CBS Corp (CBS)
$40.77 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 13.92B
PE Ratio 11.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 40.77 - 40.77
52-Week Range 35.02 - 53.71
Dividend & Yield 0.72 (1.77%)
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Nashville songwriters are showing up at the Grammys this year, but not just in the country music categories. The city's writing talent has been increasingly tapped to help craft nominated soundtracks, pop songs and R&B albums over the last couple of years. In the all-genre song of the year category this year, four of the eight songs nominated include Nashville-based writers, including Taylor Swift, country legend Tanya Tucker, songwriting couple Ruby Amanfu and Sam Ashworth, and a trio of hit country songwriters Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna and Natalie Hemby. The Grammy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on Jan. 26, airing on CBS. "For me, it's opened a lot of doors, which I am grateful for," said Hemby, who scored two nominations, including song of the year for "Always Remember Us This Way" and best song nod for visual media for "I'll Never Love Again" from the "A Star Is Born" soundtrack with Lady Gaga. "We've known as long as we've been active here, it's not just about country," said Amanfu, who has released her own solo albums plus songs as a member of the band Sam & Ruby, as well as appearing on albums by Jack White and Beyonce. "We love country. We thank it for putting us on the map." Amanfu and Ashworth, who are married, met R&B artist H.E.R. through producer David "Swag R'Celious" Harris and the couple worked with her during a week-long writing session in Nashville where "Hard Place," which is nominated for song of the year and record of the year, was written. "We've been writing all kinds of other music for years," said Ashworth, who is also nominated in the album of the year category as a co-writer on H.E.R.'s album "I Used to Know Her." "Now this has happened and it feels really good." Lindsey, McKenna and...
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