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NEAR TRUTHS:
DESERT SONG
Give I.B. a bottle of water. (4/12a)
AARON BAY-SCHUCK AND TOM CORSON: THE HITS INTERVIEW (PART ONE)
Bunny's hoppin' again. (4/12a)
COACHELLA: SETS TO SEE AND PLACES TO BE
Your desert deets are here. (4/12a)
SONG REVENUE: SONY
HITS FAST FORWARD
Walkin' tall in vintage fashion (4/12a)
THE COUNT: SUPERSTARS TO SURPRISE AT COACHELLA?
The latest tidbits from the vibrant live sector (4/12a)
THE NEW UMG
Gosh, we hope there are more press releases.
TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
No, not that one.
TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
Now 100% unlicensed!
THE B-SIDE
BEARTOOTH GRINS AND BEARS IT
2/23/24

Fans of Red Bull Records’ billion-streaming rock outfit Beartooth converged on Los Angeles’ historic Wiltern on 2/22 for the band’s sold-out, high-octane show with all the trimmings. We can report, however, that prior to the band taking the stage, there appeared to be some sort of hostage situation deep in the bowels of the historic venue as innocent label execs and Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo were subjected to the indignity of an industry tradeshot. Seen yearning for a quiet pre-show moment by the deli tray are (l-r) Red Bull Records’ Kenny “Tick” Salcido, Shomo, HITS’ correspondent-at-large Elizabeth Daubel and Red Bull Records’ Greg Hammer and Storme Whitby-Grubb.