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THE VIEW FROM
HITS LIST
Time to get the hell outta Dodge. (7/23a)
TOP 25 DEBUTS, 2023 TO NOW
We're impressed but not surprised. (7/23a)
YOU'LL FORGIVE US IF WE'RE A LITTLE DISTRACTED RIGHT NOW.
Today feels different. (7/22a)
EMINEM'S STREAK AT #1: LET'S DO THE NUMBERS
He's a one-man dynasty. (7/22a)
NEAR TRUTHS: MIDYEAR MOMENTUM
The score at the half (7/19a)
THE GRAMMY SHORT LIST
Who's already a lock?
COUNTRY'S NEWEST DISRUPTOR
Three chords and some truth you may not be ready for.
AI IS ALREADY EATING YOUR LUNCH
The kids can tell the difference... for now.
INDIE DISTRIBUTION'S RISE TO GLORY
The discovery engine is revving higher.
Pub Crawling
THE POWER OF SONG COMPELS US
5/8/23

The Songwriters Hall of Fame has unveiled “The Power of Song: A Songwriters Hall of Fame Exhibit” at L.A.’s GRAMMY Museum. From now until 9/4, visitors to the exhibit can view, um, scores of never-before-seen artifacts linked to some of pop culture’s most enduring songs and their creators.

Highlights from the exhibit include original handwritten lyrics for Diane Warren’s “How Do I Live,” Steve Miller’s “Fly Like An Eagle” and Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman” alongside items from songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, John Mellencamp, Smokey Robinson, Carole Bayer Sager, James Taylor and Taylor Swift, among others—as well as musical instruments including Irving Berlin’s piano, Stevie Wonder’s harmonica, Terry Lewis’ bass guitar and drum machine, and Jimmy Jam’s keytar.

Honestly, they had us at “keytar.” For museum hours and ticket info, go here.