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Stageit and another startup, Concert Window, have made it easy to play online shows — and make money doing it.
June 19, 2014 If you'd like to catch some live music tonight, you may find some surprising options without even leaving home. Online, bands are performing concerts — and making money — using virtual venues.
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Cellist Matt Haimovitz made it big in the classical music scene as a little kid.
October 3, 2013 Matt Haimovitz is 42 and a world-renowned cellist. His mother took him to many concerts as a kid, but nothing in his family history explains where he got his extraordinary talent. And that's typical, says Ellen Winner, a psychology professor at Boston College who has spent much of her career studying prodigies.
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July 8, 2010 Prince refuses to release his new album over the Internet, and only as a physical copy. But an investigation by The Root breaks down who dips their hands in the money pot
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