Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Musicians find own way as labels struggle

"Singer Amy Correia has made two critically acclaimed albums, but for her next record she's changing her tune, reports CBS News Business Correspondent Anthony Mason. "I'm making this hopefully with the help of fans as opposed to a record label," Correia told an audience one night. In the brutal shakeout in the music business, Correia, like so many artists, was dropped by her label. So the 41-year-old singer turned to her most important asset: her fans"
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