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  • Eric Church is Most Added With New Single "Heart On Fire"

    Jul 12, 2021

    On the heels of his recent 11th career No. 1 at Country radio, Eric Church earns most added distinction today with his latest single, “Heart On Fire,” the greasy, rock-infused anthem which serves as the lead track on his Jay Joyce-produced Heart & Soul trilogy, already named among the year’s best projects by Rolling Stone and Billboard on their respective mid-year lists.

  • Hootie & the Blowfish Announce "HootieFest: The Big Splash" Set for January 2022 in Riviera Cancún, Mexico

    Jul 08, 2021

    Hootie & the Blowfish is pleased to announce their inaugural destination concert vacation event, HootieFest: The Big Splash, in partnership with CID Presents & On Location. Hosted January 26 - 29, 2022 on a picturesque stretch of white sand beach at Moon Palace Cancún, the four-day celebration of all things rock will feature three headlining performances on the beach by the band, as well as appearances by Barenaked Ladies, Blues Traveler, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Better Than Ezra, Spin Doctors, Toadies, Sister Hazel and Drivin N Cryin. Additional details, including pool party performances are still to be announced.

  • Whiskey Myers Announce Daily Lineup for Inaugural Firewater Music Festival

    Jul 08, 2021

    In the midst of a rousing return to the road, Whiskey Myers have announced the daily lineup for their personally curated Firewater Music Festival this fall, as the band praised by Rolling Stone as “the new torch bearers for Southern music” continues what American Songwriter celebrates as an “ascent towards Country Rock royalty.”

  • TRIPLE 8 MANAGEMENT PARTNERS WITH CRUSH MUSIC TO SIGN WARNER MUSIC NASHVILLE ARTIST MORGAN EVANS

    Jul 08, 2021

    Triple 8 Management has announced a partnership with Crush Music to sign Warner Music Nashville recording artist Morgan Evans. The signing marks the first co-management endeavor for Crush, whose existing roster of clients includes Sia, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Lorde, Weezer, Panic! At The Disco and more.

  • Parker McCollum Named Opry NextStage Artist for July

    Jul 08, 2021

    Opry NextStage has named MCA Nashville’s Platinum-selling, rising country star Parker McCollum as the featured artist for July.

  • ASHLEY McBRYDE ADDS THIRD NIGHT TO DEBUT HEADLINING SHOWS AT RYMAN AUDITORIUM

    Jul 07, 2021

    Ashley McBryde has never been afraid to embrace what makes her stand out, as Rolling Stone observes that “going her own way is what McBryde does best,” while Pollstar says the “country songstress did it the old-fashioned way: grinding out dates, writing songs about women being counted out for not fitting the mold.” Those truths have gained the ACM and CMA award winner with a fun-loving, loyal fanbase, who made it clear they’re ready for McBryde to return to the road.

  • ATLive Returns This November With George Strait, Metallica, Eric Church & More

    Jul 07, 2021

    AMB Sports and Entertainment (AMBSE) is once again bringing the hottest artists under one roof for one of the most exciting multi-day music events in the Southeast, ATLive Presented by Mercedes-EQ returns Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6, to Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

  • COUNTRY NEWCOMER ALEX HALL MAKES GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT

    Jul 07, 2021

    Monument Records recording artist Alex Hall made his debut performance at the historic Grand Ole Opry Tuesday night. Opry Entertainment’s Jordan Pettit and Opry’s Executive Producer Dan Rogers initially surprised Hall via zoom with an invitation to make his debut performance (watch HERE). The 27-year-old singer/songwriter and guitar aficionado performed “Never Seen The World” in addition to “Last One To Leave” from his recent debut EP Six Strings. 

  • Ryman Auditorium Celebrates 65 Years of Johnny & June with Pop-Up Exhibit Opening July 7

    Jul 06, 2021

    It was backstage at the Mother Church that one of Country Music’s most celebrated love stories began. On the night of Johnny Cash’s Grand Ole Opry debut on July 7, 1956, a 27-year-old June Carter bumped into a 24-year-old Johnny Cash backstage at Ryman Auditorium. A smitten Cash reportedly told Carter that night he knew he was going to marry her someday. The two would go on to marry and continue to perform at the Ryman throughout their careers.

  • GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING GRAMPS MORGAN RELEASES SUMMER READY TRACK “IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ME”

    Jul 02, 2021

    Today Nashville based reggae artist Gramps Morgan releases a new track that is the perfect soundtrack for summer following an unprecedented year of civil unrest amidst a global pandemic that left so many isolated and suffering devastating losses. Bringing a unique voice to Music City’s increasingly diverse sounds, the soulful GRAMMY award-winning crooner shares another taste of his forthcoming album with the release of “If You’re Looking for Me.” Listen HERE.  

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