Does Grooveshark Offer a Free Music Trial?


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The streaming music service Grooveshark shut down on April 30, 2015, as part of a settlement between three major music labels and the company and no longer offers subscriptions. This was the result of a lawsuit filed against Grooveshark by Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment.

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Three University of Florida graduates founded the company in March 2006, and for the first two years it offered downloadable music as a paid service. Questions about the legality of the service quickly arose, however, which eventually led to claims of copyright infringement and the inevitable shutdown of the service.

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