Dave Matthews Band Announces Free Webcast Of The Gorge Concert — www.jambase.com
This Saturday’s Dave Matthews Band concert will be webcast live from The Gorge.
Spotify’s Hot Country Playlist: Moving to Greener Pastures — blog.chartmetric.io
At the top of 2018, Nielsen revealed that hip-hop beat out rock to become the most popular genre in the US, and few would argue that Spotify’s #3 most followed playlist (10M+ follows) RapCaviar had a…
It'll take more than Ayumi Hamasaki to help streaming services in Japan — www.japantimes.co.jp
Ayumi Hamasaki has seen better days as a J-pop superstar, but she still carries some clout. So it should have been noteworthy that her newest release, the
Queen's 'Somebody to Love' Soundtracks Amazon Music Ad, Steve Boom Talks New Marketing Campaign — www.billboard.com
Amazon Music’s latest ad in its “A Voice Is All You Need” marketing campaign features Queen’s classic “Somebody to Love,” premiering exclusively with Billboard. VP Steve Boom says it all feels “really obvious in hindsight” — just as “great ideas” often do.
Apple Music Taps Greta Van Fleet For 'Up Next' Series — www.billboard.com
Greta Van Fleet has built a loyal fan base within Apple Music. Ready to return the favor, Apple Music is now inviting the band to join the platform’s “Up Next” class of global talent, as the first rock band to be featured in their new program.
Should The Music Industry Be Worried About Teen Social Media Cord Cutting? — music3point0.com
A new study finds that teens think they spend too much time on their smartphones and social media. Could a decrease in use also affect streaming music?
US Hispanics Spend 32 Hours A Week With Music: New Nielsen Report — www.billboard.com
“Descubrimiento Digital, the Online Lives of Latinx Consumers,” a new report from The Nielsen Company, says 70% of U.S. Hispanics follow artists on social media, a 43% higher number than that of the total population.
It’s no HQ2, but Pandora is set to bring its own headquarters to Midtown — atlanta.curbed.com
With 50,000 square feet, the music streaming company can stretch out in Atlanta.