Major Label A&R Panel — Part 2
TAXI Road Rally 2005

TAXI CEO Michael Laskow interviews Ken Komisar (Sony), Tony Ferguson (A&M/Interscope), LeAnn Phelan (Sony Nashville), Marshall Altman (Columbia), and Kawan Prather (Sony Urban) live at the 2005 TAXI Road Rally. Missed it live? Check this out!Read the full story

American Idol Juniors Finalist Turns to TAXI

When the president of indie label TC Music needed songs for emerging artist Katelyn Tarver, he turned to TAXI. Not only did he find six songs for Katelyn's debut album (Wonderful Crazy), but a TAXI member also wrote the title track and first single. Read how TAXI helped Katelyn's career, and what's next for the young artist.Read the full story

Accordion Player Squeezes Another Big Deal

Living in Kittery Point, Maine, hasn't stopped TAXI member and accordion Gary Sredzienski from scoring deals through TAXI. His music made it into last year's Bad News Bears movie, and that deal led to another with CBS show Love Monkey. Find out how TAXI has helped Gary's career, even though he's thousands of miles from Hollywood.Read the full story

Member Deals Profile Industry News

Suzan Stroud from New York, signs a deal with Inter Music Library for her song "I Don't Feel Like Kissing"_._._.

Phil Bender-Stone has a song placed in a drama on the ABC Family network_._._.

Two of Ron Ermini's Jazz instrumentals were featured in CBS' series Threshold_._._.

Passenger Profile: Nick Kepics

I.B. Bad on the Breaking of James Blunt...

... And Other Twisted Tales From the Music Biz

It's a Trans World After All

The retailer is now the largest mall operator of music stores_._._.

One-Day Sales: The Prince of Tides

His new album is trending just shy of 200k_._._.

Bulletin Board

Walmart enters streaming race, MySpace ups the ante, Larry the Cable Guy ('nuff said)_._._.

Cool Stuff

Disc Makers is awarding $250,000 in cash and prizes to indie artists.



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