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Swedish House Mafia cancel shows due to poor ticket sales
Swedish House Mafia have cancelled a number of shows on their ‘Paradise Again’ tour due to poor ticket sales.The Scandinavian dance trio of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso released their long-awaited debut full-length ‘Paradise Again’ in April and announced a world tour in support.The tour, which includes Alesso, Zhu, Vintage Culture, Grimes and Kaytranada on support, is set to kick off at the FTX Arena in Miami on July 29.But now the trio have announced the cancellation of shows at the Amway Center in Orlando on July 31, Madison Square Garden on August 2, TD Garden in Boston on August 9, Washington, D.C.’s Verizon Arena on August 11, and Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on August 17.The group previously cancelled three shows on the tour in April: MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey (August 3), Xcel Energy Center, Minneapolis (August 19) and Footprint Center, Phoenix (August 30).See full dates and buy tickets here.COUNTING DOWN THE DAYS! North America and Europe Tour is finally happening! Can’t wait to see you out there!https://t.co/g8Cat3ocyQ pic.twitter.com/yPbAZFmitS— Swedish House Mafia (@swedishousemfia) June 11, 2022Speaking to NME about ‘Paradise Again’ back in November, SHM said that the record would serve as “an invitation into our world”.In a four-star review of the new album, NME said: “Swedish House Mafia’s debut album sees the trio flexing their musical and emotional muscles across 17 brilliant, fearless and often surprising tracks. The kings of dance music are very much back.”Earlier this month, the group shared a new video for ‘Heaven Takes You Home (Connie’s Lens)’.
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Brian Wilson’s ex-wife is suing him over Beach Boys song royalties deal
Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson, has sued the musician over a deal he recently struck for the royalties of a number of Beach Boys songs.Wilson agreed a reported $50million (£38.1million) deal with Universal Music Publishing Group in relation to his songs catalogue back in December, though the deal was not announced at the time.Wilson-Rutherford, who was married to Wilson from 1964 to 1978, first sued Wilson over the matter in February at Los Angeles Superior Court, and the case was moved to federal court last Friday (March 25).Wilson-Rutherford is alleging that she is owed at least $6.7million (£5.1million) from the song rights that were sold to Universal last year, and has requested a full account of the royalties she claims Wilson owes her from the past seven years (via Reuters).Wilson and Wilson-Rutherford’s 1981 divorce settlement saw the latter take a 50 per cent ownership of Wilson’s songwriting royalties from the 170 compositions the Beach Boys musician wrote during their marriage, including ‘California Girls’, ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ and ‘Good Vibrations’.While Wilson-Rutherford was paid about $11million (£8.3million) from the writer’s share as a result of Wilson’s recent deal with Universal, she is now seeking the aforementioned $6.7million following the sale of his “reversion rights” – referring to US copyright law where artists can reclaim the rights to their songs 35 years after transferring them away – to the publisher.Her lawsuit adds that Wilson initially offered her $3.3million “to tie off all issues” between the ex-couple (via Rolling Stone), but Wilson-Rutherford then took legal action in February and alleged that she was owed twice as much.While they don’t dispute Wilson-Rutherford’s rights to the
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