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TAYLOR BREAKS ANOTHER RECORD WITH ANOTHER RECORD
Oops...she did it again. (11/17a)
"DESPACITO" DOMINATES 2017 LATIN GRAMMYS
...to no one's surprise. (11/17a)
THE FOUR: CW TO GET HIS CLOSE-UP (UPDATE)
Charlie is ready for prime time. (11/17a)
GERSON ON BREAKING THE GLASS CEILING
The trailblazer talks. (11/17a)
THE GRAMMY TELECAST WILL HONOR THE DEPARTED (BUT PLEASE, GOD, NO MORE)
Who will get a special tribute on the telecast? (11/17a)
GRAMMY SHOCKERS
You just wait.
WHAT WAS ON THAT PIZZA?
I think I'm hallucinating.
WHO WILL DOMINATE THE HOLIDAYS?
Stockings await.
MAJOR EXEC SHUFFLE
The deals aren't done yet, but when they are? Hoo-boy.
Critics' Choice
THE RETURN OF HARD CORE
11/13/17

Loverboy guitarist Paul Dean's debut solo album, Hard Core, is now available digitally for the first time. That's right folks; you can find it on Spotify and Apple Music, as well as iTunes, Google Play and more.

This is undoubtedly an exhilarating set, as evidenced by the album's first single, "Sword & Stone," which was written by Paul Stanley, Bruce Kulick and Desmond Child, and was originally intended for KISS' Crazy Nights album. Fun fact:  track "Under the Gun" even features a Jon Bon Jovi harmonica solo.

Keep in mind that the digital drop of Hard Core—originally released in 1989 via Columbia Records—serves as a precursor to long-awaited new material, which Dean has been working on and is nearly ready to introduce to the world.

Celebratory head-banging is encouraged.