rolling stonesThe LA Times has analyzed the record and merchandize sales of 2006 to find that the oldies like the Rolling Stones and Madonna are still firmly in control (whether we like it or now).

The LA Times has analyzed the record and merchandize sales of 2006 to find that the oldies like the Rolling Stones and Madonna are still firmly in control (whether we like it or now). Here's the top 10:

The Rolling Stones Tim McGraw/Faith Hill Rascal Flatts Kenny Chesney Madonna Barbra Streisand Celine Dionne Red Hot Chili Peppers Bon Jovi Nickelback

It's worth going back to this article in mid-2006 in the New York Times that wondered whether the music industry's concentration on money making oldies will take the industry to the grave .

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