 2022 signed on to administer the late Beatle's song catalog.George's son, Dhani Harrison, says in a statement, "22 years since his passing, for what... Read More.
Even billionaire pop superstars have to juggle work and family. Rihanna, who welcomed her first child in May 2022, will headline the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday. At a press conference on Thursday, she explained why she decided to take on the challenge, despite... Read More.
The members of Yes are the latest artists to sell their catalog. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers have made a deal with Warner Music Group’s Global Catalog Division to sell the rights to their music and income streams for recordings made during their Atlantic Records era. The purchase encompasses 12 studio albums, including... Read More.
The Doors’ Robby Krieger and the late Ray Manzarek's estate are the latest artists to sell their music catalog, selling their interest in the legendary band’s catalog to Primary Wave Music. There's no word on how much the deal was worth, but it includes The Doors' recordings, trademarks,... Read More.
Keith Urban has announced that he’s selling his master recordings catalog to recording and publishing music rights company Litmus, which was founded by music business VIPs Hank Forsyth and Dan McCarroll back in August.The news comes via