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  • BRITISH BLUES-ROCK STAR JOANNE SHAW TAYLOR ANNOUNCES HER FIRST LIVE U.S. CONCERT FILM WITH “BLUES FROM THE HEART LIVE”

    Apr 20, 2022

    KTBA Records is proud to announce blues-rock star Joanne Shaw Taylor’s first live U.S. concert film Blues From The Heart Live releasing on June 10, 2022. The live performance will be available as a CD/DVD and CD/Blu-Ray package and will include a collectible 24-page CD booklet. Pre-order now at https://bit.ly/JSTblues.

  • HARDY, RANDY MONTANA, HUNTER PHELPS AND JAMESON RODGERS HEADLINE INAUGURAL “COULDA, SHOULDA, WOULDA” EVENT TO BENEFIT MUSIC HEALTH ALLIANCE

    Apr 20, 2022

    Music Health Alliance (MHA), recently honored with the 2021 CMA Foundation Humanitarian Award, unveiled its inaugural “Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda” event last night, headlined by four of Music City’s hottest songwriters ‑ HARDY, Randy Montana, Hunter Phelps and Jameson Rodgers – performing songs in the round that “coulda, shoulda, woulda” been a smash along with their biggest hits. The evening of stories and songs, hosted by Country Countdown USA’s Lon Helton at City Winery, raised $125,000 to support the Nashville-based non-profit’s free healthcare programs and life-saving advocacy services. 

  • DARIUS RUCKER ANNOUNCES SUMMER CONCERT RUN

    Apr 20, 2022

    Multi-Platinum star Darius Rucker has announced plans for a summer run of shows, bringing a who’s who of rising Nashville stars along on 14 dates while also appearing at several fairs, festivals and special events. Together with Tyler Booth, Daves Highway, Larry Fleet, Caylee Hammack, Ryan Hurd, Jameson Rodgers, Elvie Shane and Tenille Townes, Rucker will visit cities across the U.S. and Canada from July through September. 

  • No Shoes Reefs HERE AND NOW with Tampa Bay Watch 4/22 (Earth Day)

    Apr 19, 2022

    With Here And Now 2022 kicking off at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium on Saturday, April 23, No Shoes Reefs is celebrating Kenny Chesney’s return to the road by teaming with Tampa Bay Watch for five days of Earth Week activities, culminating with their Living Shoreline Project deploying Reef Balls filled with Saltmarsh Grass and planting Saltmarsh Grass behind them to prevent further erosion and rebuild lost shoreline on Friday, April 22.

  • KALEO EXPAND NORTH AMERICAN FIGHT OR FLIGHT TOUR

    Apr 18, 2022

    Elektra/Atlantic rock band KALEO has performed in nearly 30 cities since kicking off the Fight Or Flight Tour in February (with the majority to sold-out audiences), and the GRAMMY-nominated Iceland natives show no signs of slowing down with announcement of additional shows in North America this summer. KALEO’s new run of dates will follow the first European leg set for June and early July. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at OfficialKALEO.com this Friday, April 22.

  • TRUCKS ROLLIN’, STEEL UNLOADIN’ KENNY CHESNEY’S HERE AND NOW 2022 TOUR HITTING TAMPA

    Apr 18, 2022

    Long before people start rolling into the parking lots and setting up No Shoes Nation for the first time in three years, the behind-the-scenes people have been working for days. In many ways, the start of any full-on Kenny Chesney tour begins when the bright red trucks start rolling towards opening day – carrying sound equipment, lighting rigs, all the construction pieces needed to erect a stage big enough to hold a show designed for America’s football stadiums.

  • COUNTRY CROONER CHUCK WICKS RELEASES NEW FIVE-SONG EP

    Apr 15, 2022

    Country artist and entertainment host Chuck Wicks is showing us his softer, more vulnerable side by releasing Started in a Bar, a five-song EP of love songs that will make you laugh, smile, cry and sing along. The title track serves as a focus track for the rest of the album, which is available now on all streaming platforms via Verge Records, the label arm of global music company ONErpm.

  • WADE BOWEN’S ANNUAL BOWEN MUSICFEST RAISES $500,000 AND COUNTING FOR LOCAL CHARITIES IN WACO, TEXAS

    Apr 15, 2022

    As his six-song EP Where Phones Don’t Work continues to impress fans and critics alike, Wade Bowen celebrated the return of his annual charity concert, with the two-day Shiner Bock Presents Bowen Musicfest 2022 Benefitting the Bowen Family Foundation taking place this past weekend at Baylor University’s McClane Stadium Touchdown Alley and raising over half a million dollars for local nonprofits. 

  • BLUES ROCK STAR JOE BONAMASSA CONTINUES TO SUPPORT MUSICIANS IN NEED WITH THIRD ANNUAL STREAM-A-THON EVENT FOR FUELING MUSICIANS PROGRAM

    Apr 14, 2022

    Joe Bonamassa and his nonprofit Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation will feature its third annual Stream-A-Thon Event on Saturday, May 1 at 3pm ET to benefit the Fueling Musicians Program, which supports musicians in need. This spectacular display of musicianship will be hosted by Bonamassa himself, featuring more than 2 hours of music performances from over 25 musicians, including some of Joe’s legendary friends and talented rising stars.

  • WHISKEY MYERS ANNOUNCE PERSONALLY CURATED FIREWATER MUSIC FESTIVAL LINEUP AS THE GENRE-BENDING BAND READIES TORNILLO FOR JULY 29 RELEASE

    Apr 13, 2022

    As Whiskey Myers continue to reveal new music off their forthcoming sixth studio album, Tornillo, set for release July 29 via the band’s own Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers, the group celebrated by Esquire as “the real damn deal” adds to the excitement around everything they have in store this year with today’s announcement of their personally curated Firewater Music Festival lineup.

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