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Everybody dance

4 March 2015 By Reynolds Holding

The oldest U.S. artists’ collective took in over $1 bln for the first time in 2014, much of it for songs streamed over the internet. That shouldn’t stop Congress or courts from revamping a system that underpays musicians. But it suggests such groups can survive in a Spotify era.

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