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GRAMMY CHEW: WHO COULD BE THIS YEAR’S BRANDI CARLILE?
Lenny and Simon speculate and salivate as the kreplach is served. (9/19a)
RIHANNA FOLLOWS PLATT TO SONY/ATV
Loyalty in action (9/17a)
TAYLOR SWIFT JOINS THE VOICE AS MEGA MENTOR
Tay knows how to pick her spots. (9/17a)
BEYONCÉ ROARS IN PRIME TIME
So does Bey. (9/16a)
AMAZON GOES HI-RES
Alexa, what does "16-bit/44.1kHz" mean? (9/17a)
MORE RAINMAKERS
The players who made it happen.
WHAT ABOUT THOSE LEAKS?
Even funnier in French.
RIHANNA'S ETA
And about $50m in funding.
THE BUNDLE BUNGLE
When will the rules change?
Music City
FGL QUENCHES BIG MACHINE'S THIRST AT VODKA 400
9/9/19

Florida Georgia Line have elevated their larger-than-life onstage performances from headliners of massive arenas, stadiums and their Las Vegas residency, to hosting their own music festival at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Their multi-year FGL Fest kicked off 9/7 with over 25k fans at the historic track. The packed bill featured Blanco BrownNellyDan + ShayCanaan SmithPayton Smith and Mitchell Tenpenny.  

FGL then joined Big Machine President/CEO Scott Borchetta on 9/8 for the Big Machine Vodka 400 at The Brickyard, also in Indianapolis. The duo served as Grand Marshals, while Borchetta gave the call for drivers to “start their engines!” Joining them at the historic IMS track were label mates Danielle Bradbery with a stunning rendition of the national anthem, and newcomer Callista Clark performing “God Bless America.”  

Excitement is already building for next year as the high-octane racing event, plus namesake concert, move to Fourth of July weekend in 2020.

Pictured at FGL Fest, just before test-driving a formula one car to the nearest designer-vodka watering hole, are (l-r) Borchetta, FGL's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, and Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles

Photo: The Holy Mountain