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HITS LIST: THEY WORK
HARD FOR THE MONEY

On this holiday weekend, we salute good old American values of industriousness and ingenuity—which we share with certain Swedes, Japanese, South Koreans and Canadians—predicated on the notion that true grit leads to the long green.

There’s no better example in the music biz than the legendary Marty Bandier, who tops our latest gathering of names on everyone’s lips, and whose empire became considerably more expansive this week, thanks to his friends in Tokyo and some wealthy investors from the United Arab Republic.

A pair of nontraditional entrepreneurs (QC’s Coach K, Jeff Kwatinetz), a format transformer (Lisa Worden) and a posse of wily veterans (Backstreet Boys) fill out Team USA, while Daniel Ek’s massive creation, K-Pop crusaders BTS and Toronto -based soon-to-be superstar Shawn Mendes comprise the international squad.

Now, let’s play ball—winner take all.  

SURF’S UP
FOR HITS LIST
Good vibrations (3/8a)
SPEAKING OF BESPOKE: THE BEN WINSTON INTERVIEW
Carpool Karaoke dude's in the driver's seat. (3/8a)
BHASKAR MENON,
1934-2021
EMI architect had a remarkable career. (3/8a)
GRAMMY PERFORMER LINEUP REVEALED
Is there more to come? You better believe it. (3/8a)
GRAMMY WEEK KICKS OFF
Hear we go again... but virtually this time. (3/8a)
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
A jazz chronicle of fighting the power.
GRAMMYS: WHERE TO FROM HERE?
After the snubs, the show.
ACQUITTED
In a phenomenal display of cowardice.
MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
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