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Major Record Labels Relocating to New L.A. Territory

Epic Records is planning a move to the Sony lot to rebrand as a "West Coast Label" while Warner Music Group is considering Downtown L.A.'s Art District.

Breyon Prescott Named Head of Urban A&R at Epic Records

Among the executive producers on Jodeci's new album for Epic, Prescott will house his Chameleon Entertainment imprint at the label.

L.A. Reid’s Hamptons Estate Pipes Freeze in Polar Vortex

The music executive's Sagaponack property suffered damage from a furnace pipe burst, but his Park Ave. pad recently sold for a nice profit.

How VH1 and Epic Went All in With TLC and What’s Next

Inside the group's carefully orchestrated comeback, as longtime manager Bill Diggins, the network and the record label make a big push for big numbers.

Music Industry Veteran Polly Anthony Dies at 59

The former president of Epic Records and Geffen Records is remembered by Jimmy Iovine, Tommy Mottola, Celine Dion and Macy Gray, among others.

Avril Lavigne Sets Self-Titled Album for November Release, Reveals Tracklist

The anticipated new offering has already spawned the singles "Here's to Never Growing Up" and "Rock N Roll."

Jacqueline Saturn, 20-Year Epic Records Veteran, Heads to Capitol’s Harvest (Exclusive)

The former senior vice president of promotion will see her title upped to co-general manager.

Epic Records Staff Sees (Another) Big Shake-Up

Senior vp promotion Jacqueline Saturn leaves the company as chairman L.A. Reid continues to shuffle the executive decks.

‘Tricky’ Stewart Exits Epic Records

The producer-turned-A&R executive says he wants to return to the studio.

L.A. Reid Lists Manhattan Apartment for $18.9 Million

The chairman of Epic Records purchased the six-bedroom Park Avenue pad for $9.43 million in 2000.

Avril Lavigne Revs Up for New Album With Surprise Club Show

For her one-off fan appreciation night at Sunset Strip haunt the Viper Room, the pop-rocker offered a teaser set of singles, old and new.

Death Grips Tracks Yanked From YouTube Amid Continuing Label Squabble

The controversial rap group raised the ire of Sony's Epic Records in November when it leaked its own album.