ERIC CHURCH REDEFINES TOURING: DOUBLES DOWN FOR 2019 TOUR
19 Cities: Back-to-Back Nights for Two Unique Shows Including One Night at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium
Verified Fan Registration: Friday, Sept. 21 10am CT
Tickets Inside the Stage Exclusively via New Eric Church App
Tickets on Sale to General Public Same Day as Desperate Man Album Release:
Friday, October 5
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Eric Church’s October 5 Desperate Man release is one of the year’s most anticipated albums, and now fans have even more reasons to look forward to its release date: 37 of them to be exact.
BMI and ASCAP Celebrate Back-to-Back Blake Shelton Number Ones
Music industry executives and tastemakers, friends and family gathered at Ole Red in Nashville to celebrate Blake Shelton’s 24th and 25th number one songs, “Every Time I Hear That Song” and “I’ll Name the Dogs.” The first song celebrated was “Every Time I Hear That Song,” written by BMI writers Brad Warren, Brett Warren, and Aimee Mayo and ASCAP songwriter Chris Lindsey. “I’ll Name the Dogs,” penned by ASCAP writers Matt Dragstrem and Ben Hayslip with BMI writer Josh Thompson. Ole Red was full to the brim with celebrants, who enjoyed the presentations by publishers, labels, producers and songwriters of both songs. Blake spoke highly of everyone he worked with, thanking all parties involved for the work to make the singles successful.
LANCO EARNS 2X PLATINUM SURPRISE FOR
MULTI-WEEK NO. ONE SMASH "GREATEST LOVE STORY” AHEAD OF LEAD SINGER BRANDON LANCASTER’S HONOR AS NSAI’S SONGWRITER/ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Since Their History-Making Debut in January, LANCO’s Momentum Continues to Intensify with CMA
“Vocal Group of the Year” and AMA “Best Country Duo/Group”
Nominations for Upcoming Awards
This “Big Year for the Band” (Rolling Stone) Sees Current Single
“Born To Love You” Push into Top 20 at Country Radio
NASHVILLE, TN - Sept. 20, 2018 - Before NSAI's annual "Nashville Songwriter Awards" last night at the Ryman Auditorium, CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” nominee LANCO was surprised by Sony Music Nashville with the news that their multi-week No. One hit "Greatest Love Story" has been certified 2X PLATINUM by the RIAA. Directly after, LANCO performed the “nostalgic” (CMT) chart-topper before lead singer and the track's sole-writer Brandon Lancaster was honored with the "Songwriter/Artist of the Year” award, joining the ranks of Taylor Swift and Jack White. The latest accolade proves LANCO has "won admirers among its peers" (Billboard) as "2018 has been a big year for the band” (Rolling Stone), becoming the only new artist nominated for American Music Award's "Best Country Duo/Group" alongside their first-ever CMA nod.
Photo caption: Charlie Daniels and David Corlew present Chris Young with the "Charlie Daniels Patriot Award"
Photo ID left to right:
Charlie Daniels, Chris Young, David Corlew (Daniels' manager and The Journey Home Project co-founder)
Photo caption: Charlie Daniels performs at the "Patriot Award Dinner"
*Photos courtesy of Erick Anderson / eafoto
Daniels Presents Young with Special Honor at Sold-Out
"Charlie Daniels Patriot Award Dinner" Held at Nashville's Palm Restaurant
Event Raises More than 200k to Benefit The Journey Home Project and
United States Military Veterans
Nashville, Tenn. (September 20, 2018) — On Tuesday, September 18 at the "Charlie Daniels Patriot Award Dinner" held at The PalmRestaurant in downtown Nashville, country singer Chris Young received a special honor and one that's very near and dear to his heart. During the sold-out event benefiting The Journey Home Project (TJHP), Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels presented Young with the first-ever "Charlie DanielsPatriot Award."
JASON ALDEAN RETURNS TO NASHVILLE
FOR ANNUAL “CONCERT FOR THE CURE” ON OCT. 3RD
Tickets for the Intimate Performance and Dinner are On-Sale Now and BenefitSusan G. Komen Central Tennessee
NASHVILLE, TN - Sept. 17, 2018 - As an avid supporter towards the fight against breast cancer, current three-time CMA nominee Jason Aldean will celebrate his annual "Concert For The Cure” at Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar in Nashville on Oct. 3rd. With all proceeds benefitting Susan G. Komen Central Tennessee, the night continues Aldean's longstanding partnership with Susan G. Komen after raising more than $3.6 million to benefit local Komen Affiliates across the country. Fans will be treated to an intimate performance by the three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year after a three-course meal off the restaurant’s menu, with all food being donated courtesy of TC Restaurant Group. Beginning today, a limited number of tickets are now available for $100 at https://bit.ly/2D44LVY (exact seating is based on group size and time of guests’ arrival).