This week, our cover star means business. The new edition of Music Week is out now, featuring a brand new and wide-reaching interview with Live Nation legend Phil Bowdery.
When it comes to the live business, Bowdery has seen it all, and he shares his best stories from a life in music in our interview.
Similarly, there are no punches pulled in The Aftershow this week, as The Who’s Roger Daltrey looks back at a glittering rock career.
This week’s Big Story lifts the lid on Ed Sheeran’s new No.6 Collaborations Project, as we go inside the star’s camp, with Stuart Camp, Atlantic's Ben Cook and more, to unravel their vision for what promises to be another all-consuming campaign.
Also in news, we bring you a key development in the world of music and sport as well as the latest from troubled 7digital.
Country star Lukas Nelson goes deep in a no-holds-barred interview that takes in A Star Is Born, new record Turn Off The News (Build A Garden) and much more.
Elsewhere, Alphabeat tell the story of Fascination in Hitmakers, you can gorge on our Q2 analysis and there’s a special report on music apps, as we quiz a selection of big names on the future of the sector.
Euphoric pop duo Ider tell all about their debut album in On The Radar, Labrinth hooks up with Netflix hit Euphoria in Sync Story and Ida Mae light up Making Waves. Plus, we get the lowdown on Love Island and the music biz from ITV music supervisor Hayley Smith in Rising Star.
As well as all that, there’s all the very latest news, charts and market shares.
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