If you think about it, it's rather unfair that Badshah is the only one singled out for purchasing fake followers on social media (albeit a rather large number).
Shubha Mudgal writes: India's music industry leaves its most vital stakeholders out in the cold, musicians themselves
It is now time for artistes to demand that they be given priority as stakeholders by all working in the sector, in conjunction with the music companies, publishers, policy makers, bureaucrats and other stakeholders, or else, the arts may perish and with it those who make art.
Livestreaming may show intimacy is overrated in music concerts, but the execution remains a work in progress
Until there is a vaccine, maybe we can grow content with distant performers on flat screens. Livestreaming is here to stay.
Amid row over Indian Performing Rights Society's flawed tariff plan, opportunity to rebuild live entertainment scene
One must credit the IPRS for kickstarting this conversation and setting the ball rolling for the Indian Live Entertainment Scene 2.0.
Aruna Chandaraju's Forgotten Composers sheds light on yesteryear Carnatic musicians relegated to oblivion
Journalist and photographer Aruna Chandaraju’s debut book, Forgotten Composers: Carnatic Music: The Lives and Contributions of Forgotten and Lesser Known Composers unearths 15 composers in the last few centuries whose redoubtable skills failed to lend immortality to their verses.
Adnan Sami is all set to make his acting debut in a movie called Afghan which will tell the story of an Afghani musician that finds acceptance in India
The Foo Fighters release their new single 'Run' after 2015.
More musicians are using new technology, including 360-degree cameras, VR musical experiences and vertical videos, to reach the new generation of music fans.
As if it was not enough that Shiv Sena illogically demanded the cancellation of Ghulam Ali's concert scheduled for 9 October in Mumbai, personalities from the same fraternity have attacked the Pakistani ghazal maestro.
President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday released a set of commemorative postage stamps on eight Indian musicians, describing them among "the greatest music maestros of contemporary India".
The annual Grammy Awards ceremony honors the best musicians of the year, but is also a major promotional showcase for rising stars and upcoming albums.