"Isn't this cool?" I said to him, holding up the t-shirt. It had come as part of singer/songwriter Martin Sexton's pre-order bundle for his new CD, Mixtape Of The Open Road. A list of tour dates skated down the backside. On the front was a cassette tape rendered in retro-distressed style. He stared at it for a couple of seconds and made a snuffling sound.
Music and star power took center stage in a downtown Los Angeles federal courtroom Wednesday at the “Blurred Lines” copyright trial. During the second day of the proceedings, superstar musician Robin Thicke took the stand. Dressed in a conservative suit, Thicke appeared confident as he testified in the case that will decide whether the Grammy-nominated song ripped off R&B legend M ...
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