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Frank DiGiacomo


Frank DiGiacomo is <em>Billboard</em>’s executive editor, enterprise reporting. He oversees the brand’s investigative reporting, the quarterly Billboard Pro Deep Dive packages and the From the Desk Of franchise, among other responsibilities. He also writes business and news stories and has profiled artists such as Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest, The National’s Matt Berninger, Hamilton Leithauser and the artist formerly known as Sinéad O’Connor. Before joining <em>Billboard</em> as a senior editor in 2014, he worked as an editor and writer for <em>Vanity Fair</em>, <em>The New York Observer</em> and the <em>New York Post</em>’s Page Six column. An avid concertgoer, he has seen every Bruce Springsteen tour but one since 1980 — and has the tinnitus to prove it. In addition to the aforementioned acts, his favorite artists include The Replacements, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, The Weeknd, Michael Kiwanuka, Khruangbin, BC Camplight, David Bowie and Leonard Cohen. For confidential messages, text him on Signal or WhatsApp.

More From Frank DiGiacomo

Lynn Goldsmith Covers the ’80s From AC/DC to Ziggy Marley in New Photo Book & Finds ‘It Was Actually an Amazing Decade’

Why Jann Wenner Doesn’t Think Springsteen’s Lawyer Is Rock Hall Worthy

Artists’ Rights Groups Urge Grammy Consideration for Dissident Iranian Composer

After Shepherding Deals for Bowie, Sting and Springsteen, Joe Brenner Calls Catalog ‘Feeding Frenzy’ Over

Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner Discusses Memoir, Sparring With Bob Dylan, Why He’s Not a Fan of New Music

With ‘Help and Persistence’ From Grammy-Winning Friends, Iranian Composer Mehdi Rajabian Risks Prison to Share New Album

NFL’s First Head Of Music On Halftime Show Planning & Why They Don’t Pay Performers

The Vinyl Boom’s Not Just for Music: How Comedy Albums Are Breaking In, Too

‘Pensado’s Place’ Podcast & Web Series Signs With Red Light for Brand Expansion

Sharon Van Etten On Recording Her New Album ‘In a Bubble’ and Why She Chose Not To Preview It Before Release