WillCall’s mobile app presents a curated list of live music shows. People can read about the band, listen to tracks, buy tickets, see which friends are planning on going, and invite other friends.
Editor’s Pick NEW YORK CITY — To celebrate Metallica now being available on Spotify, two former rivals — Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and Napster co-founder Sean Parker — took stage today at a Spotify event to talk about their crazy past and the future of the music industry.
Editor’s Pick Money can’t buy you love, the Beatles told us. Neither can $33 million in venture capital and massive celebrity endorsements from stars like Jimmy Fallon, Snoop Dogg, Julia-Louis Drefus, Alicia Keys, and Jim Carrey.
After remaining fairly quiet since its celebrity-laden launch in early June, the Napster co-founders’ social video chat app Airtime is finally getting some new features.
Airtime, the video-chat startup created by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, has done almost nothing since its June launch — and it only has about 100,000 users.
Facebook has filed its S-1 form with the SEC, announcing its intention to go public.
If you ever wondered what it would be like to be a billionaire before forty, look no further than Sean Parker.
Guest Post Jan Rezab is the CEO of social media and digital analytics company SocialBakers.
As if his involvement with Napster and Spotify wasn’t enough to shake up the music industry, Sean Parker has now also invested in music startup StageIt, according to a BusinessInsider report.
Editor's Pick “I had a model girlfriend and a BMW. I wore a Rolex. But I was really miserable,” says Scott Harrison, founder of charity:water, on the period leading up to its genesis.
Editor's Pick Sean Parker began his tour in the Internet spotlight by blowing up the music industry, and it apparently became sort of a hobby for the serial entrepreneur.