Jason Jordan: Vice President, A&R, Hollywood Records

Jason Jordan started his own record company when he was just 13 years old. And he didn't stop there – that was only the start of his music business career. Jordan shares what it's like to be an A&R person at Hollywood, as well as his thoughts on the future of the music business.Read the full story

Passenger Profile: Amanda Wood

Throughout her life, Amanda has loved music. From piano to guitar to singing, this TAXI member has done it all. Find out about Amanda's effort to go pro and how TAXI has helped her along the way.Read the full story

Firekills Lands Deal With Abacus Recordings

The band's yet-to-be named album will be released in the fall, and will include new hits and old favorites. Firekills Manager Karl Louis shares how the band got the deal, and how a TAXI had a hand in helping the band along the way.Read the full story

Member Deals Member News Industry News

Discovery Channel's Urban Explorers: Denver includes one of "Wave Rider," one of TAXI member John Baker's songs_._._.

ABC's One Life To Live and NBC's Passions both featured "One Slow Dance A Day" by Krisanthi Pappas_._._.

Rob Dehlinger's version of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" was picked up by Music Delux's library_._._.

TAXI Member Wins

Honorable mention in song contest_._._.

TAXI Member Rocks

Hit TV show_._._.

Weasels and Diesels: After Flying First Class, Coach is a Bummer

Veterans look for alternatives to the major A&R grind_._._.

The Spit Hits the Fan

NY attorney general and Sony BMG said to be close to a settlement in Payola probe_._._.

I.B. Bad: Passing the Smell Test

Smellie's exit puts spotlight on the Sony-BMG assimilation_._._.

Bulletin Board

TAXI members responsible for 7 of the songs on new album, Grammies come back to Los Angeles, Americal Idol goes online, Destiny Child throws in towel, and more_._._.

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