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Paradigm Agent’s Lawsuit May Be First of Many Coronavirus Breach of Contract Claims

Lawyers say Paradigm and APA are setting themselves up for legal fights by cutting agents before their contracts expire. Literary agent Debbee Klein’s lawsuit filed Thursday against Paradigm Talent Agency is full of stunning allegations, including payoffs to prostitutes and other criminal misconduct, but it’s the language around Klein’s contract termination and cuts to her...

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Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2020 Reschedules for Fall: ‘Nothing Changes But the Date’

Electric Daisy Carnival is officially rescheduled for October. As first reported by Billboard on Wednesday, the dance music festival formally announced on Friday (April 3) it will move from May 15-17 to Oct. 2-4 due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is one of the world’s largest dance music festivals, EDC Las Vegas’ original 2020 lineup featured more...

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Miranda Lambert Reschedules Remaining Wildcard Tour Dates

Miranda Lambert is the latest artist to reschedule her tour due to the coronavirus. On Friday (April 3), the country singer announced she has postponed the remaining dates for her Wildcard Tour. Her last two US dates will be rescheduled for October while her Canadaian dates will follow suit later that month. Special guests Cody...

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Mental Health in a Pandemic: Organizations, Support Groups Rally to Help Artists & Music Industry Workers

“We’re not trying to provide solutions to what people are going through, but create a community with each other where we’re able to access our own emotional vulnerabilities during this really, really challenging time.” After releasing her first studio album, securing a booking agent and even netting a Juno nomination earlier this year, Toronto-based singer/songwriter...

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Carnegie Hall Projects $9M Deficit, Expects Cuts Next Season

Carnegie Hall is projecting a $9 million operating deficit on its $104 million budget after canceling the rest of its season because of the coronavirus pandemic and anticipates making changes to its schedule for 2020-21. “We’ve obviously sold a lot of tickets for next season, but there’ll be issues like are people from the very...

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Honda Center in Southern California Will Pay All Part-Time Staff Through June

Anaheim Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli announced Thursday (April 2) they will pay all of their sports and event management companies’ part-time employees through June 30 for current or future rescheduled, postponed or canceled events. The announcement will impact all 2,100 part-time staff members that work at the Honda Center in Anaheim, the home of the...

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Livestreams Are Moving to Hard Tickets to Replace Lost Touring Revenue

Companies like Side Door, StageIt and Looped are stepping up to help artists capture revenue. Canadian-based live event platform Side Door was set to make its big launch in the U.S. at this year’s South by Southwest, when the annual Austin festival was canceled in early March. Side Door, which matches artists with unconventional venues for...

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How Artists Can Stay Afloat — and Find New Opportunities — Amid the Coronavirus Crisis

Instead of touring Australia and New Zealand, then returning to the United States to play Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre in April, Marc Rebillet is at home in New York, livestreaming in a brown flowered bathrobe. “We’re coming right out the gate with the apocalypse!” he tells the 20,000 viewers tuning in live to his two-hour...

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Fired Paradigm Agent Drops Bombshell Lawsuit on CEO

A fired Paradigm agent has filed a breach of oral contract and whistleblower lawsuit that alleges CEO Sam Gores mismanaged the company’s finances and made “vast personal gains by running Paradigm as his personal piggybank.” Debbee Klein‘s suit, filed at the Superior Court of California by Freedman + Taitelman LLP, makes a number of incendiary allegations...

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Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas Planning to Postpone Festival

Organizers of the dance music festival are focused on rescheduling for Oct. 2-4, a source close to the event tells Billboard. Organizers behind Electric Daisy Carnival’s sold-out 2020 edition in Las Vegas are planning to postpone the dance music festival to Oct. 2-4 and will announce a reschedule soon, a source tells Billboard. This year’s EDC Las Vegas...

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