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COULD THE STRIKE END SOON? (UPDATE)
"Incredible progress" (9/22a)
TROY CARTER TO WENNER: "YOUR VIEWS... ARE CANCEROUS SEEDS"
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12 SONGS AND THE TRUTH
I.B. Bad on current hitmakers (9/14a)
RIAA REPORTS RECORD FIRST HALF
Biz partying like it's 1999. (9/19a)
TAYLOR UNVEILS 1989 (TV) TRACKS FROM THE VAULT
Consider this a blank space. (9/20a)
AI: RISKS AND REWARDS
How the biz might use this powerful new tech—and the threats it could pose.
HOW LONG WILL TRUMP'S PRISON SENTENCE BE?
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RAINMAKERS 2023
The stories behind the biggest industry careers.
HITS' 37th ANNIVERSARY
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Music City
OLD DOMINION’S PLATINUM FEELING
9/28/21

With the imminent arrival of Old Dominion’s latest album, Time, Tequila and Therapy, via Sony Music Nashville on 10/8, the group celebrated new career milestones as their single “One Man Band” is now certified 4x platinum.

To commemorate the achievement, the band was given plaques for their 4m units sold, including sales and streams. Adding to their accolades, the group also recently took home Vocal Group of the Year at the 2021 ACMs for the fourth consecutive year and were nominated for the same award at the CMAs.

Additionally, the five-piece received their first Grammy nominations as “Some People Do” from their chart-topping, self-titled third album picked up nods for “Best Country Song” and “Best Country Duo/Group Performance.”

Pictured starting an 11-man band are Front Row (l-r)– Old Dominion’s Trevor Rosen, Matthew Ramsey, Brad Tursi, (Second Row) Whit Sellers and Geoff Sprung, (Back Row) Sony Music Nashville’s COO/EVP Ken Robold, VP of National Promotion Lauren Thomas, VP of Creative Tracy Fleaner, Morris Higham Management’s Will Hitchcock, SMN’s EVP Promotion & Artist Development Steve Hodges and VP of Marketing Paige Altone.

Photo credit: Mason Allen