THE FUTURE OF THE MUSIC BUSINESS
THE FUTURE OF THE MUSIC BUSINESS

Updates for the 4th Edition by Steve Gordon

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Excerpts from “The Four Most Important Contracts In the Music Business”

These excerpts are from a video program featuring music attorney Bob Celestin and me recorded on Wednesday January 7, 2016. Attorneys can  acquire CLE credit at http://www.lawline.com/cle/course/the-four-most-important-agreements-in-the-recording-music-publishing-industries. Overview of Program Music Publishing: Admin Deals How Not To Be Completely Screwed By A… Continue Reading →

Book Party Video

This video was made at the Cutting Room, NYC in September 2015 : https://www.facebook.com/steve.gordon.37266

RAPACON: Coming this November!

My client Curtis Sherrod is launching this new venture celebrating hip hop www.rapacon.com ‪#‎rapacon‬

Published!

4th edition !  

THE CONTRACT FROM HELL THAT AN ARTIST SHOULD NEVER SIGN & HOW TO MAKE IT FAIR

http://nysbar.com/blogs/EASL/2015/03/artist_agreements_part_1_artis.html

The 11 Contracts Every Artist, Songwriter and Producer Should Know – 1st Installment: MANAGEMENT AGREEMENTS

IN THIS INSTALLMENT, we will discuss management agreements.  As I wrote in “Now You Know Everything about Music Managers,” managers have never played a more important role in the music business than they do today.  If you have taken or… Continue Reading →

The 11 Contracts Every Artist, Songwriter and Producer Should Know

INTRODUCTION Although there is no truly “standard” agreement, many music business contracts begin as “form” agreements before the terms are negotiated. Often, there are two versions of a form agreement: one that represents the best interests of creators, including artists,… Continue Reading →

My interview with KCBS San Fran regarding BMI v. Pandora

http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/audioPop.jsp?episodeId=945170&cmd=apop

Invited to speak at SXSW regarding Flo & Eddie’s legal victories against Sirius XM for failing to pay to play pre-72 recordings

http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_MP991232

Irving Azoff’s threatened $1 billion dollar lawsuit against YouTube

My Interview on CBS Good Morning

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