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HITS HIGH 5: FEELS LIKE SUMMER

The station wagon is loaded for our Memorial Day weekend getaway at a trailer park in Oxnard so faster than you can say “I’ve got shotgun,” we’ve got the HITS High 5. Remember to wave to us from your choppers on your way to Montecito!

We presented the first installment of a series that will continue through next year's Grammys from the plate-spinning team of Beer and Glickman.

A report notes that some private-equity investors are balking at the high asking price Vivendi has set for a stake in UMG and that the sale process is moving mighty slow.

As Black Music Month approaches, here’s a sampling from our continuing narrative on the evolution of African-American music. 

Two music docs are on their way, one chronicling the life of Clarence Avant and the other taking us back to the heady days of Laurel Canyon.

Big Machine/John Varvatos Records’ Badflower is celebrating their second Rock radio #1 for the  band. Manager Jesse Beer is treating the guys to a spread of kippers and kishka at Nate ‘n Al as we speak. 

AFTER THE GOLD RUSH: THE LEGACY OF ELLIOT ROBERTS
Honoring a legend. (6/25a)
7 AIMS FOR #1
Lil Nas X on a roll. (6/25a)
BLACK MUSIC MONTH: THE EVOLUTION OF "WHAT'S GOING ON"
Berry didn't hear a hit. (6/25a)
BLACK MUSIC MONTH: SELECTED '70S SONGS
The Me Decade was funky as shit. (6/25a)
KICKING IT INTO GRAMMY GEAR (UPDATED)
You can now submit with your chosen device. (6/25a)
THE DIVA PLAN
How pop stars from the pre-streaming era are finding a new groove.
RAINMAKERS RETURN
More of the folks who are making biz history now.
THE FUTURE OF ROCK & ROLL IS...
Hang on, we just need to throw this TV out the window.
AFTER COUNTRY TRAP
Is reggaeton death metal far behind?
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