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  • "Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw" Announced for Jan. 12, 2019; A&E Network to Air Special

    Nov 08, 2018

    WILLIE NELSON, ALISON KRAUSS, THE AVETT BROTHERS, GEORGE STRAIT JACK JOHNSON, JOHN MELLENCAMP, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, LEE ANN WOMACK, LYLE LOVETT, NORAH JONES AND THE LITTLE WILLIES, SHERYL CROW, SUSAN TEDESCHI & DEREK TRUCKS, VINCE GILL & MORE TO HEADLINE THE ALL-STAR CONCERT EVENT OF THE YEAR

  • Kenny Chesney Gets Intimate – Songs for the Saints Tour Takes The Music To The Fans

    Nov 07, 2018

    Having set and often broken his own records with 2018’s Trip Around the Sun Tour – including over a million fans at Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium and becoming the single biggest-seller at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium – Kenny Chesney wanted to change things up. He knows his massive stadium shows are a rite of summer, playing to over a million people on every single tour, but the 8-time Entertainer of the Year wanted a little more intimacy for 2019 by taking the music to where the fans are.

  • THERE’S A NEW ANCHOR IN TOWN: JIMMIE ALLEN CO-HOSTS 4TH HOUR OF NBC’s TODAY

    Nov 06, 2018

    On the heels of his first full-length release Mercury Lane, with his debut single “Best Shot” earning the biggest point increase of the week on the Country radio charts (currently at No. 3 and climbing), breakout country star and Billboard Emerging Artist Jimmie Allen took his talents to New York not once, not twice, but three times in the past four weeks. The 33-year-old Delaware native has performed, commentated and now, as of this morning, co-hosted the fourth hour of NBC’s TODAY with Kathie Lee and Hoda.

  • MICHAEL RAY TEAMS UP WITH NASHVILLE HUMANE ASSOCIATION FOR HURRICANE RELIEF

    Nov 02, 2018

    Breakout country artist Michael Ray commits as much to his love for animals as he does his music, and starting today, he is launching a week-long pet supply drive in partnership with the Nashville Humane Association. Fans, friends and community members can donate food, blankets, towels and more to help support the pets displaced by Hurricane Michael. The drive will culminate in a special on-site appearance at NHA on Friday, November 9 at 2:00 p.m. CT. A truck will then dispatch to his native Florida, where it will distribute the provisions to shelters in need.

  • GEORGE STRAIT RETURNS TO ATLANTA IN 2019 FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY

    Nov 02, 2018

    The King of Country, George Strait, will play one night only in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 30, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The iconic entertainer will be joined by reigning CMA and ACM Male Vocalist of the Year, Chris Stapleton, along with 2018 CMA New Artist of the Year nominee Chris Janson and critically acclaimed, breakout country singer/songwriter Ashley McBryde. Tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 16 at 10 am ET via Ticketmaster.com.

  • PATRICK DRONEY RELEASES VIDEO OF “BROOKLYN” WITH YOUTUBE

    Oct 29, 2018

    After three shows in New York City, dynamic pop/soul singer-songwriter Patrick Droney shares an intimate, unplugged performance video of “Brooklyn,” see it here on YouTube. 

  • MITCHELL TENPENNY RELEASES INTROSPECTIVE “WALK LIKE HIM”

    Oct 29, 2018

    Ahead of his debut Riser House/Columbia Nashville album Telling All My Secrets due everywhere on December 14, singer/songwriter Mitchell Tenpenny shares a new song, “Walk Like Him,” written by Tenpenny, Justin Ebach and Steven Dale Jones. 

  • MUSIC INDUSTRY VETERAN MARTY WINSCH RELOCATES TO NASHVILLE; PURSUES NEW MANAGEMENT ENDEAVORS

    Oct 22, 2018

    Marty Winsch has recently relocated his business operations from Greenville, S.C. to Nashville, Tenn. With over two decades of experience in the music business, Winsch has worked in personal artist management, talent buying, concert promoting and booking.

  • THE RUCKERS PRIORITIZE GIVING BACK WHILE ON SUMMER PLAYS ON TOUR

    Oct 22, 2018

    In addition to delivering what The Oakland Press called “a jukebox worth of hits,” multi-Platinum superstar Darius Rucker also used the 28-city Summer Plays On Tour for good, raising a total of $174,429.37 through each ticket sold for the Just Be You non-profit.

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