Danielle Bradbery’s stunning cover of “Shallow” made yet another splash as the music video premiered live on Viacom’s Times Square billboard yesterday, May 15, as well as across a variety of CMT and MTV platforms. Her take on the song made famous by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper features fellow-Texan Parker McCollum.
Now in its fifth year, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has revealed additional performers as well as the daily lineup of acts scheduled for September 21-22 at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in historic downtown Franklin, Tennessee. Single-day tickets go on sale beginning this Friday, May 17 at 10 a.m. CT at PilgrimageFestival.com. Performers just added include Butch Walker, Donovan Woods, Shawn James, Wynonna & The Big Noise, Shooter Jennings and Jill Andrews.
“When you start out that hot, you sometimes miss opportunities to have deeper relationships with people. And that’s what we’ve fixed,” Rice recently shared with Taste of Country.
In the period defined by a lack of radio airplay which followed that initial wave of success, Rice focused on rebuilding from the ground up. As the Tennessean described, “he switched record labels, fought his way back to country radio relevance and [nabbed] his first No. 1 hit with ‘Eyes On You.’”
WSM Radio announced today plans to expand the role of veteran sports talk personality, George Plaster, at the station. The pioneer in Nashville sports radio, who has spent over 40 years on Nashville dials, returned to airwaves last summer as host of the popular “Sports Night” airing Sunday evenings on WSM. Listeners will now be able to hear that familiar voice and receive that same great sports coverage five days a week.
With sold-out weekends of back-to-back shows the norm thus far on the critically-acclaimed Double Down Tour, multi-Platinum superstar Eric Church lands at the top of both Pollstar’s LIVE75 and Global Concert Pulse Charts this week.
American music icon George Strait may have retired from traditional touring, however it hasn’t stopped him from playing to sold-out crowds in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena or revisiting select cities to take music from his new album Honky Tonk Time Machine to the fans for one-off exclusive shows. Strait heads to the heartland in 2020 with performances at INTRUST Bank Arena on Friday, January 24 for Visit Wichita Presents Strait to Oz and in Kansas City for Strait to the Heartland at Sprint Center on Saturday, January 25. Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday, May 17.