I like a good beef as much as the next guy, but it appears the battle for NYC between Founders Entertainment and Goldenvoice has mostly been squashed. The lineups for both Governor’s Ball and Panaroma festival have been released and most agree the events are seriously good news for East Coast music fans. Not sure which one to go to? Goldenvoice’s Paul Tollett has a pretty creative suggestion for music fans facing this dilemma.
We also learned that Tom Windish and his crew are making it official and becoming part of Paradigm Talent Agency. Tom explained to Dave why he decided to make the move, while Taylor catches up with comedian Lane Moore to dish on her show Tinder Live.
And we’re still on Baby Watch over here — Kristen is officially three days past due and trying some pretty strange induction techniques. Here’s the thing about being on Baby Watch — you’re not actually watching anything (except an extremely pregnant woman spending ten minutes trying to get out of a chair).
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