With the Grammys returning to New York City in 2018 after a 15-year absence, the Big Apple is starting to get its swagger back. No longer content to be the music industry’s second city, the relocation of the biggest awards night in music, “really shows New York’s primacy as music capital of the world,” Julie Menin, commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment said in a recent Billboard article.
You don’t have to travel all the way to New York to learn about NYC’s reemergence — Menin and Brett Yormark of Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment will sit down for a 30-minute conversation with Billboard/The Hollywood Reporter President John Amato at this year’s Billboard Touring Conference in Los Angeles, Nov. 14-15 at the Montage in Beverly Hills.
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