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Entertainment Music & Musicians

  • Adele ready to give the fans what they want

    British singer Adele gave fans a sneak peak of her latest album, four years after releasing her smash hit '21.'

  • Pitbull: Performing in Cuba would be historical

    Raised by a single, Cuban-immigrant mother, Pitbull would be honored to perform in her native Cuba. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull: The Latin culture knows how to work

    Pitbull claims that Trump didn’t know who he was speaking to when he made disrespectful comments about Cuban-Americans. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull: ‘Being Cuban-American, I’m already born politically incorrect’

    Pitbull likes to learn and chat with Republican Presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio but he hasn’t made any political endorsements (yet). TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull weighs in on the streaming music biz

    Pitbull is the latest artist to voice his concerns about the unfairness of the streaming business. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • We are on the brink of another crash: Pitbull

    Pitbull discusses not only making it in business, but maintaining it in business through economic storms. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull’s advice for making business deals

    Many brands approach Pitbull for endorsement deals and partnership but he makes his selections based on first impression meetings. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull: ‘A woman made me a man’

    Armando Christian Perez, AKA Pitbull, came from a humble broken household, which has fueled his drive and ambition. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • What does ‘DALE’ mean? A lot to Pitbull

    Checking in or checking out? Pitbull’s lexicon includes the often-used “dale.” TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull: Buffett listens to his gut

    Looking beyond the entertainment industry for mentors, Pitbull cites Warren Buffett and Carlos Slim as business people he admires. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Pitbull on music success: 90% business; 10% talent

    While Pitbull may have sold 5 million albums worldwide, it is his endless list of endorsement deals, not talent, that has been the key to his wealth. TUNE-IN: Pitbull: Fame & Fortune premieres Thursday, October 22nd at 10pm ET.

  • Put down phone, relive concert with app

    A new app called StereoCast allows consumers to download songs recorded from live concerts they've attended. Former EMI Music CEO Charles Koppelman.

  • John Fogerty as 'Fortunate Son'

    Musician John Fogerty, "Fortunate Son" author, discusses his memoir covering his life and career as a rock music icon.

  • Sony

    Sony may sell its half of Sony/ATV Music Publishing to the Michael Jackson estate, the catalog's co-owner, according to a report.

  • Grateful Dead: Charity concert a 'triple-win situation'

    Steve Liesman's conversation with American Express and members of the Grateful Dead about their free show at Madison Square Garden. The show is to benefit the Robin Hood Foundation.

  • The Grateful Dead flag flies over the parking lot at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., during a "Fare Thee Well" concert, June 27, 2015.

    The Grateful Dead and John Mayer have announced a free show in New York City, sponsored by American Express and designed to raise money for charity.

  • Are streaming music services hurting indie music?

    LA-based indie band Milo Greene talks about the music industry in the digital age at the Culture Collide Music Festival in San Francisco.

  • Grateful Dead to perform free concert at MSG

    CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with members of the Grateful Dead about their free show at Madison Square Garden to benefit the Robin Hood Foundation.

  • Elvis Presley’s Most Significant Gold Leaf Piano from Graceland

    Anything with a signature tie to the “King of Rock and Roll” is guaranteed to sell and one instrument could soon sell for over half a million dollars.

  • Why music streaming services are gaining traction

    Sunita Kaur, Asia Pacific managing director at Spotify, says streaming music services challenge the notion of access versus ownership.