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BEN WINSTON TALKS GRAMMYS
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YOUR HANDY GRAMMY-WEEK GUIDE
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HIP-HOP AT 50
The astonishing first half-century of a world-rocking genre.
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in the catalog game is...
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THE GOP CONGRESS
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Music City
PLAQUES ON PLAQUES FOR ANDRESS
11/19/21

Warner Nashville’s Ingrid Andress brought her headlining Feeling Things tour to Music City on 11/18, where the multi Grammy-nominee was surprised backstage with plaques commemorating the gold certification of her debut album, Lady Like, along with the project’s #1 single, “More Hearts Than Mine,” which is now certified 2x platinum.

Pictured above before enjoying a heaping platter of hot chicken sandwiches are (l-r) rogue Manager/Co-Founder, Blythe Scokin; WMN’s VP, Radio & Streaming, Tom Martens; Sr. Director, Artist Development, Clark Tedesco; Andress; SVP, Radio & Streaming, Kristen Williams; SVP, Commercial Partnerships, Tim Foisset; and Sr. Director, A&R, Rohan Kohli.

Photo Credit: Acacia Evans