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  • MICHAEL RAY: FOUR MORE CHANCES TO “GET TO YOU” IN 2017

    Dec 01, 2017

    Country music star Michael Ray is wrapping up 2017 on a high note! With just four dates left on his Get To You Tour, Ray followed up a sold-out show at House of Blues in Orlando this weekend with the announcement of his new role as GIVN Water’s brand ambassador. Before partnering with GIVN water to help provide clean water to those in need, Ray was already finding ways to give back while on the road, mobilizing his fans to donate more than 100k meals for shelter animals through his Wrigley Cares initiative.
     

  • WALKER HAYES’ “YOU BROKE UP WITH ME” CERTIFIED RIAA GOLD

    Dec 01, 2017

    Monument Records recording artist Walker Hayes’ “irresistibly quirky” (PEOPLE) lead single  “You Broke Up With Me” off his forthcoming album boom. (12/8) has accumulated more than 500,000 combined units of streams and sales, solidifying its RIAA Gold Certification.

  • MICHAEL RAY TAPPED AS NEW BRAND AMBASSADOR FOR GIVN® WATER

    Nov 28, 2017

     This Giving Tuesday, country music's Michael Ray announces he has partnered with GIVN® Water as a brand ambassador. Ray has already mobilized his fans to donate over 100K meals to shelter animals on stops along his Get To You Tour through his own Wrigley Cares program, and will continue his mission to give back as he prepares to release his sophomore album through a collaboration with GIVN to help provide clean water to communities around the globe.
     

  • DANIELLE BRADBERY HITS TODAY SHOW DECEMBER 1 TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF HER SOPHOMORE ALBUM I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET

    Nov 28, 2017

    Danielle Bradbery first reached fans on NBC’s The Voice in 2013, winning at age 16. Now 21, the Texas native will celebrate her re-introductory, sophomore BMLG Records album, 

  • Kenny Chesney’s Unorthodox Grammy Nomination

    Nov 28, 2017

    When Kenny Chesney switched the lead single to “Noise” nine days before the launch of Cosmic Hallelujah, people thought he was crazy. But the song – written, recorded and mastered in three days – spoke to the toxic information overload in a way that felt urgent, and the 8-time Entertainer of the Year decided to let the music speak to the 24/7 rush of constant connection. From that moment, everything about the songwriter/superstar from East Tennessee’s 16th album defied conventional wisdom.

  • TRACE ADKINS TO CO-HOST AMERICA SALUTES YOU AND WALL STREET ROCKS PRESENTS: GUITAR LEGENDS FOR HEROES WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29

    Nov 27, 2017

     In his 25-year career as an entertainer, Trace Adkins has sold more than 11 million albums, charted more than 20 singles, garnered 3 GRAMMY Nominations, won 3 Academy of Country Music Awards in addition to establishing himself as an established actor with a slew of television and film roles, but his proudest accomplishment is his work supporting our military servicemen and women, serving as a spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Project and participating in an astounding 12 USO tours to date.

  • David Lee Murphy Cracks the Top 40

    Nov 22, 2017

    When times are tough, a good ole boy'll figure out how to stay sane – and then write a song about it. But for David Lee Murphy, he took things a step further when he wrote “Everything’s Gonna To Be Alright.” Rather than just write it and pitch it, Murphy went into the studio and recorded it with his good friend Kenny Chesney.

  • ENTERCOM ANNOUNCES “COUNT ON COUNTRY” TO AIR ON GIVING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28

    Nov 20, 2017

    Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM) on the heels of their historic merger with CBS Radio, today announced a special philanthropic, commercial-free programming feature, “Count on Country,” that will be broadcast on Giving Tuesday, November 28 at 12 noon in local time zones. The syndicated one-hour on-air program will feature exclusive content from country music’s biggest stars, hosted by Big & Rich.
     

  • DANIELLE BRADBERY CELEBRATES RELEASE OF HER SOPHOMORE ALBUM, I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET, WITH 4-SHOW RUN

    Nov 15, 2017
    Danielle Bradbery knew she could only spend her next album’s release one way: celebrating with her fans who have supported her over the last four years as she found hersound and what she wanted to say writing the songs for her next project.
  • CHASE RICE PREPARES TO RELEASE LAMBS & LIONS THIS FRIDAY, 11/17

    Nov 14, 2017

    Chase Rice has pursued paths as divergent as the ACC college gridiron to NASCAR Pit Lane; North Carolina to Nashville.

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