Selling Artist

Some articles on selling artist, selling, artists, artist:

2004 World Music Awards - Regional Awards
... World's Best-selling Artist/Australia Delta Goodrem World's Best-selling Artist/Canada Avril Lavigne World's Best-selling Artist/United Kingdom Dido World's Best-selling Artist/I ...
UK Singles Chart - History - Internet Era
... Legal downloading was initially small, with MyCokeMusic selling over 100,000 downloads during its first three months ... months, supporting the general view that the chart reflects the top-selling "current" releases ... to increase whilst physical sales continued to fall more artists entered the top 40 early, and fewer singles entered the chart directly at number 1 ...
Backstreet Boys Discography
... number four and eventually became the tenth best-selling album of the 1990s ... It became the best-selling album of the year and sold over 30 million copies internationally ... The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, selling over 291,000 copies in its first week of release ...
2000s (decade) - Popular Culture - Music
... commercial peaks, and the genre continued to dominate the music scene of the decade The best-selling artist of the decade was the American rapper Eminem, who sold 32 million albums, followed by The ... The best-selling female artist of the decade was Britney Spears ... Billboard magazine named Eminem as the artist with the best performance on the Billboard charts and named Beyoncé as the female artist of the decade ...

Famous quotes containing the words artist and/or selling:

    A person taking stock in middle age is like an artist or composer looking at an unfinished work; but whereas the composer and the painter can erase some of their past efforts, we cannot. We are stuck with what we have lived through. The trick is to finish it with a sense of design and a flourish rather than to patch up the holes or merely to add new patches to it.
    Harry S. Broudy (b. 1905)

    I concluded that I was skilled, however poorly, at only one thing: marriage. And so I set about the business of selling myself and two children to some unsuspecting man who might think me a desirable second-hand mate, a man of good means and disposition willing to support another man’s children in some semblance of the style to which they were accustomed. My heart was not in the chase, but I was tired and there was no alternative. I could not afford freedom.
    Barbara Howar (b. 1934)