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2018 MIDYEAR MARKETSHARE
UMG is dominating the first six months. (7/20a)
JACQUELINE SATURN: FEMALE AS FUCK
She runs rings around many of her male counterparts. (7/20a)
ANTE UP: I.B. BAD
ON VALUATION
Money changes everything. (7/20a)
AIRHEAD: A PAIR OF ARISTA-CRATS
Massey returns to Sony; His Cliveness returns to Cartoonland. (7/20a)
MAMMA MIA, WHAT
A HITS LIST
Includes the definition of dodecaphony. (7/20a)
WHO ARE THE RAINMAKERS?
We promise this special issue won't be dry.
THE A&R EXECS
That stands for Artists and Repertoire, in case you were wondering.
PIZZA AND MARKETSHARE
I'm winning this one.
THE BOILER ROOM
It's the new tape room.
Music City
ROLLING STONE: LAST BANDOLEROS "COULD BE THIS YEAR'S MOST IMPORTANT NEW COUNTRY BAND"
1/8/18

Hey, better late than never. Rolling Stone has a new feature called "Why the Last Bandoleros Could Be This Year's Most Important New Country Band," noting the Warner Music Nashville group's powerhouse musical recipe and how its Latin influences might be especially ripe for the mainstream. We've been praising these guys forever, but clearly the word is getting out. Label chief John "Espo" Esposito calls them "sideways" in the best possible way, noting that love for the band in the WMN building remains strong. Will Country radio recognize the immense promise as the Bandos continue to win frenzied converts on the road? Stay tuned. In the meantime, here's a taste of the sweaty, rockin'-roots intensity that is their live show, courtesy of a live clip of the stellar tune "River Man."