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Blues Legend B.B. King Dies at 89

The Mississippi guitar aficionado and father of Lucille was a tireless road warrior.

Grateful Dead’s Final Concerts to Be Broadcast in Theaters

The band's three-night concert run in Chicago will be broadcast live across the country.

The Looming War Between the Major Labels and Late-Night Talk Shows

"Labels see the big picture as, 'Nothing should be given away for free,' " says an artist manager. "It's not that cut and dried — it will all be looked at case by case."

Behind the Paul Walker ‘Furious 7’ Tribute Song: “We Didn’t Want People Leaving the Theater Sad”

Universal Pictures' president of music and Atlantic Records Group's president of film and TV tell Billboard the story behind Wiz Khalifa's and Charlie Puth's "See You Again."

Sia, Wiz Khalifa to Perform on ‘The Voice’

Sia will perform on April 7 and Wiz Khalifa will perform on April 8.

‘E.T.’, ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ Headed To Concert Stages

The movies are celebrating their 35th anniversaries.

SXSW: 5 Music Docs from the Fringe

Passion projects premiering at the film portion of Austin festival are some of the confab's best offerings.

Inside ‘Score’: Fundraised Doc on Scoring Exposes Hans Zimmer’s Creative Fears (Video)

Matt Schrader's doc, currently fundraising on Kickstarter, has Danny Elfman, Patrick Doyle, Henry Jackman, Antonio Sanchez, Howard Shore and Christophe Beck and more on board.

‘Homeland,’ ‘Theory of Everything’ Composers Win ASCAP Honors

ASCAP honored the top film and TV composers at a ceremony on Monday.

Baz Luhrmann, RCA Records Team for Bazmark Label

The custom label will release music from Luhrmann's film, TV and theater projects, as well as sign new artists and acquire rights to recordings.

‘Furious 7’ Soundtrack Launches With Seven Singles

Among the eight new recordings and two previously unreleased remixes are two tracks from Wiz Khalifa.

Bob Dylan Dazzles MusiCares Gala With Bold Speech

President Jimmy Carter welcomed the honoree musician to the Los Angeles Convention Center stage.