The Beatles Are on iTunes, So Who’s Next?

The Beatles Are on iTunes, So Who’s Next?
Now that the John, Paul, George and Ringo have joined the iTunes revolution, what about the rest of the iTunes holdouts? Believe it or not there are still many famous bands and solo acts that refuse to put their music on Apple’s iTunes store. Most believe Apple’s policy of refusing to sell whole albums instead of single song downloads is the problem, while others object to how Apple pays artists.
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Sideshow: Real street cred for Gamble and Huff
Wednesday at noon, Philadelphia immortalized a big part of its entertainment history. The 300 block of South Broad Street was renamed Gamble & Huff Walk, in honor of prolific hit-monsters and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame mainstays Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff
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‘Senior citizen Rock’ might be more accurate
Kid Rock has made about as dramatic a musical change between the genre he started in and the one he’s at now as any music artist. Considering he began as a Detroit hip-hop star (see one of his first singles, and arguably still his finest song, Bawitdaba), Rock’s conversion to country music is fairly convincing.
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