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Warner Music Group Corp., the world's third-largest recording company with such artists as Eric Clapton, Michael Buble and Paramore, is being sold for about $1.3 billion as a global decline in CD sales weighs down the industry.
When bluesman Robert Johnson died broke and all but unknown in a tiny Mississippi crossroads town, he was buried in a homemade coffin and an unmarked grave. Yet, a century after he came into this world, his eerie blues still influence artists from Eric Clapton to John Mayer, and his legacy continues to be celebrated.
Eric Clapton fulfilled his childhood fantasy as he took a turn on the jazz side, collaborating with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for a little bit of swing at the orchestra's annual gala benefit.
The man behind "The Last Waltz" looks back on those days _ and earlier _ on his new disc, "How to Become Clairvoyant."
Robbie Robertson, "How to Become Clairvoyant" (429 Records)
"How to Become Clairvoyant," Robbie Robertson's first solo album in 13 years, is an interesting return to the guitar-driven music that launched his career.
Eric Clapton is parting with dozens of guitars and amps at a New York City auction to benefit an alcohol and drug treatment center he founded in Antigua.
Adele's ex-boyfriend may not be aware of it, but he's joined an illustrious club of people who were inadvertent inspirations for art.
The Recording Academy is finally getting some satisfaction, with Mick Jagger's first appearance on the Grammy stage.