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BIRTHDAYS

November 1st
Rocky Lynch - R5

November 2nd
Katelyn Tarver
Kendall Schmidt

November 5th
Kevin Jonas

November 6th
Emma Stone

November 7th
David Guetta
Lorde

November 8th
Lauren Alaina
Riker Lynch - R5

November 10th
Josh Peck

November 13th
Matt Bennett

November 17th
Reid Perry - The Band Perry

November 18th
Connor McDonough - Before You Exit
Nathan Kress

November 23rd
Katherine McNamara

November 24th
Peyton Meyer - Girl Meets World
Sarah Hyland - Modern Family

November 25th
Jamie Grace

November 26th
Rita Ora

November 29th
Laura Marano - Austin & Ally


Echosmith have released their 3-track holiday EP, An Echosmith Christmas, via Warner Bros. Records. The record includes two original songs, Baby Don’t Leave Me (All Alone On Christmas) and I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day, as well as a cover of Happy Xmas (War Is Over) featuring Hunter Hayes. This spring, the band will release their full-length sophomore album and embark on a 25-date North American tour.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7
3. Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry
8. Camila Cabello – Havana f/Young Thug
10. Niall Horan – Slow Hands
11. P!nk – What About Us
15. Taylor Swift – Ready For It
20. Max – Lights Down Low f/Gnash
22. Kelly Clarkson – Love So Soft
24. Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do
25. Hailee Steinfeld & Ales – Let Me Go f/FGL & Watt
28. Sabrina Carpenter – Why
29. Niall Horan – Too Much To Ask
33. Selena Gomez x Marshmello – Wolves
34. Fifth Harmony – He Like That
35. Nick Jonas – Find You
36. Zayn – Dusk Till Dawn Dawn f/Sia
40. Daya – New

This week, Sabrina Carpenter picked up 202 additional spins however, Why slipped down one position from last week.

Bebe Rexha’s new single, Meant To Be f/Florida Georgia Line is currently in the Top 10 on iTunes and the pop version has picked up adds on KBFF (Portland, OR), WXSS (Wauwatosa, WI), WNFN (Nashville, TN), and WRVW (Lebanon, TN).

Grammy winners John Legend, Lorde, and Keith Urban will perform at the 2018 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute concert honoring Fleetwood Mac on January 26th. Grammy-nominated singer/songwriters HAIM and OneRepublic and singer/songwriter Harry Styles will also join the performance lineup. Grammy winners Fleetwood Mac will close the evening’s performances. More guest performers will be announced shortly.

Attendees will include Neil Portnow, President/CEO of MusiCares and the Recording Academy; Michael McDonald, Chair of MusiCares; Alexandra Patsavas, Chair Emeritus of MusiCares; and John Branca, Honorary Chair of MusiCares.

Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum perform for fans and Hilton Honors members in Nashville as part of Music Happens Here on November 10th in Nashville, TN.

Katharine McPhee was photographed wearing Platt Boutique Jewelry Thursday night at the  SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards 2017 in Los Angeles. The actress looked sleek in a black lace gown accented with several gold vintage 40’s bracelets from Platt Boutique Jewelry.

Celebrate the season! Tonight at 7pm, Derek Hough will be hosting The Grove’s annual event featuring Band of Merrymakers, Jordan Fisher, Jordin Sparks, In Real Life, Ruben Studdard, Agnez Mo and more!

10am CST – Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Disney Channel)
A middle-school student deals with bullies, a cruel older brother and his own unpopularity while hatching a number of schemes to make himself cool in this adaptation of Jeff Kinney’s series of comic novels for tweens.

10am CST – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (VH1)
A charismatic high-school student convinces his repressed best friend to play hooky with him and his girlfriend and attempts to bring the young man out of his shell during a memorable day in Chicago.

10:30am CST – Home Alone (Freeform)
A mischievous 8-year-old who’s picked on by his older siblings and ignored by his parents would really rather be left alone—and that’s exactly what happens when he gets accidentally left behind in a frenzied rush to the airport for a family vacation in Paris.

1pm CST – Vacation (TNT)
In this installment of the “Vacation” series, the youngest son of the Griswold clan, now grown with a family of his own, sets out to re-create a cross-country road trip from his youth to an amusement park.

3:40pm CST – Toy Story (Freeform)
Computer-animated tale centering on the rivalry between two children’s toys: Woody, a cowboy doll who’s the leader and the brains of the group, and a cocky spaceman named Buzz Lightyear.

5:40pm CST – Toy Story 2 (Freeform)
Buzz and the gang race to save Woody after he’s kidnapped by a greedy toy collector who’s intent on making a lucrative online sale.

6pm CST – The Incredibles (Disney Channel)
The adventures of a superhero crimefighter and his family, who return to adventuring after spending years living “normal” lives.

7:45pm CST – Wreck It Ralph (Freeform)
A video-game villain attempts to change his image by participating in a first-person-shooter game, but in the process, he wreaks havoc in his virtual universe by freeing an evildoer who can only be defeated with the help of an unlikely ally.

Grace VanderWaal
Irving Plaza
New York, NY

Little Mix
Leeds First Direct Arena
Leeds, UK

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