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I.B. BAD TUNES IN
New label bosses, Grammys, must-see TV, more. (1/19a)
NIPPER TAPS CO-PRESIDENTS
...or Riccenstein (1/19a)
MARKETSHARE
IN THE U.K., 2017 
They're pounding it across the pond. (1/19a)
HITS LIST & VINE
Not so lonely at the top (1/19a)
THE GRAMMY WHISPERER PICKS MORE  KEY WINNERS
Grein does some genre-jumping. (1/19a)
GRAMMY WHAMMY
Who's performing, for reals.
PLUGGING INTO POWER
Which major pop figure is pondering a move into politics?
BUILDING A BETTER PIZZA
Let's talk crust.
I'M A STABLE GENIUS
Pass the Big Macs.
Music City
STATE OF THE STATE: BIG MACHINE LABEL GROUP
7/7/17
Scott Borchetta’s engine that could had another monster with Florida Georgia Line’s #1 “God, Your Mama and Me,” while Thomas Rhett established his bona fides as a mainstream star with a Grammy nom to add to his ACM Male Vocalist win. Brett Young fired two singles to #1, and Brantley Gilbert, Reba McEntireCheap Trick and FGL all took turns as top-selling release. Carly Pearce scored with “Every Little Thing,” while Team Machine broke newcomers Midland in a big way, as the breezy “Drinkin’ Problem” became the label’s fastest-rising debut single since its inception. And speaking of drinkin’, BMLG launched its own vodka line. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift made a dramatic return to the streaming world. Mike Rittberg came aboard as the company’s first Chief Marketing Officer, and a partnership with Bell Media has Borchetta exec-producing and starring in new TV music-competition series The Launch, co-starring Ryan Tedder and Fergie and airing next year. You can also watch Big Machine TV, a proprietary video platform in tandem with Comcast.
 
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