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NEW YORK (AP) â Another music festival is making its debut â this one outside of Nashville, Tennessee, and paying homage to history.
A mobile phone app that allows users to send music to each another for free has raised $30 million from private investors including Russian billionaire and Chelsea soccer club owner Roman Abramovich. Music Messenger, co-founded by Israeli entrepreneur O.D. Kobo and launched seven months ago, said on Tuesday Abramovich had invested $15 million. Other backers included Benny Andersson from pop band ABBA, artists David Guetta, Will.i.am and Avicci, and Gee Roberson, manager of Nicki Minaj, who is also an investor. Music Messenger allows users to create multiple playlists and send music to each another's mobile phones for free.
NEW YORK (AP) â Julia Wolfe's "Anthracite Fields" has won the Pulitzer Prize for music.