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Jem Aswad Senior Music EditorThe music industry’s return to whatever passes for normal these days has been hit and miss, to put it mildly: Grammy Week, Coachella, and the first publishers’ week in three years have seen an uneven balance of caution and carelessness — some events have a relatively high percentage of masks and distancing, some have hardly any at all, and at each one you hear tales of how severe someone’s bout with Covid was or wasn’t, and that someone else couldn’t make it because they suddenly tested positive.The “publishers week” we’re referring to is the usual combination of A2IM’s Indie Week conference, the National Music Publishers Association’s annual meeting, and the closer, the Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which is one of the most unique and memorable awards shows in the business — which is a parallel event to the Clive Davis pre-Grammy Gala in that it’s invite-only and features a number of once-in-a-lifetime performances. Not only is it the annual family reunion for the songwriting an publishing industry, over the years we’ve seen performances from  Neil Diamond, Drake, Tom Petty, Bonnie Raitt, Justin Timberlake, Ariana Grande, Van Morrison, Cyndi Lauper, John Prine, Leon Russell, Elvis Costello and dozens of others, along with several completely unique homages: Lady Gaga singing Four Non-Blondes’ hit “What’s Up” to Linda Perry; Stevie Nicks belting “The Rose” to Bette Midler; Emmylou Harris performing Eric Clapton’s heartbreaking hit “Tears in Heaven” for the song’s co-writer Will Jennings; and one year, the evening ended with Billy Joel and Garth Brooks duetting at the piano in matching Stetson hats.
UFC Charles Oliveira vs Justin Gaethje date, fight time and how to watch in the UK
UFC is serving up a treat for fight sports fans this weekend, as Charles Oliveira gears up to defend his lightweight title against Justin Gaethje.UFC 274 arrives off the back of a string of huge nights of war in recent months, with UFC London sending British fans into overdrive over Paddy the Baddy, while UFC 273 saw Australian Alexander Volkanovski lay claim to being one of the top fighters in the world right now with his win over The Korean Zombie.There are high hopes then for this weekend, which will also see a second title fight take place between the Rose Namajunas and Carla Esparza in the women’s strawweight division. Ahead of all the excitement, here’s what you need to know about where and when the fight is taking place, how to watch it and who else is on the card.Charles Oliveira vs Justin Gaethje is going to take place at the Footprint Centre in Phoenix, Arizona.The sprawling complex was built in 1992 and is the home of the Phoenix Suns basketball team in the NBA.It has played host to a score of huge music acts, from Frank Sinatra and Ariana Grande, to Miley Cyrus and Fleetwood Mac.To watch Oliveira vs Justin Gaethje in the UK you will need to flick over to BT Sport.The BT Sport website and the BT Sport app will also have the night of fighting available to view.If you are watching from the US, ESPN+ is where you’ll want to head with all the action streaming live.The early preliminary fights of the night will take place from 10.30pm in the UK, with the prelims following at 1am on Sunday morning.The main card will get going at 3am - a real late one that leaves viewers in the UK left with the difficult choice of either waking up early or rising out the night.Either way, we can't wait.