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EMI soldiers on

IT’S NOT EASY LACKING GREEN: You’ve gotta hand it to the underdogs at EMI Music, who keep rolling along under the looming dark cloud of Terra Firma’s enormous debt load, and the resulting uncertainty, making things extremely difficult for the record company from luring new acts to working the ones it has on the roster. A telling indicator of the gutty job EMI staffers are doing is the attitude of managers who work with them, and the praise recently lavished on the company by Robbie Williams’ manager Tim Clark is said to exemplify the attitudes of other handlers of acts on the label. To wit, Lady Antebellum manager Gary Borman told the Financial Times last week that he was "thrilled" with EMI. "Their long-term financial stability is not of great concern to me,” he said. “They're doing their job well.” (3/2a)

REVENUE CHART:
DOUBLE DIVAS
The song we needed (6/4a)
IMPACTING NOW: THE PROMOTION COALITION
The buddy system in action (6/4a)
IN “BLACK LIKE ME,”
MICKEY GUYTON
NUDGES AMERICA’S CONSCIENCE
Making it real in Music City (6/4a)
A CHROMATIC TOP 20
Bringing joy to a world that desperately needs it (6/4a)
BROWN PUSHES FOR A "BEAUTIFUL" WORLD
Kane is able. (6/4a)
WHAT NEXT?
The biz ponders action after some reflection.
GRAMMY SPECULATION
100% guaranteed to be somewhat accurate, probably.
BLACK MUSIC MONTH
...continues.
TRUMP'S IN THE BUNKER
Just to inspect it, though.
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