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NEAR TRUTHS: GRANDE, GRAMMY, GRAND TOTALS
The post-Grammy hangover. (2/19a)
THIS CHART STORY BELONGS TO u
A big thank you. (2/18a)
GENDER GAP WIDENS IN THE U.K.
Hitmakers in the U.K. are decidedly male. (2/19a)
FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC
A pair of dynamic duos leads the pack. (2/15a)
HITS LIST KEEPS FALLING ON MY HEAD
These rainmakers are anything but all wet. (2/18a)
THE WINNERS
What the Grammys tell us about a changing landscape.
COMMITTED TO ROCK
The biz players who are determined to get the volume back up.
MANAGEMENT DO-SI-DO
Big changes among big acts.
THE NEW SUPERSTARS
The old pop rules just don't apply.
Music City
GRAND OLE OPRY GETS LAY'D
10/2/18


    L-R: Morris Higham's Kyle Quigley, Brandon Lay, UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe, 
   Opry Director of Marketing Dan Rogers 

EMI Nashville breakthrough Brandon Lay debuted at the Grand Ole Opry this past Saturday. Introduced by long-standing Opry member Bill Anderson, Lay performed hit singles "Yada Yada Yada" and "Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers." 

Making the night even more special, immediately following his Opry performance, Lay went to the hospital to pick up his wife and newborn son Ryder Knox Lay, who was born on 9/27. Our super-eventful weekend, on the other hand, included a failed attempt at organizing our sock drawer and microwavable pizza bagels.