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GREIN ON GRAMMYS:
BEST NEW ARTIST
Eight is enough. (10/23a)
RIDINGS TO
THE TOWER
Capitol wins a bidding war. (10/23a)
BORN AGAIN, AGAIN
"Star" power. (10/23a)
GREIN ON GRAMMYS: COUNTRY
History in the making? (10/22a)
THE LAST HURDLE (UPDATE)
The final call will go down in Brussels. (10/22a)
GRAMMY CONTENDERS
We chat with big stars, rising stars and next big things.
MMA FOR DUMMIES
Not Mixed Martial Arts; the Music Modernization Act, dummy.
IS IT COLD IN HERE?
...or are our bosses from outer space?
THE KIDS
They're leaning on the button.
Music City
ESPO GOES LIVE
1/24/18


Last night in Music City, Warner Music Nashville Chairman and CEO John Esposito hosted what we understand to be the first of many quarterly installments of #LiveFromEspo's

The gathering brought WMN executives and industry leaders to Espo's home for a live preview of singer Michael Ray's forthcoming album, which has yet to be named but is expected this spring. 

We assume our invitation to this intimate shindig was lost in the mail. 

Pictured just before the moshing began are WMN SVP Artist Development Shane Tarleton, EVP A&R Scott HendricksCountry Aircheck Publisher/CEO Lon Helton, All Access Country editor RJ CurtisMorris Higham Management President Clint HighamGrand Ole Opry GM & SVP Programming Sally Williams, talent exec Shanna StrassbergMichael Ray, WMN Chairman & CEO John EspositoDeaton Flanigen ProductionsRobert Deaton, Pandora's Head of Country Programming Rachel Whitney, Opry Entertainment President Steve Buchanon, NPR's Ann Powers, Pandora's Beville Dunkerley, Morris Higham Management's Buffy CooperCountry Music Hall of Fame's Peter Cooper, WMN's SVP A&R Cris Lacy and MusicRow EnterprisesSherod Robertson.