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TOP 20: DEAD HEAT
Down to the wire. (6/28a)
STREAMS HIT BIG BENCHMARK
Merrily we roll along. (6/28a)
GREIN ON GRAMMYS, FIRST TAKES: BEST NEW ARTIST
The Whisperer returns. (6/28a)
LYOR'S NASHVILLE 4TH
Music City meets the Googletube. (6/28a)
GRAMMYS HEADING BACK TO L.A.
But first, a stop in the Big Apple. (6/28a)
WE KIDNAP A NASHVILLE SONGWRITER
...but then things go sideways, kinda.
HITS' 31ST ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
How will we fill the white space between those lovely, lovely ads?
WHAT WAS ON THAT PIZZA?
Dude, I feel weird.
STEVE MOTHERFUCKING MILLER
Show some respect.
THE B-SIDE
Nicole Atkins (Single Lock)
3/14/17

WHAT IT IS: Get ready for a ’60s-inspired, blue-eyed soul album with nods to Dusty SpringfieldJanis JoplinCandi Staton and Loretta Lynn.
ALBUM: Goodnight, Rhonda Lee
RELEASE DATE: Summer 2017
SINGLE: “A Little Crazy”
TV: TBD Summer 2017
LIVE: Multiple shows during SXSW 2017; on tour 5/1-17 with Old 97s
INTERNET: 10k+ Instagram followers, 25k+ Facebook likes
RADIO: TBD Summer 2017
PRESS: NPR (“A voice that could melt the heart of a devil… When Nicole Atkins sings, she sounds like Roy OrbisonPatsy Cline and Janis Joplin all rolled into one voice”), New York Times (“… a soaring, dramatically powerful voice”), Rolling Stone (“Atkins has a big voice full of longing, Loretta Lynn elegance and slightly surreal folk-pop that evoke moonlit walks with the shadows closing in”), BBC (“Her voice is that of a tremolo-fuelled siren, at once adult and nakedly emotional…”)
BOOKING: Paul LohrJon McCoyNew Frontier
PUBLISHING: Self-published
MANAGEMENT: Vickie Starr/Girlie Action