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ESPN Music/VH-1/NHL Vet Deanna Kay Anchors The Summer’s Biggest Shows!
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 17, 2015) – Somewhere on the Road: Kenny Chesney has always believed in getting his fans as close as possible. He started the Sand Bar at his shows to let the hardcore fans come down front and dance before it was a country music standard. He launched No Shoes Radio to let fans take the vibe of his music and shows with them anytime, anywhere via smart phone app or online (noshoesradio.com.)
Now he launches No Shoes TV, a quick-hit round-up of the best moments at this year’s The Big Revival Tour’s major stadiums shows. Correspondent Deanna Kay – who kicks the series off at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena — will catch up with the No Shoes Nation in the parking lot, on the road, in the stands and anywhere she thinks there’s a moment to capture.
“I’ve always said there is so much more to these shows and this tour than what happens onstage,” says Chesney. “The No Shoes Nation are the most passionate… Continue reading
Chart-topping performer preparing to take live show to the masses on Sunday’s ACM Awards
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (April 17, 2015) – Add another milestone in a year full of them: Eric Church’s “The Outsiders World Tour” is No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Tours recap.
Church scored the top slot – over some of music’s biggest pop stars. Billboard said Church has visited more than 60 cities and sold more than 725,000 tickets so far in support of the GRAMMY and ACM Award-nominated and widely acclaimed 2014 album The Outsiders.
Church has set venue attendance records in three cities, including his hometown Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, and Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. More than 18,000 fans attended each rowdy show. Feel left out? Fans can still see what all the fuss is about through September.
First up, the North Carolina native will perform on the CBS broadcast of the 50th anniversary edition of the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas,… Continue reading
Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson,
The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, John Conlee,
Marty Raybon, Ronnie Reno and More Record Classics with Bluegrass Flavor
Nashville, Tenn. (April 13, 2015) – Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are proud to announce the official release date, track listing, and artwork for their forthcoming album Country Grass, due out June 9th on Pinecastle Records. The bluegrass chart-toppers have teamed with some of the biggest country artists of all-time, including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, and John Conlee, to give country classics a new, unique, bluegrass twist. In addition, joining the impressive line-up is country singers Kelly Lang and Jesse Keith Whitley, along with bluegrass favorites Marty Raybon and Ronnie Reno.
Country Grass is fueled by the first single, “Runnin’ Water,” which features Grammy-award winning band, The Kentucky Headhunters. The single has been met with high critical acclaim. The Boot says “while Jordan’s… Continue reading
JIM ED BROWN and THE BROWNS TO BECOME THE NEWEST MEMBERS OF THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME
Catch Jim Ed Brown and The Browns This Weekend on The Grand Ole Opry and SiriusXM’s Willie’s Roadhouse with Charlie Monk
The Browns: Bonnie, Jim Ed and Maxine Courtesy of CMA
NASHVILLE, TN ( March 27,2015) – This week, the Country Music Association announced that Jim Ed Brown and The Browns will become the newest members of the revered Country Music Hall of Fame in the “Veterans Era Artist” category and the excitement continues to build!! Jim Ed Brown and The Browns (siblings Maxine and Bonnie) will be stopping by the SiriusXM studios to appear on Willie’s Roadhouse with Charlie Monk this Sunday, March 29th at 8 pm (ET) and re-air on Tuesday, March 31st at 11 am (ET). In addition, Jim Ed Brown will bring The Browns to the Grand Ole Opry during his appearances this weekend.
“This is all very overwhelming not just for me, but for the Brown family” said… Continue reading