Robbie Robertson, Live, Onstage at TAXI's 2006 Road Rally, Part 3

In the final part of this interview, industry legend Robbie Robertson shares insight into The Last Waltz, Raging Bull, and the future of the music business. Robertson also shares his experiences with Martin Scorsese, and how doing music for a movie differs from working with the Band or doing a solo record. Read the full story

Passenger Profile: Sarah E. Blue

For the first time, the Passenger Profile features a lyricist: Sarah E. Blue. Read this interview to find out what it's like for Sarah to work with other writers, and what she feels when she listens to a set of her own lyrics.Read the full story

The Beauty of Collaboration
Imagine this: you're writing a song and suddenly you're stuck. Writer's block. Too many distractions in your life. Call it what you will, but there's something that's not quite working in your song. The worst part about it is that despite your obvious talents and years of experience you just can't think your way out of it. The answer? Collaboration. Read the full story

Member Deals Tips Industry News

Margaret McClure licensed six songs with MTV_._._.

Ben Connelly signed a 10-song deal with a music publisher_._._.

Denny Earnest will have six songs in new National Lampoon movie_._._.

Gone Are the Days of the 8x10 Black and White Photo

Why High-Res Color Photos Matter

Joni Goes for Starbucks

Mitchell's Shine will be released September_._._.

Now 25 + Colbie = Wow!

Yellow Card, and three others in Top 50_._._.

EMI, Burger King Team on DRM-Free Downloads

First major brand in global promotions_._._.

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Pepper's 40th, and more_._._.



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