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REVENUE CHART: SOMETHING YOU
CAN BANK ON
Time to fire up those calculators. (8/26a)
I.B. BAD: SEA CHANGE
The week that was will have plentiful repercussions. (8/26a)
EXCLUSIVES: YAY OR NAY? BRITISH EXECS SPEAK
In brief, they're not big fans of the practice. (8/26a)
HELP ME, WANDA
No, he's not the latest Bond villain determined to rule the world. (8/26a)
EMELI SANDÉ TEASES COMEBACK
Powerhouse singer has some unfinished business to take care of. (8/26a)
HITS' 30TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
All the photos you thought you'd destroyed.
EXCLUSIVELY YOURS (NOT)
A conundrum of the streaming age.
THE NEW DEAL
Why are we still signing agreements based on albums?
THE B-SIDE
7/5/16

 

 

Hailey Knox, a 17 year old singer-songwriter from New York, who created buzz from a live streaming app called YouNow is poised to become the word's first live streaming crossover music star, according to New York Times Page 1. Hailey, signed to S-Curve, is out now promoting her debut EP.

Steve Greenberg continues to sign interesting and forward looking artists.  Check out this link 

ARTIST DISCOVERY: HARLETSON
6/10/16

Check out this just-posted video of L.A.-based trio Harletson covering The 1975's "Paris." Just make sure your volume isn't set too high; the swarm of excited girls that could follow may put you in danger.

Harleston, who came together just last year, is managed by Faculty. We recommend you keep an eye on the harmonizing, acoustic guitar-wielding lads, also known as Nathan Harrington, Jackson Singleton and Weston Wilson. Early press looks include features from the likes of PopCrush, Just Jared and Tiger Beat.

WANGO TANGO: THE JUICY DETAILS
5/17/16

KIIS FM’s Ryan Seacrest knew better than to let the HITS mishpuchah into the gates of Wango Tango, which featured performances by Ariana Grande, ZAYN, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, Fifth Harmony, Iggy Azalea, DNCE, Mike Posner, and more. In true weasel fashion, we sent our undercover spy Maxine Krugman (the brunette pictured right), daughter of marketing consultant Jay Krugman, to the Top 40 fest this weekend to get us the juicy deets. Take it away, Maxine.

My personal favorites were definitely The Chainsmokers and Kygo. Gwen Stefani gave a performance reminiscent of her good ol' days with hits including "Hollaback Girl", "Rich Girl" and "Whatcha Waiting For", all of which the crowd went crazy for. The performances were fantastic, but the hard part about attending radio concerts is that the sets run too short and always leave us wanting more. All in all, the show was great and continues to be one of my favorite concerts to attend year after year.