After The New York Times Magazine revealed that Universal Music Group lost nearly 500,000 song master recordings, many from iconic artists of the 20th and 21st century, in a 2008 fire, the company has now responded in a statement to Variety.
A feature in The New York Times Magazine has revealed that the master recordings of nearly 500,000 songs in a Universal Music Group archive from artists spanning the 20th and 21st century were destroyed in a massive fire from 2008.
Elton John performed before a massive crowd in Hove, England over the weekend as part of his farewell tour, and he did something that he hasn't done so far this entire tour: Bring out a special guest. The guest? Taron Egerton, who plays Sir Elton in Rocketman.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese premieres on Netflix this week, and the streaming giant has released a new clip from the highly-anticipated documentary about Bob Dylan's infamous 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour.
The last thing you’d think Tom Jones, who celebrates his birthday today (June 7), would help inspire is a stellar stand-up comedy bit, but comedian John Mulaney puts that notion to shame on his 2009 album The Top Part.