The LA Times reports that Madison Square Garden Co. (MSG) is investing in a new venture with veteran music biz mogul Irving Azoff, manager of the Eagles and former chairman of Live Nation Entertainment. The newly created Azoff MSG Management will include Azoff's current management business with clients Christina Aguilera, Van Halen, Steely Dan and Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, and will invest in publishing, digital media and television production. . Read More
It's been less than 48 hours since it was publicly announced that Irving Azoff is parting ways with Live Nation, the company he led after creating Front Line, the world's largest artist management company, selling it to Ticketmaster, and merging with Live Nation, and there is no shortage of coverage and commentary on why he left and what he'll do next. . Read More
- Retail store chain Target (NYSE: TGT) and Target.com will be the exclusive retail spots
to purchase a forthcoming greatest hits album from Sony BMG/RCA Records artist
Christina Aguilera, Billboard reports. Fans who pre-order the CD online will
also receive a free Aguilera song download. Target has previously scored
exclusive album retail deals with artists including Alicia Keys, John Legend
and the Jonas Brothers.
New York – MTV announced on Monday that Christina Aguilera will appear on its "Total Request Live" program on Wednesday to debut the video for "Ain't No Other Man," the first single from her upcoming album. The video will simultaneously premiere on the company's MTV Overdrive broadband service, and be made available from MTV's URGE digital music service.