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APPLE MUSIC'S
YEAR-END LEADERS
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RON PERRY: SUPERCHARGING THE BIG RED MACHINE
Hoodie man doin' work (12/2a)
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THE YEAR IN MUSIC
How Swede it is. (12/2a)
RAINMAKERS 2020
Bring your umbrella.
GRAMMY OUTLIERS
Mulling possible surprises.
ZOOM THANKSGIVING
We're virtually stuffing ourselves.
TRUMP'S LAWSUITS
He's lost 25 out of 26, and so tired of winning!
Pub Crawling
"SOMEWHERE" IN NASHVILLE
7/21/16


Capitol Nashville
's Dierks Bentley recently enjoyed a two-week run at #1 on Mediabase's Country radio chart. In the above pic, he can be seen celebrating the fruits of his labor with his songwriting team; they are (L-R) SESAC's Michael Tyler (peermusic), BMI's Alexander Palmer (BMG Nashville), Bentley, ASCAP's Josh Mirenda (Warner/Chappell) and Dave Kuncio (The Brain) and SESAC's Jaron Boyer (peermusic) A platter of tequila-infused fruit was then passed around, and UMG Nashville ruler Mike Dungan may or may not have been wearing a hula skirt. We imagine life felt way less beachy the next morning.

This marks Bentley's 14th #1. Tyler, Palmer, Mirenda and Kuncio are now first-time #1 songwriters; Boyer achieved such an honor once before.

Black, the album on which "Somewhere" is housed, is now certified gold. And follow-up single "Different for Girls," which features Elle King, just broke into the Top 20 at Country radio.