Charlie Walk has been elevated to President of the Republic Records Group. Monte and Avery Lipman jointly announced the big news this morning. Walk, hitherto EVP, has played a huge role in the career-best year of the company.
Great news: Sunday's L.A. Marathon shouldn't cause any disruption whatsoever in your meeting and socializing plans. Unless, of course, you need to go to the Four Seasons, the Peninsula or the Beverly Hills Hotel.
A new Forbes Q&A with Epic topper L.A. Reid describes him as "leading by motivating instead of micromanaging." The interview, promoting Reid's new memoir, finds him reflecting on his leadership style, the artists he's discovered and broken, and an industry he finds more collegial than cutthroat. Check it out here.
The final performers to be announced for Monday night’s Grammy Awards—bringing the total north of 30—are Alabama Shakes, Miguel and Joey Alexander. The Recording Academy also confirmed our 2/9 report that Taylor Swift will open the show.
What's better for a pre-Grammy #TBT pic than this classic eye-candy shot of Recording Academy chief Neil Portnow? Just like Monday night's telecast, this delectable image is all the way live. You're welcome.
Ozone/S-Curve pop/rockers We the Kings recently released a cover of "The Story of Tonight" from critically acclaimed Broadway musical Hamilton. Look within to watch the video and listen to their version, which even earned the approval of Hamilton composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Heading into the Grammy ceremony on Monday, we caught up with CBS’s live program President Jack Sussman, who gave us the lowdown how they’re approaching this year’s ceremony.
We asked the hardest-working man in showbiz for his thoughts about the loss of Glenn Frey and the upcoming Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala (2/14), during which all in attendance will bow down before him.
Kanye West's exact involvement with Tidal has been pretty low-key since its infamous launch, but the superstar just handed them a big exclusive today...
WALK CAPTURES THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION
Big news from the House that Monte built (2/11a)
RECORD HEAT: THE L.A. MARATHON
It's complicated. (2/11a)
GRAMMY LINEUP: AND THEN THERE WERE 30+
Soul rock and neo-soul will be capably represented. (2/11a)
THROWBACK THURSDAY: GRAMMY BEEFCAKE
Sorry, girls, he's married. (2/11a)
A "STORY" FIT
We the Kings invade Madison. (2/11a)