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The music scene in 1970s New York is still awash in sex and drugs, but rock 'n' roll is giving way to an era of punk, disco and hip-hop. Desperately trying to navigate the changing landscape is American Century Records founder and president Richie Finestra, whose passion for music and discovering talent has gone by the wayside. With American Century on the verge of being sold, a life-altering event rekindles Finestra's professional fire, but it may leave his personal life in ruins. Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter are among the creators of the hourlong drama series, which stars Bobby Cannavale (HBO's "Boardwalk Empire") as Finestra.

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Zak constructs a dangerous plan to bring down Richie; Kip's excesses threaten an important Nasty Bits gig.
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After an unsettling visit with Devon and his children, Richie begins to weigh his options; the Nasty Bits finish their record and do a photo shoot; Maury pitches a '50s compilation LP; Zak tries to fund a band for his wedding singer.
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Richie grows desperate and approaches Maury about doing a deal with Galasso; Devon impresses a photographer with her ability to charm a celebrity; Kip and the Nasty Bits get a crash course in the blues from Lester; Andrea fires a longtime employee.
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Richie looks to raise cash for his label; Richie and Zak travel to Las Vegas in hopes of persuading Elvis Presley to change labels; Zak has an encounter in which his fantasies come true.
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Devon seeks refuge with old friends at the Chelsea Hotel; Richie falls into a deeper well of drugs and depravity; Kip tries to recruit a new lead guitarist for the Nasty Bits; Zak allows his emotions to surface.
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Richie visits a relative; Devon plays the vixen at dinner with Richie, Hannibal and Cece; Kip faces a dilemma; Clark gets a new job; Richie is inspired to name his new label.
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Richie attends marriage counseling with Devon; Richie courts a funk superstar; Zak and Scott consider their futures in the aftermath of the lost deal with German Polygram; Kip and the Nasty Bits enlist a new manager.
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Richie is embarrassed at a record producers' banquet; a junior A&R rep courts Alice Cooper; Devon tries to raise funds to renovate a Greenwich barn; Richie approaches Lester about releasing some of his old blues demos.
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Richie delivers a bombshell that shocks prospective buyers and his partners; Devon ponders her relationship; Zak considers changing his alibi for a recent injury; Richie decides to visit his estranged mentor.
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Richie Finestra considers selling his struggling record company; Richie takes a detour to an unplanned reunion with Lester Grimes; Richie orders his A&R department to find new acts; Richie jeopardizes his relationships with his wife and children.

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