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UMG'S VALUATION NEARS $55B
Day one begins. (9/21a)
SAVE THE DATE: GRAMMY NOMS REVEALED 11/23
Whoa, that's early. (9/21a)
A HARD DAY’S
HITS LIST
Stars across the board (9/21a)
NEAR TRUTHS:
THE LUCIAN DECADE
A history lesson from I.B. Bad (9/21a)
SIR LUCIAN TURNS IT UP
As UMG goes solo, Grainge discusses leading the band. (9/20a)
HITS' 35TH ANNIVERSARY
A chronicle of the inexplicable.
GRAMMY: ALBUM OF THE YEAR
We make yet more predictions, which you are free to ignore.
2022 TOURS
May we all be vaxxed by then.
ROCK'S NEW CHAPTER
Power pop, global glam and the return of the loud.
THE B-SIDE
Ingrid Andress (Warner Nashville)
10/22/19
 

WHAT IT IS: This breakout songstress is chipping away at expectations of herself and her sound with debut single “More Hearts Than Mine.” The Colorado native first honed her skills writing with heavy hitters in the music community, such as Sam Hunt and Alicia Keys. She went on to earn several co-writer credits, getting her name on hits like Charli XCX’s “Boys.” With the release of her debut LP next year, Andress will continue to prove herself as one of the most unique and moving vocalists in the country space and beyond—one that is thrillingly honest, raw and refreshing.
ALBUM:
TBA
RELEASE DATE:
Early 2020
SINGLE:
“More Hearts Than Mine”
TV:
Seth Meyers, Today
LIVE:
The Lady Like Tour with U.K. & U.S. dates fall/winter 2019
INTERNET:
7m total YouTube views; 650k monthly Spotify listeners
RADIO:
Most Added new single at Country radio upon impact; iHeartCountry On the Verge artist; SiriusXM Highway Find
PRESS:
N.Y. Times (“‘More Hearts Than Mine’ is an elegantly written song about a love that lets you down”), Billboard (“One of Nashville’s most sought-after songwriters”), Rolling Stone (“honest and heartbreaking”), Paper (“A country pop rookie who can write a chorus like Sia”); included in Elle’s Women in Music issue
BOOKING:
Becky Gardenhire/WME
PUBLISHING:
 Arthouse/UMPG
MANAGEMENT:
Blythe Scokin/bluejacket