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YOUR ONE-DAYS: Luke Bryan will score his first #1 album on next week's chart and give Capitol Nashville its first #1 since Lady Antebellum debuted on top in September 2011. Here are this week's key debuts:

Luke Bryan (Capitol Nashville) 105-120k
Jimi Hendrix (Legacy) 65-70k
Boz Scaggs (429) 12-15k
Shake It Up 3 (Disney) 10-12k
How To Destroy Angels (Columbia) 10-12k

You may have noticed that Jimi Hendrix will have the second-biggest bow of the week, despite having shuffled off this mortal coil almost 43 years ago. People, Hell & Angels will apparently be the final album of unreleased studio material from the guitar god, who would've have turned 70 last year; it includes tracks he worked on in 1968-69 while developing the more groove-based sound he unveiled with his Band of Gypsys lineup. No matter the context, his playing still astonishes. (3/6p)

BHM PREVIEW: THE RHYTHM OF CULTURE, THE BLUES OF HISTORY
Let's start with a little lesson. (1/27a)
GLASS ANIMALS' NEVER-ENDING WAVE
British band's long and winding road to #1 (1/27a)
HITS EXEC TODD HENSLEY PROMOTED TO COO IN LIEU
OF RAISE
Want fries with that cow patty? (1/26a)
JNR CHOI'S ROCKET "TO THE MOON"
Buzzing newcomer is part of our latest New & Developing Artists class. (1/27a)
ROY RIFKIND,
1927-2022
Remembering an indie-label pioneer (1/26a)
OOH, LAS VEGAS
You're gonna make a poor boy outta me.
HOW I WISH THAT THERE WERE MORE
...than 24 hours in a day.
PALMS SWEAT, BLACKJACK
on a Saturday night
SIN CITY
Lamborginis and caviar Dry martinis, Shangri-La
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