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  1. The 10-year anniversary celebrations for One Direction were a lightning rod for the pop band’s sales and streams in the U.K., new data reveals.
  2. Merck Mercuriadis’ Hipgnosis Songs continues its spending spree with the acquisition of Blondie’s catalog.
  3. The artist explains her vision for the organization and why financial and mental health services are so important for families who suffer the loss of a loved one.
  4. On the latest Pop Shop Podcast, the team breaks down Taylor Swift’s big debut on the charts with her surprise album “Folklore” and how the left-of-center project (which sees pop superstar Swift collaborating with alt-rock acts like Bon Iver and The National’s Aaron Dessner) perhaps brought new fans to the fold. Plus, the team discusses…
  5. Where will Taylor Swift's new Folklore album be categorized in the Grammy Awards? Will it compete for best pop vocal album, as Swift’s last three albums have, or best alternative music album?
  6. Alessia Cara joins the Pop Shop Podcast to chat about her new charity album “This Summer: Live off the Floor,” why she’s donating all her proceeds from the project to Save the Children, and how the live album puts an “emotional” new twist on her songs.
  7. With the $600 weekly federal pandemic assistance program now expired, and any new stimulus package still in limbo, Austin-based event designer Bobby Garza found some work but is worried for the rest of the touring industry.
  8. WME says an Oregon promoter is to blame for a popular festival brand's collapse just months after the agency took over full ownership in 2018.
  9. Which boy band hit still rules to this day? Vote!
  10. “Alexa, are we paying music royalties?" It’s a question that Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos might have wanted to ask last week, when he testified in front of a U.S. House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee.