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Billboard MagazineBillboard Magazine

Billboard Magazine

December 7, 2019

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

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United States
语言:
English
出版商:
Prometheus Global Media
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29 期号

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verve label group celebrates 19 grammy® nominations

TANK AND THE BANGAS BEST NEW ARTIST MADISON CUNNINGHAM BEST AMERICANA ALBUM ANGELIQUE KIDJO BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUM J.S. ONDARA BEST AMERICANA ALBUM JOSH CHEUSE BEST BOXED OR SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION PACKAGE (JOHN COLTRANE) OKLAHOMA! BEST MUSICAL THEATER ALBUM ANDREA BOCELLI BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM GUSTAVO DUDAMEL & LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC BEST ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE ANDREW NORMAN BEST CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL COMPOSITION YUJA WANG BEST CLASSICAL INSTRUMENTAL SOLO CHRISTIAN THIELEMANN BEST OPERA RECORDING JOHN WILLIAMS BEST ARRANGEMENT, INSTRUMENTAL OR A CAPPELLA (ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER) JULIA WOLFE BEST CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL COMPOSITION BOB HANLON & LAWRENCE ROCK BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM CLASSICAL NICOLA BENEDETTI BEST CLASSICAL INSTRUMENTAL SOLO WYNTON MARSALIS BEST CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL COMPOSITION MIRGA GRAŽINYTĖ-TYLA BEST ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE HILDUR GUÐNADÓTTIR BEST SCORE SOUNDTRACK FOR VISUAL MEDIA SEBASTIAN PLANO BEST NEW AGE ALBUM…

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HANNAH KARP EDITORIAL DIRECTOR ROBERT LEVINE INDUSTRY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR IAN DREW CONSUMER EDITORIAL DIRECTOR FRANK DIGIACOMO EXECUTIVE EDITOR, INVESTIGATION ENTERPRISE SILVIO PIETROLUONGO SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHARTS AND DATA DEVELOPMENT DENISE WARNER EXECUTIVE EDITOR, DIGITAL CHRISTINE WERTHMAN MANAGING EDITOR JENNIFER MARTIN LASKI EXECUTIVE PHOTO AND VIDEO DIRECTOR ALEXIS COOK CREATIVE DIRECTOR MELINDA NEWMAN EXECUTIVE EDITOR, WEST COAST/NASHVILLE LEILA COBO VICE PRESIDENT/LATIN INDUSTRY LEAD GAIL MITCHELL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, R&B/HIP-HOP THOM DUFFY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, POWER LISTS JASON LIPSHUTZ SENIOR DIRECTOR, MUSIC REBECCA MILZOFF FEATURES EDITOR EDITORIAL DEPUTY EDITORS Katie Atkinson (Digital), Joe Lynch (Digital) SENIOR EDITORS Danica Daniel (The Players), Nolan Feeney (Features), Gabriella Ginsberg (Digital), Sarah Grant (The Market), Lyndsey Havens (The Sound), Hilary Hughes (Digital), Colin Stutz (Industry News), Andrew Unterberger (Digital) INTERNATIONAL EDITOR Alexei Barrionuevo • AWARDS EDITOR Paul Grein • DANCE DIRECTOR Katie Bain SENIOR DIRECTOR Dave Brooks (Touring/Live Entertainment) • LEAD ANALYST Glenn Peoples • SENIOR EDITOR/ANALYST…

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style for music execs

Landing the perfect look for the Grammy Awards may be over-whelming for executives who are expecting to be photographed but aren’t aiming to steal the spotlight. Enter Harry Lambert, style consigliere to Harry Styles, and Kat Typaldos, style collaborator of Maggie Rogers. From their respective London and New York nooks, the two offer tips to industry insiders looking to shake things up. MENSWEAR GIVE OXFORDS THE BOOT “On a red carpet, I never tend to do an Oxford shoe. There’s something about a lace-up shoe that, for me, always takes it into that world of business. A boot looks clean with a suit, and one with a slight heel can elongate your legs. The Grammys are quite a fun and experimental place, so you can push it a little bit more, be a…

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where to say ‘cheers’

ROSSOBLU Wes Vause Senior vp publicity, Warner Music Nashville “The food is delicious, the space is beautiful, and it feels like a celebration the minute you walk in the door. There are plenty of options to please everyone … from vegetarians to carnivores.” SOHO WAREHOUSE Kevin Weaver President, Atlantic Records, West Coast “It’s just down the street from our new home [in the Arts District] and a perfect option to bring artists to. The space has an awesome creative energy — and the view is unbelievable.” MAJORDOMO Wendy Ong President, TaP Management and Records “I love the industrial location north of Chinatown — heading there after dark is like stumbling upon a speakeasy. The food is tasty modern Asian coupled with an American fine-dining experience.” HARRIET’S ROOFTOP Eric Wong COO, Island Records “This hidden gem in West Hollywood at the 1…

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long live these looks

“Typically, I’m not that impressed with Grammy looks,” says costume designer/stylist Marko Monroe, who has spent the past year honing a statement-making aesthetic for his first-ever client, eight-time nominee Lizzo. “I like people who push the button.” As the Arkansas native, 30, begins planning the singer-rapper-flutist’s red-carpet ensemble — “I’m not leaving anything off the table” — he revisits his five favorite Grammy looks to date. TLC 1996 “Clearly, they were predicting the future because everyone wants to look like this right now,” says Monroe of the girl group’s coordinating bralette and oversize pant ensembles. “I love that the three of them aren’t playing into typical formal attire, and I’m so obsessed with Left Eye’s hat. I would love to have that hat.” DIXIE CHICKS 1999 “People overlook the Dixie Chicks, but Natalie Maines…

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grammy gifting do’s and don’ts

WHEN THEY’RE NOT WORKING on Grammy campaigns in the months leading up to music’s biggest night, executives across the industry are crossing off another item on their to-do lists: congratulating artists and colleagues with gifts. “Grammys are our Super Bowl,” says Steve Carless, vp A&R at Def Jam — and that means making sure star players feel appreciated. Still, there are multiple factors to consider when it comes to celebrating Grammy success. Sarah Mary Cunningham, senior director of publicity at Columbia Records, advises to do your homework: “Years ago, I had a client who was nominated who had just bought a weekend farm home upstate and I gifted them a Patagonia puffer,” she says. “I always take note when an artist-client follows a brand on socials or tweets/posts about one.” She…