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HITS LIST IS
IN THE MAIL
A not-so-subtle reminder to fill out that ballot. (10/15a)
NEAR TRUTHS: THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
The lives behind live music. (10/14a)
HARVEY MASON JR.:
THE HITS INTERVIEW
The Grammy chief takes our call. (10/14a)
RAINMAKERS 2020: COMING SOON
It will rain again this fall--we guarantee it. (10/13a)
STEVIE WONDER PARTNERS WITH REPUBLIC
First music in 15 years. (10/14a)
RAINMAKERS 2020
Bring your umbrella.
GRAMMY OUTLIERS
Mulling possible surprises.
HALLOWEEN IN QUARANTINE
Why not wear a mask indoors?
ELECTION 2020
What drugs will help us get there?
THE B-SIDE
Tegan Marie (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville)
10/10/18

WHAT IT IS: Evolving from an online sensation to the youngest female country artist at a major label in 45 years, Tegan Marie has already come a long way in her young life. She catapulted into the national spotlight with her breathtaking rendition of Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.,” which received more than 20m views online. Since then, she’s gone on to tackle a massive string of acclaimed performances and appearances on stages nationwide. The songstress kicked off 2018 with her debut Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville song, “Keep It Lit,” and released girl-power anthem, “I Know How to Make a Boy Cry” in June. Marie is currently in the studio working on new music with Scott Hendricks (Blake Shelton) and Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift). 
ALBUM: 
TBA 
RELEASE DATE: 
2019 
TV: 
Today, Good Morning AmericaThe Gershwin Prize: Smokey Robinson PBS special, Radio Disney Music Awards; more still to come later this year 
LIVE: 
Major N.A. fairs and festivals (including Stagecoach); multiple performances at the Grand Ole Opry 
INTERNET:
 More than 17m YouTube channel views; 1m+ followers across social platforms; already 2m audio streams and 5m YouTube views alone for “Keep It Lit” 
PRESS: 
Rolling Stone (“potential pop-country wunderkind”), Huffington Post (“primed to be country music’s first Gen-Z star”), USA Today, Billboard, more 
BOOKING: 
CAA 
PUBLISHING:
 Warner/Chappell 
MANAGEMENT: 
Sweety High