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  • KENNY CHESNEY’S SONGS FOR THE SAINTS #1 SALES DEBUT

    Aug 06, 2018

    When Kenny Chesney made Songs for the Saints, he wasn’t thinking about chart positions, country radio or how these songs would play in his live shows—he was worried about the people of the Virgin Islands. Riding out a Category 5 hurricane without the same kinds of safety nets people on mainland take for granted, he understood the peril, and he channeled it into “Song for the Saints,” then “Love for Love City.”
     

  • TRIPLE 8 MANAGEMENT ADDS NEW TEAM MEMBERS

    Aug 06, 2018

    Triple 8 Management partners George Couri and Bruce Kalmick announced exciting changes and additions to both their Austin, Texas and Nashville, Tenn. offices. The staff changes include five new hires and one promotion in management and marketing creating a total of 35 Triple 8 team members.
     
    Joining the company are Aaryn Cantu, Jen Dalton, Alec Edmonds, Kelly Kresen and Jon Smalt. Additionally, former Marketing Assistant Avery Bashaw will take on a new role as Marketing Manager.
     

  • SCOTTY McCREERY APPEARS ON “CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD”

    Aug 06, 2018

    Sunday, Aug. 5, country music singer/songwriter Scotty McCreery shared the spotlight with his family on ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud.” Together, the team won $25,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

    “My family and I were honored to play ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ on behalf of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,” said McCreery. “St. Jude provides innovative medical treatments for kids with catastrophic diseases, and they do it for free. I’ve visited the hospital and met some of the patients. It is truly a place of healing.”

  • NEEDTOBREATHE OFFERS COLLECTION OF FAN-FAVORITES ON FIRST-EVER ACOUSTIC LIVE ALBUM

    Aug 03, 2018

    Known for their active touring schedule and impressive live show, GRAMMY®-nominated South Carolina rock band NEEDTOBREATHE will release their first-ever acoustic live album, Acoustic

  • PATRICK DRONEY RELEASES SELF-TITLED, DEBUT EP AVAILABLE ACROSS ALL DIGITAL PLATFORMS TODAY

    Aug 03, 2018

    Singer/songwriter Patrick Droney made his debut less than one month ago with reflective track “Stand and Deliver” introducing the world to a soulful new voice in Music City’s creative community. In its first week of release “Stand and Deliver” logged over 100,000 streams pushing it into the Top 10 on Spotify’s Viral 50 in the US.
     

  • CAITLYN SMITH RELEASES THE STARFIRE B-SIDES TODAY

    Aug 03, 2018

    Acclaimed singer/songwriter and Monument Recording Artist Caitlyn Smith has released B-Sides to her critically acclaimed debut album Starfire released earlier this year. Available today, 

  • DANIELLE BRADBERY UNVEILS NEW SINGLE “GOODBYE SUMMER” WITH THOMAS RHETT, AVAILABLE NOW

    Aug 03, 2018

    Country music songstress Danielle Bradbery has unveiled her new single “Goodbye Summer” with multi-Platinum artist and friend Thomas Rhett.

  • SCOTTY McCREERY TO APPEAR ON “CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD” THIS SUNDAY, AUG. 5 ON ABC

    Aug 02, 2018

    This Sunday, Aug. 5, country music singer/songwriter Scotty McCreery will share the spotlight with his family on ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud.” The episode, hosted by Steve Harvey, will air at 8 PM EST / 7 PM CST on the ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

  • OLE RED NASHVILLE PARTNERS WITH CMA TO HOST VIEWING PARTY AND FAN EVENT FOR ABC’S “CMA FEST” TELEVISION SPECIAL AUG. 8

    Aug 01, 2018

    Coming off an unmatched, week-long grand opening celebration which took place during CMA Fest, Ole Red Nashville has become one of the hottest new places on Nashville’s famed Broadway. Celebrations continue as the Blake Shelton inspired bar, restaurant and music venue operated by Ryman Hospitality Properties partners with CMA to bring fans the official viewing party for ABC’s “CMA Fest.” The three-hour broadcast will air Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. CT.
     

  • THE PRESS RESPONDS TO SONGS FOR THE SAINTS

    Aug 01, 2018

    It came from his heart, fueled by the anxiety of waiting – and watching – as the Caribbean islands where he makes his home were battered by Hurricane Irma, then Maria. For Kenny ChesneySongs for the Saints wasn’t an album created for hit singles or critical acclaim, but to process his own emotions and to let the people on the islands known as the Saints know they were not only not forgotten, but their spirit was being held up as a source of inspiration.
     

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