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RED LIGHT'S GRAMMY WINGDING: THEY MANAGED TO PARTY, AND VICE VERSA

At the Red Light post-Grammy party—unquestionably the most luminous of all gatherings—chieftain Coran Capshaw greets Patriots owner and business magnate Robert Kraft, who later confided that he’d considered buying the entire music business, because it would be a fun toy for his grandkids. 

Capshaw reminisces with COO Bruce Eskowitz and the company’s Will Botwin and Bruce Flohr. Later, everyone collected 15% of this photo. 


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COO Mike Harris, prexy Cindy Mabe, VP A&R Stephanie Wright and SVP A&R Brian Wright plan an exciting new viral marketing campaign in which consumers will hide messages in Chris Stapleton’s beard.

Trophy magnets and ATO/Caroline artists Alabama Shakes and pals wonder aloud how much weed you could fit in the horn of the little gramophone. 

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