Oddly enough, Runner Runner, featured in our Crystal Ball column has signed with start up label Clear Entertainment Music, funded by late-night talk show hostÂ David Letterman. Their debut album will be released this summer.Â The first single ‘So Obvious’ can be heard on myspace and falls between Jimmy Eat World and All Time Low.Â Contact: email@example.com
San Diego alternative rock act So Long Davey, who we profiled in March has the #1 requested song on Fearless Radio, a US-based internet radio and music community website. The new self released CD can be found in selected Hot Topic Stores.
Check out the track ‘Love Hurts‘. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pop folk artist Marit Larsen who had success in Germany and Austria with the #1 song “If A Song Could Get Me You” will get her shot in America. The track was just added to VH1. For fans of Feist, Alison Krauss and Fiona Apple.
Sandrine is big name in Belgium, thanks to the popular song contest â€˜Idol 2004′. She’s had #1 songs, won awards for best single, and took home the ‘Popular’ Zamu award, and now she is looking to break into the U.S. Check out her live performance here.
The music business is a business of exceptions and certainly unpredictable. Would you ever guess that the 47 year old singer Susan Boyle would propel Simon Cowell to the 11th in the list of top British music millionaires?
Sunday Times Rich List Music Millionaires 2010 (Britain only)
1. Edgar Bronfman and family (1.64 billion pounds)
2. Clive Calder (1.3 billion pounds)
3. Andrew Lloyd-Webber (700 million pounds)
4. Cameron Mackintosh (635 million pounds)
5. Paul McCartney (475 million pounds)
6. Simon Fuller (350 million pounds)
7. Mick Jagger (190 million pounds)
8. Elton John (185 million pounds)
9. Sting (180 million pounds)
10. Keith Richards (175 million pounds)
11. Simon Cowell (165 million pounds)
12. Olivia and Dhani Harrison (160 million pounds)
13. Jamie Palumbo (150 million pounds)
14. David and Victoria Beckham (145 million pounds)
15. Tim Rice (140 million pounds)
15. Ringo Starr (140 million pounds)
17. Tom Jones (135 million pounds)
18. Eric Clapton (125 million pounds)
19. Roger Ames (120 million pounds)
20. Barry and Robin Gibb (110 million pounds)