More than 100 live shows are taking place in grassroots venues around the capital for Sounds Like London, a month-long celebration of these venues’ cultural significance.
Artist tours can’t be like a ‘two-week-long party’ where bandmates get up to movie-style antics, The Xcerts bassist Jordan Smith tells The Great Escape.
The Copyright Tribunal has just agreed PRS for Music’s new live music tariff for venues and festivals, following three years of negotiations between the collecting society and the live industry.
Live Nation Entertainment has announced Women Nation Fund, an early-stage investment initiative to support female-led live music businesses.
Ruth Patterson lets us in on what underpins the band’s wild sounds, her involvement with Attitude Is Everything and how she survives tour life as a musician with a disability...
The secondary ticketing site has been threatened with legal action by The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) if it fails to comply with demands to provide clearer information to consumers about tickets.
The Performing Right Society (PRS) has announced record royalties for its members in 2017, continuing a strong upward trajectory for the organisation over several years.
UK ticket brokers have come together to launch the Fair Ticketing Alliance campaign to speak out in favour of secondary ticket operators.
Pop innovators Sparks are on the hunt for bands and artists to support them on their 2018 Hippopotamus Tour.
The Southbank Centre's senior contemporary music programmer explains the thinking behind her new Concrete Lates electronic music series to mark the opening of a new 1,000-capacity standing venue...