Friday, May 20, 2016 - 5:15pm

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Friday, May 20, 2016) – Play It Again Records, the newest venture by Nashville hit maker Dallas Davidson, is taking over 3rd& Lindsley tonight, May 20 at 8 p.m. to celebrate the recent EP releases by Play It Again artists Maggie Rose and The Morrison Brothers Band. Both acts will perform select songs from their respective releases, with fellow Play It Again songwriter Trea Landon opening the show.
The Morrison Brothers Band, a modern Southern rock/country group consisting of two pairs of brothers, released their self-titled, six-song EP on Friday, May 13. Rose, a fellow Play It Again singer-songwriter, produced the project.
The brothers’ EP features current upbeat single, “Party At My House,”which was written by The Peach Pickers (Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, and Davidson). A music video for the feel-good jam will be released in the coming weeks.
Rose recently released her own EP, The Variety Show Vol. 1, which showcases her strong pop-heavy vocals. The performer was the first artist to sign with Davidson publishing company. Since then, she has gone on to win an Emmy award, perform multiple times at the Grand Ole Opry and release a debut album that was deemed “one of the year’s best country releases” by the New York Times before embarking on her latest project,The Variety Show Vol. 1.
Doors for tonight’s show will open at 6:00 p.m. and performances begin at 8:00 p.m. For ticketing info and more, click here.

The Morrison Brothers Band is currently on tour around the country. Tour dates are as follows:

May 20 – Nashville, Tenn. at 3rd and Lindsley
May 21 – Baltimore, Md. at The Preakness
May 27 - Castilla, Miss. at Backroads
May 28 – Baton Rouge, La. at Bayou Country SuperFest
June 11 - Nashville, Tenn. at Soulshine Pizza Factory
June 12 - Nashville, Tenn. at The Basement
June 15 - Washington, D.C. at The Bullpen
June 16 – Baltimore, Md. at Pier Six Pavilion
June 22 - Woodstock, Ga. at MadLife Stage & Studios
June 23 - San Francisco, Calif. at Hotel Utah
June 26 - Los Angeles, Calif. at Hotel Cafe
July 8 - Rehoboth Beach, Del at Summer Bandstand Concert Series
July 9 - Manchester, Pa. at Manchester Township Summer Concert Series
July 10 - New London, Conn. at Sailfest
July 12 - Nashville, Tenn. at The Basement East: Whiskey Jam
July 29 – Annapolis, Md. at Rams Head On Stage
July 31 - Great Falls, Va. Summer Concerts on the Green
August 4 - Dewey Beach, Del. at Rusty Rudder
August 12 - Indianapolis, Ind. at Union 50
August 13 - Indianapolis, Ind. at The Hi-Fi

Maggie Rose will also hit the road this summer. Tour dates are as follows:

May 20  - Nashville, Tenn. at 3rd and Lindsley
May 26 - Rosemon, Ill. at Joe's Live
May 27- Bloomington, Ill. at Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts
May 28- Madison, Wis. at Bratfest
June 11- Nashville, Tenn at CMA Music Festival
June 23- Hyannis, Mass. at Cape Cod Melody Tent
June 24- Hyannis, Mass. at Cape Cod Melody Tent
June 25- Cohasset, Mass. at South Shore Music Circus 
June 26- Cohasset, Mass. at South Shore Music Circus
July 4- Wildwood, N.J. at Celebrate America
July 7- Lansing, Mich. at Common Ground Music Festival
July 14- West Hollywood, Calif. at Troubadour
July 15- Las Vegas, Nev. at Stoney's Rockin Country
July 16- San Diego, Calif. at House of Blues
Aug. 6- Blue Ash, Ohio at Buckle Up Music Festival 
Aug. 12- at Minong, Wis. at Northwoods Music Festival
Sep. 4- Woodstock, Conn. at Woodstock Fair

About Maggie Rose
With super-sized vocals and genre-spanning songwriting chops that blur the lines between country, pop and rock, Maggie Rose has earned a loyal audience as the first artist signed to Dallas Davidson's Play It Again Publishing, both in her adopted hometown of Nashville and beyond. It's an audience that's grown with her for nearly a decade, spending days as a songwriter and nights sharing the stage with artists like Randy Houser and Sheryl Crow. Throughout it all, Rose has established herself as a rare triple threat: a multi-faceted artist who can write, perform, and produce a hit song. Rose's latest release, The Variety Show - Vol. 1, showcases her stronger-than-ever personality and vocals with songs like "Love Me More," and "Same Sky" from the EP. The 36-time Grand Ole Opry performer will be touring throughout the summer including dates with Tim McGraw, Hunter Hayes, Lee Brice, Cassadee Pope and Rachel Platten. Follow-up EP, The Variety Show - Vol. 2 is due later this year. 

About The Morrison Brothers Band
Drawing on their musical roots in Nashville, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C., The Morrison Brothers Band play a unique brand of country/rock music. Founded in 2007 by brothers Truman and Willie Morrison, the group's award-winning sound took form in their hometown of Washington, DC with the additions of brothers Matt and Kevin Nolan. The band is currently based out of Nashville and is performing regularly in the Eastern, Mid-Western, and Southern U.S. In the last few years, The Morrison Brothers Band has opened for Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, Frankie Ballard, Maggie Rose, Old Dominion and Big Smo, and shared stages with many of the biggest acts in country music today from Alan Jackson to Alison Krauss to Tim McGraw. The group’s highly anticipated new EP Self-Titled, produced by acclaimed recording artist and fellow DC native Maggie Rose, was released May 13, 2016 for Play It Again Records. The band also recently wrote and recorded the new theme song for The Washington Capitals for Comcast Sports Net, and their video for the song can be seen on television prior to games. For upcoming tour dates and more, visit  

About Play It Again Records
Play It Again Records is the latest visionary venture from hit singer-songwriter and producer Dallas Davidson. An extension of Play It Again Music Publishing, launched on Music Row in 2014, Play It Again Records will be the future home to Davidson's upcoming project and other releases as Davidson takes a more entrepreneurial role in the music business. Formed with manager and business partner Austin Marshall, Play It Again was established with songwriters Maggie Rose, Houston Phillips, Brian Kolb and Kyle Fishman, adding Trea Landon last year. Play It Again Records will have three projects released this month;  Rose just released the first installment of her two-volume EP, The Variety Show and The Morrison Brothers Band will release a project on April 29.
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