FACTS: Appellee former manager filed a complaint against appellant musician alleging breach of contract for failure to pay royalties. The district court found appellant breached a modification agreement, awarded damages for failure to pay royalties on an album, and granted appellee attorney's fees and costs. The district court denied appellant's postjudgment motions for relief.
CONCLUSION: Judgment finding appellant musician liable for breach of contract and awarding damages, attorney's fees, costs, and interest affirmed in part, and reversed and remanded in part. Appellee former manager's claim was not actionable under state law, a determination of rescission of the contract was necessary, and evidentiary rulings were proper.
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