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Signs of Life in the Dead of the Grammys Pressroomnew

No wonder print is on the ropes. We reporters are bores. A dying industry covering another dying industry, like a bunch of telegraph operators sending missives about a carburetor convention.
L.A. Weekly  |  Randall Roberts  |  02-13-2009  |  Music

Grammy Got Run Over ...

Oh my gawd, did you guys see the Grammy nominations show last Wednesday? What a spectacle! So many stars, and so much great music! I'm so excited for the Grammys now! The music industry is saved, I tell ya! But seriously, yuck. What a mess.
Metroland  |  John Brodeur  |  12-18-2008  |  Music

Backstage Passnew

With almost three decades of experience producing the annual spectacle, Ken Ehrlich provides a collection of stories sure to please any avid viewer of award shows in his book “At the Grammys: Behind the Scenes at Music’s Biggest Night.”
Metro Spirit  |  Jason Sumerau  |  04-27-2008  |  Nonfiction

Grammy Gripesnew

Today's Grammys are stale, uneventful, and hopelessly out of touch with the very world they're supposed to represent. Just how much do they suck? Let us count the ways.
Cleveland Scene  |  Jason Bracelin  |  12-28-2005  |  Music

So Long, Mr. Jonesnew

When he emerged from prison last year, rapper Russell Jones was by most accounts a subdued shell of his former manic self. His insanity had been the root of his appeal.
The Pitch  |  Nathan Dinsdale  |  11-24-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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