Irving Azoff, one of the most powerful music men in the world, is taking charge of a coalition of artists including Don Henley, Bryan Adams and Rod Stewart, to take on Congress over Copyright change.
Bryan Adams. Rod Stewart,
Irving Azoff Leads Charge With Coalition Of Artists For Copyright Change
The controversial comedy The Interview is facing an even bigger problem than causing a war with North Korea. It is alleged to have breached copyright.
Yoon Mi Rae
The Beatles first single, Love Me Do / P.S. I Love You, has entered the public domain in Europe and small labels are already taking advantage of the situation.
Love Me Do,
PS I Love You,
Muse have issued a statement after it was claimed the band’s 2009 album ‘The Resistance’ infringed copyright.
Soul singer Syl Johnson has taken exception to a sample in a bonus track on Jay and ‘Ye’s Watch The Throne.
Watch The Throne