Hear Music Signs Hilary McRae

Hear Music, the label started by Concord Music Group and Starbucks, has signed Hilary McRae as the company’s first developing artist.

West Says ‘Thank You’ With New Book

Rapper Kanye West will make his literary debut early next year with a book titled “Thank You and You’re Welcome,” co-authored by Sakiya Sandifer. “It captures the same wit, playful irony and piercing insight found abundant in my lyrics,” West claims.

Report: Kelis Splits With Jive

Quirky R&B singer Kelis has been dropped from her Jive contract, according to a published report.

Story Of The Year Inks With Epitaph

Epitaph Records has inked St. Louis rock band Story Of The Year, which was formerly signed to Maverick/Warner Bros.

Donovan Seeks Liftoff For Meditation University

Donovan, famous for ’60s pop hits such as “Hurdy Gurdy Man” and “Mellow Yellow,” has announced plans to open the Invincible Donovan University, where students will adhere to the principles of transcendental meditation.

Annuals Busy With Debut For Sony Imprint

In between large bouts of touring, indie rock act Annuals has been able to carve out about a month’s worth of studio time for the follow-up to its 2006 debut, “Be He Me.”

Goo Goo Dolls Headed For The Future

When he’s not dispensing advice as a celebrity judge on Fox TV’s “The Next Great American Band,” the Goo Goo Dolls’ Johnny Rzeznik will be focusing on the band’s past — and its future.

Country Legend Porter Wagoner Dies At 80

Country legend Porter Wagoner died yesterday (Oct. 28) in Nashville, just a few weeks after being hospitalized with lung cancer. Wagoner was known for a string of country hits in the ’60s, perennial appearances at the Grand Ole Opry in his trademark rhinestone suits and for launching the career of Dolly Parton.

Story Of The Year Inks With Epitaph

Epitaph Records has inked St. Louis rock band Story Of The Year, which was formerly signed to Maverick/Warner Bros.

Goo Goo Dolls Headed For The Future

When he’s not dispensing advice as a celebrity judge on Fox TV’s “The Next Great American Band,” the Goo Goo Dolls’ Johnny Rzeznik will be focusing on the band’s past — and its future.

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