Lindsey Buckingham comes to a financial agreement with his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates after he was dropped from a series of concerts in North America, which he says cost him millions of dollars in earnings.
It's significant not just because it seems like an unusually good deal for the popstar, but because something she baked into her new contract could mean a payday for hundreds of other artists.
If you see children performing at concerts you will probably also see a pack of proud parents capturing the moment on their smartphones, and they are probably all breaking the law.
The nominees for Australian country music's most prestigious event have been announced, and with plenty of young blood this year's ceremony could mark a changing of the guard.
Critics have panned the long-awaited Freddie Mercury biopic, but audiences are loving it. How could they be so out of step?
A month after a Melbourne bar was fined more than $200,000 for failing to pay the correct fees, music licensing bodies have dismissed a call from restaurant and cafes owners to lower the fees for using copyrighted music in their establishments.
Fans of Freddie Mercury may be disappointed as the troubled biopic finally hits screens, presenting a sanitised, conservative view of an rock iconoclast.
Many people attending music festivals report being wary about the combination of big crowds, alcohol and drug use, but whether their fears of sexual harassment and assault are justified is another matter, write Bianca Fileborn, Phillip Wadds and Stephen Tomsen.
The instrument has long appealed to men, sparked by the postwar birth of rock 'n' roll and its virtuosic (and often male) stars like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. Now things are changing — and that may, in turn, change the music business.
Entertainers at all levels of their craft, from members of the European Union Youth Orchestra to Ed Sheeran and Bob Geldof, voice their concern about their ability to share their music in the EU post-Brexit.