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- December 27 Night Ranger
- December 28 Bruce in the USA - A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen
- December 28 | 8 : 00 Time Traveler, A Moody Blues Tribute
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|Boston & Record Store Day|
|Written by Sandra Miller|
|Monday, 25 March 2013 13:48|
Scholz being sued over song rights & More Record Store Day releases
A manager from Boston's early days has filed suit against Tom Scholz over who owns the songs from the group's first two albums -- the ones that contain most of the hits. Based on a 1975 contract, Paul Ahern and his company, Next Decade Entertainment, claim publishing rights to everything Scholz wrote between 1975 and 1980. Scholz points to a 1978 modification that he says makes him the rights owner. By law, copyright reverts from the record company to the author after 35 years, and since Boston's second album, Don't Look Back, turns 35 this year, there could be lot of money at stake.
Here are a couple more albums - actual albums - to look forward to on Record Store Day, April 20. The Rolling Stones' Five by Five EP will be available on 7-inch vinyl for the first time since 1964. Bon Jovi Live is a 12-inch picture disc with four songs, including "Livin' on a Prayer." Dio and Killswitch Engage will split a 7-inch single with two versions of "Holy Diver."
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 13:36|