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TWO JEWS CHEW ON
THE GRAMMYS
Pass me a knish. (5/24a)
SONY STARS SET
HITS LIST ABLAZE
They're fire. (5/24a)
THE IVORS 2019: ALL THE WINNERS
Theresa May wasn't even on the shortlist. (5/24a)
CROSSCURRENTS: HITSVILLE USA
A Berry important chapter of the story (5/24a)
SONG REVENUE CHART: PLAYOFF FEVER
We're in a generational moment. (5/24a)
THE DIVA PLAN
How pop stars from the pre-streaming era are finding a new groove.
RAINMAKERS RETURN
More of the folks who are making biz history now.
THE FUTURE OF ROCK & ROLL IS...
Hang on, we just need to throw this TV out the window.
AFTER COUNTRY TRAP
Is reggaeton death metal far behind?
Critics' Choice
CROSSEYED & LEGLESS
7/23/15

Though we weren’t invited to the listening party for Keith RichardsCrosseyed Heart (one word, no hyphen; Republic, 9/18), we’re enjoying the lead cut, the quintessentially Keith, fittingly titled “Trouble,” which was well worth $1.29. Yep, we actually peeled for the sucker—we’re old-school, like the man himself.

The new record has been a long time coming, to say the least—Keith’s last one was 1992’s Main Offender, from back in the Jeff & Jordan days at Virgin. Do yourself a favor and play the new one and the earlier album’s unsung classic “Wicked as It Seems” back to back, preferably with your go-to substances; it’ll make your evening.