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DUO TO RULE ISLAND
Two heads are better than one. (6/18a)
GUETTA GOES GLOBAL WITH WARNER MUSIC
Bugs is dancing in the street. (6/18a)
REVENUE CHART:
LIL BIG BUCKS
Pull up the Brinks truck. (6/18a)
TOP 20: POLO MATCH
Looks like we have a horse race. (6/17a)
MUSIC’S HOTTEST FIRMS: GREENBERG TRAURIG
Myriad lawyers, no waiting. (6/18a)
RHYTHM, BLUES AND THE FUTURE
The musical tapestry we know as R&B.
WHO'S NEXT?
Predicting the next big catalog deal.
JUST THE VAX, MA'AM
Once we all get vaccinated, how long before we can party?
WORLDWIDE GROOVE
How is globalization bringing far-flung territories into the musical mainstream?
Music City
MORRIS, STAPLETON LEAD ACM NOMS
2/26/21

Chris Stapleton and Maren Morris lead the way with six ACM Award nominations with Miranda Lambert right behind them with five.

Ashley McBryde, poducer Jay Joyce and reigning Entertainer of the Year Thomas Rhett received four noms; with three each are Carly Pearce, Ingrid Andress, Dann Huff and HARDY. Among Morris’s six nods are her first Song of the Year and Video of the Year noms.

For the first time in history, every Single of the Year nomination features a female artist. And with Jimmie Allen, Kane Brown, Mickey Guyton and John Legend securing noms, it’s the first time  in ACM Awards history that four Black artists are nominated in a single year.

This year’s nominations include 14 artists and industry creators receiving their first-ever ACM Awards nominations: Tenille Arts, Spencer Cullum, Travis Denning, Kris Donegan, Alicia Enstrom, Jason Hall, Gena Johnson, John Legend, P!nk, Steve Mackey, Gwen Stefani, Benmont Tench, Chris Tomlin and Kristin Wilkinson.

The 56th ACM Awards will broadcast from three Nashville venues—the Grand Ole Opry House, Ryman Auditorium and The Bluebird Café—on 4/18 on CBS.

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