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DAILY BEAST: AMATO PUSHED OUT OVER HARASSMENT CHARGES
Not a good look. (7/16a)
I.B. BAD: BROADWAY TO MAD AVE.
Building a new Arista. (7/17a)
THIS BRAND IS MY BRAND
Nashville's new endorsements (7/17a)
QUEEN TO GRAMMYS: WE WON’T ROCK YOU
But other honorees will. (7/16a)
MIRANDIZED
Includes a Holly Gleason sighting. (7/16a)
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
DAWSON LAYS IT "ALL ON" THE STAGE
4/11/18

Warner Music Nashville's Devin Dawson, whose breakout smash "All on Me" recently went #2 at Country radio, wowed the crowd at L.A.'s sold-out Roxy Theatre last night.

There, HITS' Samantha Hissong somehow stumbled into this photo op after asking a kind stranger, aka Sandbox's Todd Ramey, for some gum. Similarly, when she walked into the HITS offices five years ago, she was looking for a restroom and stayed for the free Keurig coffee.

Hissong has yet to mutter a word since last night, but she did manage to sign the words "literally so dreamy." In her DMs last night, however, she pointed out that the evocative lyricism and hip-swaying sounds of songs like "Secondhand Hurt" and "I Don't Care Who Sees" could successfully stitch up the most shattered of hearts. Other standouts included next single "Asking for a Friend" and fan fave "Placebo."

Dawson, who was nominated for this year's New Male Vocalist ACM, is currently doing a handful of headline dates while also out on the Brett Eldredge tour. Click here for dates.