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GREIN ON GRAMMYS: SURPRISES ON THE GRAMMY BALLOT
You can't tell the categories without a scorecard. (10/17a)
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE BIBLE'S CHART CHIEF
Silvio is stuck in the middle. (10/17a)
GREIN ON GRAMMYS: WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT FOR BEST NEW ARTIST
Grammy Whisperer is getting busy. (10/17a)
NEW RELEASES:
WAY IN THE P!NK (UPDATE)
You might say "shocking P!nk" this time. (10/17a)
iHEART SETS FORUM ALT ROCK SHOW
Some mainstream visibility for several excellent cutting-edge bands. (10/17a)
HITS GRAMMY SPECIAL
You buy ad now, yes?
WE WILL NEVER EAT PIZZA AGAIN
Of course, we said that last time.
EMINEM
The cypher vs. the cipher.
A WHOLE NEW CHESSBOARD
You can't tell the players without a trade rag.
Pub Crawling
ARCADE SONGS AIN'T PLAYIN'
9/22/17

Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter Gregg Wattenberg, who's worked on songs with the likes of TrainFive For Fighting and the Goo Goo Dolls, has launched his own independent publishing company Arcade Songs, with Tom Lee, who also serves as VP A&R (and who previously worked in that capacity at Columbia and Island, developing such acts as Neon Trees and The Gaslight Anthem).

The new pubco has a label partnership with RED/Sony and has worked on the creation of such tracks as Why Don't We's "These Girls" and A Great Big World's "Come On."

They're also celebrating the debut Columbia set from America's Got Talent winner Grace Vanderwaal, due 11/3. Wattenberg and Derek Fuhrmann co-wrote and produced her single "So Much More Than This," while the former co-wrote and produced two other tracks from the album.

Vanderwaal has garnered over 1m Spotify streams in a week and is soon to break iTunes Top 50 Pop singles chart. You can stream her latest single below.