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MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, PART 9: WHAT MADE CHARLIE GREAT?
GOAT? We sing of a promo giant (in a major key). (5/22a)
DYANA WILLIAMS, EBONY MOONBEAMS AND THE BIRTH OF BLACK MUSIC MONTH
The Mother of Black Music Month tells it like it was. (5/22a)
REASONS TO LOVE
THE "RAIN"
Why the new Gaga/Ari jam gives us the feels. (5/22a)
MEDIA: THE NEXT-GEN GLOBAL DISRUPTORS
ByteDance and other potential world dominators. (5/22a)
VIDEO SUPPLY & DEMAND IN THE
COVID-19 ERA
How to fill the pipeline when everyone's isolated. (5/22a)
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
We're having a BBQ in the hallway.
BLACK MUSIC MONTH
Celebrating the music that fuels the biz.
INSTACART
Dammit, we said DILL pickles!.
TRUMP SAID WHAT, NOW?
Just wondering if you still give a fuck.
Blighty Beat
A&R HEROES HONORED IN LONDON
11/7/18

The British A&R community was out in force for MBW's annual A&R Awards in London Tuesday, where Rob Stringer paid tribute to A&R Icon Simon Cowell and a number of rising and established stars were honored.

Atlantic Records won Major Label and Matt Healy from The 1975 presented his “noble” manager and label boss, Dirty Hit founder Jamie Oborne with the Sir George Martin gong. Other A&R winners included Joe Kentish of Warner Bros for pop/R&B; hip-hop/grime went to Benny Scarrs, Jack Foster and artist Dave from NBR Hood; electronic dance to Mike Pickering & Julian Palmer from Columbia; alt/rock went to Charlie Christie and Theo Lalic from September Management; and the adult contemporary trophy was handed to Dominic Fyfe from Decca Classics. Rising star at Virgin EMI Lunick Bourgess was given the Trailblazer gong by boss Ted Cockle.

Publisher winners were Good Soldier and BMG; the management award went to UROK and indie label to Domino. Producer of the year was Steve Mac and songwriter was Camille Purcell.

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