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UMG REVS RISING,
SUITORS CIRCLING
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Change is nigh.
Music City
TEARS OF JOY
7/19/18

After previewing her forthcoming album, Cry Pretty—her first full-length release for Capitol Nashville, due 9/14—country megastar Carrie Underwood posed for this cheerful photo op with her team. UMG Nashville boss Mike Dungan felt safe enough to divulge that he cries whenever a new issue of HITS comes out, and it ain't pretty. Seen feeling more jocose than lachrymose are (l-r)  Dungan, SVP Promo Royce Risser, Underwood, COO Mike Harris, UMGN President Cindy Mabe and The HQ's Ann Edelblute.

 

Photo Credit: Chris Hollo