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BIEBER'S CHANGES DROPPING ON VALENTINE'S DAY
There's a tour too. (1/28a)
KEN TELLS ALL
Mr. Ehrlich talks about Kobe, the Academy and Fame. (1/28a)
AND THE GRAMMY GOES TO...
The list. (1/28a)
TREVOR DANIEL SIGNS TO PULSE
Pubco's first big inking post-deal. (1/28a)
HOW THE GRAMMYS BROUGHT THE HEALING
We use words like 'gravitas." (1/28a)
SUPER BOWL!
It's apparently some kind of sporting event.
HOW DOES GRAMMY MOVE ON?
From scandal to ... status quo?
VALENTINE'S DAY
The price of love must be carefully calculated. (Cough, Bieber tickets, cough.)
JOHN BOLTON TO TESTIFY!
Just kidding. Mitch and Lindsey won't let that happen.
Pub Crawling
REMEMBERING JEFF CARLTON
8/23/18

John Ozier, Executive Director of the Nashville Chapter of the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP), issued the below statement on the passing of prominent Nashville music publisher Jeff Carlton.

“AIMP Nashville is deeply saddened by the passing of Jeff Carlton, who devoted over 30 years of his life to the independent music publishing community in Nashville. His work was integral to the rise of local songwriters like Tony Martin, Lee Thomas Miller, Monty Criswell, and Jimmy Ritchey, not to mention Erin Enderlin, who he signed as an independent publisher and led to massive recordings such as Alan Jackson’s ‘Monday Morning Church’ and Lee Ann Womack’s ‘Last Call.’ Just this May, we honored Jeff with our AIMP Nashville Independent Spirit Award. While he could not be there to accept it himself, we felt his presence through his son Robert, who was gracious enough to say a few words on his behalf. We will miss Jeff dearly, as will the entire Nashville independent music publishing community.”