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Issue Date: 18 March 2024

  • Music Week is excited to reveal our cover star this month… the one and only Kacey Musgraves! In our eight-page cover story, Musgraves is joined by her manager Jason Owen, Interscope CEO John Janick and team Polydor to talk her remarkable new album Deeper Well, ghosts, the Grammys, self-care, building a scented candle empire, the risks the music industry needs to take, and much more. It is a definitive look at what is sure to stand as one of 2024’s best records. 

  • In our exclusive Music Week Interview this month, Amazon Music’s general manager Ryan Redington lays out the company’s mission to bring livestreaming, commerce, merch and music together in a way that has never been done before. With 15 years behind him at Amazon, the Seattle-based executive shares his thoughts on AI, TikTok and reveals his agenda going forward. 
  • Also in the features section, we meet Colin Batsa to hear about the evolution of his label and services business EGA Distro, the ongoing success of D-Block Europe and how the leading executive is building a long-lasting legacy. Up next, Natasha Khan – otherwise known as Bat For Lashes – is joined by her teams at Giant Artist Management and new label Decca/Mercury KX to discuss her upcoming record, The Dream Of Delphi, and to reflect on a new stage of her career balancing motherhood and music. 
  • Elsewhere, as Grace Meadows takes on her new position as the head of mental health charity Music Minds Matter, Music Week meets up with the classically trained musician and executive to learn how the business can improve at protecting the well-being of everyone working in the industry. Finally in the features section, Music Week’s annual report on Neighbouring Rights sees key players from across the industry hold court on what the next phase looks like for one of the fastest growing sectors in the business.
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