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GRAMMY WEEKEND GALLERY

Biz Folks Party Down on Music's Biggest Weekend

RiRi-ality

UMG topper Lucian Grainge enjoys a schmooze with Def Jam head Steve Bartels and superstar Rihanna, shortly before Kanye bum-rushed the photographer.

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Black Magnetic/Epic’s A Great Big World, who nabbed a trophy for Best Duo/Group Performance, consult with Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Epic Chairman L.A. Reid and President Sylvia Rhone. Later, the pair composed a sad, tender ballad about having a massive Pop hit and winning an award for it.

British Hospitality

UMG top dog Lucian Grainge and Universal U.K. head David Joseph (r) reminisce about a proper English tea, while Republic Co-Chair Avery Lipman, accompanied by artist James Bay, reminisces about a Chumbawamba photo op from 1996.

A Cappella With Capos

Grammy-winning RCA vocal group Pentatonix was celebrating their victory with label brass when CEO Peter Edge asked about HITS Editor in Chief Lenny Beer, “Who is this nerd in the glasses, and why is he photobombing us?” Seen making money with their mouths are (l-r) producer Ben Bram, Beer, Edge, the group’s Kevin, Scott and Mitch, RCA Head of A&R Keith Naftaly, Prexy/COO Tom Corson and the band’s Avi.

 Full Disclosure

"Stay With Me" co-writer and Disclosure collaborator Jimmy Napes celebrates the Grammy-winning song's success with UMPG's Evan Lamberg (l) and Capitol U.K. head Nick Raphael. Soon it was lunchtime, during which Jimmy and Nick introduced Evan to an array of bewildering English foodstuffs.

Words, Music, Potato Salad

During WMG's pre-Grammy picnic, Warner Bros.-Warner/Chappell CEO Cameron Strang suggests Dwight Yoakam write an old-school country tune called "Streets of Burbank." Later, there were ribs.

 

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GUETTA GOES GLOBAL WITH WARNER MUSIC
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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?
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