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2023 Year-End Music Market Income Report|RIAA

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Taped music profits in the U.S. in 2023 continued strong development for the 8th successive year. Overall profits grew 8% to a record high $17.1 billion at approximated retail worth. Streaming continued to be the most significant chauffeur of development with record levels of engagement in paid memberships, continued development in ad-supported profits, and growing contributions from brand-new platforms and services. At wholesale worth profits grew 7% to a record high of $11 billion.

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Live Music on I-Drive Orlando; Supper & & Dancing at Cuba Libra. Friday’s & & Saturday’s; DJ Night. Friday and Saturday; Live Acoustic Music. Fridays and Saturdays.

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Lauren Daigle Commemorates New Certifications at Heading Arena Program with RIAA President & & COO Michele Ballantyne

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( L-R: Leigh Holt (supervisor, maddjett), Steve Bartels (Creator, Music Bartels), Lauren Daigle, Caren Siedle (CEO Centricity Music), Michele Ballantyne (RIAA President & & COO), Andrew Lambeth (VP, Sales & & Advertising, Centricity Music))

This previous weekend, prior to taking the phase at a loaded Bridgestone Arena, 2x GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Lauren Daigle existed with plaques honoring current RIAA Certifications. Her 2018 record breaking album, Search For Kid, was formally accredited 2x Platinum. The advancement album debuted at No. 3 on the Signboard Top 200 albums chart and strengthened Daigle’s position as a pillar on the charts. She likewise got a plaque honoring the Gold Accreditation of her single, “Thank God I Do,” which is the lead single from Daigle’s 2023 self-titled album. It marks her sixth Signboard No. 1, making her the very first artist to have 2 songs leading the Leading Christian Tunes chart for more than 20 weeks.

Lauren Daigle is a two-time Grammy ®, seven-time Signboard Music, four-time American Music, and twelve-time GMA Dove Music Award winner. Considering that the release of her GRAMMY ® Acclaimed, 2x platinum-certified 2018 album Search For Kid, that included the 6x platinum-certified hit “You State,” Daigle has actually been a pillar on the Signboard charts. When Search For Kid debuted at No. 3 on the Leading 200 Albums chart, Daigle ended up being the very first female artist in history to at the same time strike the Leading 10 on both Signboard’s Pop and Christian Album charts. Her current GRAMMY Chosen and Mike Elizondo-produced, 23-song, self-titled album’s launching single, “Thank God I Do,” offered Daigle her sixth Signboard No. 1 and was just recently accredited Gold. She’s amassed over a billion streams and wowed crowds for many years with sold-out United States and global trips. Daigle continues to seal her status as a contemporary singing powerhouse with a substantial international fanbase.

Off phase, Daigle stays dedicated to investing her time to promote music education, deal with at-risk youth, and supply look after kids, the senior, and those in requirement through The Cost Fund, a company she established in 2018. To date, she has actually dispersed over $2.5 million to 42 nonprofits all over the world.

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Creative Community Applauds Modern Voice & Likeness Protections in AI Era

Governor Bill Lee Signs Landmark Bill During Nashville Press Conference with 
Multi-Platinum Country Stars Luke Bryan and Chris Janson

Pictured (L-R): House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-44), Luke Bryan, Governor Bill Lee, Chris Janson, RIAA CEO/Chairman Mitch Glazier & State Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson (R-27)

NASHVILLE, TN (March 21, 2024) – Often progress takes time, but mere weeks since its January 10 introduction, the bipartisan “Ensuring Likeness Voice and Image Security (ELVIS) Act was signed into law earlier today by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee at legendary lower Broadway honky-tonk Robert’s Western World in Nashville. The ELVIS Act establishes strong protections for every person’s unique voice and likeness against unauthorized artificial intelligence (AI) deepfakes and voice clones.

“This incredible result once again shows that when the music community stands together, there’s nothing we can’t do. We applaud Tennessee’s swift and thoughtful bipartisan leadership against unconsented AI deepfakes and voice clones and look forward to additional states and the US Congress moving quickly to protect the unique humanity and individuality of all Americans,” said Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Chairman & CEO Mitch Glazier. 

Five-time Entertainer of the Year and American Idol judge Luke Bryan addressed the crowd saying, “what an amazing precedent to set for the state of Tennessee. The leaders of this are showing artists who are moving here following their dreams that our state protects what we work so hard for, and I personally want to thank all of our legislators and people who made this bill happen. It’s hard to wrap your head around what is going on with AI, but I know the ELVIS Act will help protect our voices.”  

Nashville Harbor Records & Entertainment/Harpeth 60 Records’ chart-topping singer/songwriter Chris Janson expressed his appreciation noting, “It’s a pleasure to be here today. If it weren’t for moving to this town and busking up and down the street begging for a gig, I would not be where I am today. It takes real leadership, and it takes a real team coming together to protect us. I came here wanting a voice, wanting to be heard and to sing in a Lower Broadway honkytonk. Do you know what that means to a kid from the Midwest or South Florida or all of these other cities around the world? It means they made it, and now we need to protect our voices from AI-generated deepfakes using our voices, our dreams. I love what I do, I’m so grateful for my job, and I’m grateful for leadership who cares. Thank you for passing the ELVIS Act today!” 

Other prominent members of the music community – many who have lent support from the beginning – were on hand to celebrate the ELVIS Act, including Natalie Grant; Bernie Herms; Matt Maher; Maggie Rose; Wendy Moten; Drew Baldridge; Harper Grace; Tennessee Entertainment Commission chair Gebre Waddell; Stax Music Academy/Stax Museum’s Pat Mitchell Worley and Isaac Daniel; Sam Phillips Recording’s Jerry Phillips; Tora Tora’s Anthony Corder and Recording Academy Memphis Chapter Trustee Ken Shepherd.

“Fittingly named after one of the world’s most iconic voices, the ELVIS Act marks a history-defining moment – protecting us all from irresponsible and unethical AI. The Human Artistry Campaign applauds this strong, bipartisan effort to stop unauthorized AI-generated deepfakes and voice clones that steal essential parts of our individuality,” said Dr. Moiya McTierHuman Artistry Campaign Senior Advisor“The life’s work and irreplaceable contributions of the creative community to our culture deserve safeguards that allow AI technology to be used responsibly without violating anyone’s rights or appropriating their art.”

State Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson (R-27) and House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-44) shepherded the ELVIS Act to unanimous General Assembly passage (93-0 vote in the House of Representatives and 30-0 in the Senate). Throughout the process, Country guitar-slinger Lindsay Ell, five-time Dove Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Natalie Grant, BMI Awards-winning songwriter/producer/Evanescence co-founder David Hodges, nine-time GRAMMY® Awards-nominated Contemporary Christian artist Matt Maher, singer/actor/author Chrissy Metz, hit songwriter/NSAI Board Member Jamie Moore, RIAA SVP of Public Policy Jessie Richard and legendary Christian artist Michael W. Smith spoke to the potential harms of unchecked AI deepfakes and voice clones.

From Beale Street to Broadway, to Bristol and beyond, Tennessee is known for our rich artistic heritage that tells the story of our great state. As the technology landscape evolves with artificial intelligence, I thank the General Assembly for its partnership in creating legal protection for our best-in-class artists and songwriters,” said Governor Bill Lee.

As Tennessee cements the fundamental rights all people should have to their likeness and voice, the U.S. Congress has also seen some federal progress with Senators Coons’ and Blackburn’s NO FAKES proposal and Representatives Salazar’s and Dean’s No AI FRAUD Act working towards a national response to unauthorized digital replicas and AI-generated voice clones. GRAMMY® Award-winning Country artist Lainey Wilson and Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason jr. as well as nearly 300 actors, artists, musicians and songwriters co-signing these basic yet necessary protections. See here.

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