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HITS LIST IN BLOOM
From the desert to the sea (4/16a)
ON THE COVER:
AARON BAY-SCHUCK
AND TOM CORSON
Bunny's hoppin' again. (4/16a)
DESERT HEAT:
PAUL TOLLETT
The cat in the hat is calling the shots. (4/15a)
THIS HITS PHOTO GALLERY IS WANDERING IN THE DESERT
Photographic proof of the weaselfest (4/15a)
THE COUNT: SUPERSTARS TO SURPRISE AT COACHELLA?
The latest tidbits from the vibrant live sector (4/12a)
THE NEW UMG
Gosh, we hope there are more press releases.
TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
No, not that one.
TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
Now 100% unlicensed!
Blighty Beat
CO-OP LIVE ROCKS WITH BLACK KEYS
3/4/24

The Black Keys will be the first rock band to perform at Co-op Live, the U.K.’s largest live entertainment arena, during its opening week. The Oak View Group’s venue in Manchester has the duo booked for 4/27.

Comedian Peter Kay will open the arena with two shows (4/23-24). The opening season already includes a seven-night Take That residency, a five-night U.K. by The Eagles’ final ever tour, Barry Manilow's only U.K. arena show and Eric Clapton’s first Manchester performance in 10 years. Olivia Rodrigo, Elbow and Nicki Minaj are booked for the venue’s opening weeks. The Black Keys will release their 12th album, Ohio Players (Nonesuch) on 4/5.

“At Co-op Live our aim is to bring world-class talent to a city that lives and breathes music, and this line up epitomizes that ambition,” Co-op Live Executive Director and General Manager Gary Roden. “With our doors opening in a matter of weeks, we can’t wait to welcome the world to Co-op Live.”

Co-op Live is a joint venture between Oak View Group and City Football Group. We just hope there are house drinks named after Pep Guardiola and Erling Haaland.