Just one month before the Grammy Awards, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences finds itself without a p.r. firm. Solters/Roskin/Friedman, which had the account for 12 years, has dropped out. In a note to NARAS, S/R/F declared the exit due to “your apparent unwillingness to promptly address our longstanding request for an equitable fee.” NARAS prexy Michael Greene said he had been unhappy with the agency for some time, and had been interviewing agencies for the past few months. “This has been a long time coming,” he stated.