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SWIFT STAYS IN THE
UMG FAMILY
...and makes an interesting request in her terms. (11/20a)
RAINMAKERS:
WHO ARE YOU?
We really wanna know. (11/21a)
I.B. BAD'S THUMBNAIL
HISTORY OF THE U.K.
MUSIC BIZ
School of Rock is in session. (11/21a)
A VISIT WITH
DAVID YAZBEK
Broadway genius is slumming bigtime by talking to us. (11/19a)
KANE BROWN: FUSING YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW
He's the man. (11/20a)
GRAMMY NOMINEES
Collect 'em all!
REVERBERATIONS OF TAYLOR'S DEAL
What does it all mean? What did it cost? Answer the second question first.
IS IT COLD IN HERE?
It's fine, really. We'd just like to feel our extremities again.
TURKEY AMNESTY
Isn't it time to end this outdated liberal practice and prevent these evil birds from entering our country?
Music City
CARRIE'S THINKING PINK
9/13/18

Capitol Nashville star Carrie Underwood, whose album Cry Pretty drops tonight, will flip the switch at the Grand Ole Opry to turn the signature barn backdrop pink in support of the fight against breast cancer. This will take place on 10/26 as part of the 10th annual Opry Goes Pink. And she's slated to perform twice that night. The moment marks a return for Underwood, who first flipped the switch back in 2009. 

"Cry Pretty Opry Goes Pink" packages—featuring Opry Goes Pink tickets, the new album due and a collectible print—have also been created. Starting today, $5 from every package and ticket sold will be donated to the cause. These can be snagged at opry.com and at (800) SEE-OPRY.