In Vanity Fair's September issue, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter dishes about taking on Apple and her bad blood with Spotify.
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
Irving Fields turns 100 on August 4th and still woos crowds at some landmark NYC spots with his incredible piano playing. With Fields at the piano, CNBC's Dina Gusovsky spoke with him about the music industry, jobs, and his retirement plans ... or lack thereof.
Billy Joel helps Long Island say goodbye to the Nassau Coliseum.
It's impossible to keep up with all the world's headlines. Here are 10 things that may have slipped your radar this week.
Singer/songwriter Christina Grimmie, a season six contestant on "The Voice," is reading Manga thrillers and tales about faith this summer.
Tomorrowland is the largest electronic dance music festival in the world. CNBC's Phil Han reports on how DJs are pulling in massive crowds and becoming global superstars.
It's not quite a month old, but Apple's music streaming service has already reached 10 million subscribers, a website reports.
Today is the release date for rapper Prince Harvey's album stealthily recorded in an Apple store in Manhattan.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the government's regulatory impact on the music industry, with Brian Majeski, "Music Trades" magazine.
Inside the D’Addario family business that has been making strings for violins since 1680 in Italy, and makes products in New York.
The D'Addario family has been making strings for musical instruments dating back to the 1600s in Italy.
CEOs shouldn't be ignorant, tyrannical maestros — that's not how you inspire brilliance in your people, says conductor and consultant Itay Talgam.
Constant headphone usage has led to an increase in teen hearing loss, and one doctor is cashing in on hearing aids for millennials.
Ivan Feinseth, Tigress Financial Partners, weighs in on China's impact on Apple and gives an earnings preview.
Neil Young pulls the plug on streaming music services.
Neil Young will no longer sell his music to streaming services, and he says quality is the reason why.
Curtis James Jackson III, better known by his rapper name 50 cent, is filing for bankruptcy as he was ordered to pay $5M after he leaked a sex tape.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announces that he is running for president; Walmart is launching a rival sale to Amazon's recently announced "Prime Day", and rapper 50 cent has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Like many artists, Swift realizes that the promotional value of YouTube is as important as radio, and it's a key revenue driver.