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TASTE OF HOPE: UPPING THEIR SPINS

At the latest Taste of Hope dinner in NYC, which raised a ton of funds for City of Hope and Musicians on Call, host and iHeart luminary Alissa Pollack noted that a spicy Malbec pairs nicely with an IPO. Entercom's Michael Martin and iHeart's Elvis Duran, Tom Poleman and Brad Hardin, meanwhile, all put themselves into rotation.

Pollack, promo legend Richard Palmese and 12Tone's Steve Bartels cheerfully recreated every three-shot they'd posed for since 2015, because the Torrontes was tip-top.

Interscope's Chris Lopes and Brenda Romano and Arista's John Boulos agree that 1996 trade photos have now reached optimal ripeness.


Arista boss David Massey's primary impression of the '89 Margaux was that he'd made it all gone.


iHeart exec and UJA co-honoree Rich Bressler said the blessing over the wine four times, while Pollack pondered a Manischewitz brand activation.

BMI chief Mike O'Neill and daughter Molly found the Gewurtztraminer increasingly difficult to pronounce.

Republic's Avery Lipman opined that the Zweigelt gave him the Chumbawambas.

 

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