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HITS ' HIGH 5: LEGALLY BINDING

The legal biz has come a long way since the days of Dewey, Cheatem & Howe, and our look at how lawyers have affected the music biz is where we start this week’s HITS’ High 5.

I.B. Bad has a  two-part look at lawyers who have shaped the music industry—part one is here,  two is here—and here’s an overview of the ones who ran labels.

Sony Corp.  created a new Sony Music Group, uniting Rob Stringer’s Sony Music Entertainment and Jon Platt’s Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

Ken Ehrlich, who has been producing the Grammy Awards telecast since 1980, will take a bow after executive-producing next year’s 62nd Grammy Awards.  

The New York Thruway is in no danger of being closed in mid-August. 

Here’s a look at who's enjoying the most action on Spotify's U.S. Top 50 chart for the week of 7/11. That reminds me, I could use a Slurpee to beat this heat.

 

 

 

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