Tags » Irving Azoff

Joe Walsh Goes To Japan

Joe Walsh went to Japan not to play, but to lobby for a better venue to play in. Eagles manager Irving Azoff put the trip together, and brought Joe as some star power to inform Japan that their music venues lack the modern amenities that are found elsewhere. 19 more words

Features

The Eagles, SiriusXM Partner for One-Night-Only Grand Ole Opry Concert

The Eagles will team with SiriusXM for an invitation-only concert at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on Sunday, October 29. It will mark the first time the band has performed at the iconic venue. 191 more words

News

The Eagles, Garth Brooks, Train, More on Deck for Dan Fogelberg Tribute Album

The Eagles, Garth Brooks, Train, Jimmy Buffett, and Zac Brown are among the artists who will pay tribute to Dan Fogelberg, with an album slated to be released through BMG on Nov. 370 more words

News

Industry Journalist Andy Gensler Joins Oak View Group as Executive Editor of Media and Conferences

Veteran music business reporter Andy Gensler has joined the Oak View Group as executive editor of media and conferences division, reporting to Ray Waddell, president of media and conferences. 339 more words

News

SESAC, Radio Music Licensing Committee Both Claim Victory in Price War

SESAC on Friday completed its first rate arbitration with the Radio Music Licensing Committee, with the music PRO touting its success in increasing its rate relative to its market share. 894 more words

News

Radio Rate Fight Could Have Dire Results for Pennsylvania

Radio without Bruce Springsteen is unthinkable for Philadelphia rock fans, but stations there could lose him as well as Prince, the Eagles, John Lennon and more as the result of a… 1,205 more words

News

AEG-MSG Turf War Intensifies, With Concert Trade Pollstar in the Middle

The live-entertainment business is a large but traditionally close-knit community, with relationships (and grudges) going back decades. Yet Oak View Group’s recent acquisition of Pollstar… 866 more words

News