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The ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC (ACM) will stage its annual “Party For A Cause” in NASHVILLE for the first time this year. Set for TUESDAY, AUGUST 24th at ASCEND AMPHITHEATER, the event will be hosted by SIRIUSXM’s STORME WARREN and feature performances from LEE BRICE, BRETT ELDREDGE, MICKEY GUYTON, SAM HUNT, OLD DOMINION (with special guests), TENILLE TOWNES, TRISHA YEARWOOD and more to be announced. Event proceeds benefit the ACADEMY’s philanthropic arm, ACM LIFTING LIVES.
Country music powerhouse and Curb Records recording artist, Lee Brice, is celebrating his win at this year’s CMA Awards for “Musical Event of the Year” for his single with Carly Pearce, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.” The song, produced by late songwriter and producer, Busbee, was a hit for the artists – quickly climbing to #1 at Country radio. “I can’t even begin to express the gratitude I have for this single moment. GOD IS SO GOOD!,” says Brice. “Quarantined, locked off from the world, my family, my babies, and yet I’ve been feeling more reflective and more grateful in the silence than I have in a really long time. Just when I truly believe I couldn’t ask for a single thing more, y’all hit me with this! Y’all, thank you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Carly – thank you for believing in me! Thank you, CMA! Thank you to my fans for being the best and I’m looking forward to this upcoming year with you all!” Pearce will be performing the single at this evening’s award show alongside Lady A’s Charles Kelley, who is stepping in for Brice while he quarantines at home following a positive COVID diagnosis. Check out to ABC online for all CMA Award winners and replay performances as we celebrate Country music’s biggest night. For additional information on Lee Brice, please visit: WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitter
Country Music Powerhouse Lee Brice Honored at the National Music Publishers’ Association’s Gold & Platinum Gala (Nashville, TN – October 24, 2019) This past Wednesday, Country music star Lee Brice was honored by the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) during their annual Gold & Platinum Gala at City Winery Nashville.
Hallmark Channel & PEDIGREE Foundation Televised Benefit Concert to Air Tonight Monday, Oct. 21st Country Artists Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes & Easton Corbin Performed for The Love of Dogs Benefit Concert at CMA Theater to benefit PEDIGREE Foundation Nashville, TN – October 21, 2019 – Hallmark Channel and PEDIGREE Foundation teamed up for a television special to help the millions of shelter and rescue dogs across the country find loving homes. The Love of Dogs Benefit Concert will air tonight on Hallmark Channel at 9:00 CST. The concert special will feature country artists Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes and Easton Corbin from the Country Music Hall of Fame CMA Theater that was filmed earlier this month. Rising country artist Jillian Cardarelli performed during the Sponsor Reception prior to the show taping while Hallmark Channel’s own Larissa Wohl served as emcee for the evening.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 2, 2016) – Kirt Webster, President of Webster Public Relations, is excited to announce the signing of Mark Chesnutt to its’ roster for publicity representation. Read more… LOS ANGELES (May 1, 2016) — Winners have been announced for the star-studded 2016 AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS which aired LIVE tonight on FOX from The Forum in Inglewood, Ca. Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt each picked up two awards: Bryan was named Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist Of The Year, while Hunt received Breakthrough Male Of The Year and Digital Album Of The Year. Other winners included Kelsea Ballerini (Breakthrough Female Of The Year), Garth Brooks (Touring Artist Of The Year), Florida Georgia Line (Group/Duo Of The Year), Chris Stapleton (Album Of The Year), and Carrie Underwood (Female Artist Of The Year). Read more… BETHLEHEM, PA (April 30, 2016) – Country newcomer Paul Knakk releases his first single from his debut EP. You can check out this country rocker at http://www.nationalcountryreview.com/music-videos/boots-by-paul-knakk-exclusive-single-premiere/ and tell us what you think! NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Friday, April 29, 2016) – Since they first met in 2002, platinum-selling Country artists Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have become close friends. They’ve written together, toured together and partied together, but they’ve never released music together – until now. Curb artists Niemann and Brice have released a new duet, “A Little More Love,” to iTunes today. Find out more at… NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (April 28, 2016) – Singer, songwriter, and now, author Scotty McCreery will release his first book, Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream, and launch his book signing tour on Tuesday, May 3. During the first two weeks of May, the ACM and CMT Award winner will hold book signings at bookstores and venues in 14 cities. The book signing tour will begin in Ridgewood, New Jersey on release day and end in his hometown of Garner, North Carolina on May 14. Read more…
New York City’s only Country radio station — announced that Lee Brice, Rodney Atkins, Mo Pitney and Dylan Scott will be performing at the 10/26 New York edition of its popular “NASH BASH” concert series. NASH FM 94.7, New York City’s only Country radio station, presents “NASH BASH” at Manhattan’s Beacon Theater on October 26 at 7:30 p.m. featuring Country star Lee Brice as the headliner and performances by Rodney Atkins, Mo Pitney and Dylan Scott. [bctt tweet=”Get the detailed lineup for the 2015 #NASHBASH!”] NASH BASH marks NASH FM 94.7’s return to the Beacon Theater following the station’s successful NASH Holiday BASH at the venue in 2013, which featured performances by Dierks Bentley and Parmalee. The concert celebrates New York’s Country Station listeners across the tri-state area. As NASH’s flagship station, NASH FM 94.7 draws nearly 1.4 million listeners a week. Country fans can listen live for chances to win tickets to the stellar concert event beginning soon. Lee Brice is an award-winning Country music singer, songwriter and producer. Brice recently received the 2015 Academy of Country Music Award for “Single Record Of The Year,” which recognized the success of his 2014 album I Don’t Dance. Brice is currently on a national tour seeking to become the first Country artist to perform in all 50 U.S. states in 2015. Country music singer-songwriter Rodney Atkins’ skyrocketed to fame in 1997 when he charted his first single on the Billboard Country chart. Since then, Atkins has had 6 number one hits, sold 4 million singles since 2010, received 8 major Country Music award nominations and been recognized as the Academy of Country Music’s “Top New Male Vocalist.” Mo Pitney is a Country music singer-songwriter whose critically acclaimed single “Country” held a Top 40 spot on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for 24 consecutive weeks in 2015. Pitney is a Nashville native and is widely regarded as one of Country music’s biggest rising stars. Dylan Scott is an up-and-coming Country music singer-songwriter and social media sensation. Scott’s music videos and popular covers on YouTube have gone viral generating millions of views, and his recent single “Crazy Over Me” reached #14 on Billboard’s Country Digital Sales chart. Cumulus launched the NASH Country music lifestyle entertainment brand in January 2013 beginning with New York’s Country Station NASH FM 94.7. In addition to Country radio stations and live concerts/events, the NASH brand includes original feature-length films, NASH Country Weekly magazine, online content and television programming. Country radio programs originate from Cumulus Media’s NASH campus in Nashville, the nation’s only multimedia facility devoted solely to producing and distributing content based on the Country music lifestyle. Tickets to the event are available through Ticketmaster.com beginning today at 1:00 p.m. ET and range from $30 to $50.
Country Music Awards: Who Isn’t Winning That Should? Every time the nominees list for a country award show is announced, there’s always a little bit of controversy. Each fan gets angry if their favorite hasn’t been included, for example the snubbing of Carrie Underwood at this year’s ACM Awards for Entertainer of the Year, or when an artist gets nominated that people feel haven’t earned their place, for example Kacey Musgraves for Female Vocalist of the Year at the very same awards. Everyone has their own idea about who deserves that coveted award, because it’s a simple matter of aesthetics. However, for me, there are a few that pop up again and again as snubbed, and they are as follows. This is just a small selection of a few artists I would like to see winning or being nominated for major awards, and you are welcome to suggest more in the comment section below! Too Many Men? The problem with mainstream country is that the scene is crowded with male solo artists. In comparison, the female and group categories are not picking from such a huge list of artists, and thus we get a very similar selection for each awards show. The duo categories are usually so lacking that Sugarland, who haven’t released an album since 2010, continue to be nominated in each award show on a near-constant basis. They’ve been on hiatus for a good year or more, yet is there any other major label duo who is a clear choice for that nominee spot? True, the award shows should be about good music period, but the fact is they’re part of the corporate machine, and there is simply no other duo that springs to mind to fill that position. However, the male categories are always crowded, and well-known yet still smaller acts like Lee Brice get somewhat forgotten among the rabble. Then there’s a personal favorite of mine, Eric Church, who is now beginning to be recognized, but still encounters the problem of often being nominated and rarely winning. Acts such as Darius Rucker who are hitting #1 on Country Radio get ignored entirely (to my knowledge Darius didn’t even go to this year’s ACMs). Not the Right “Sound”? As for women, Miranda Lambert seems to be on a roll of late winning awards, and clearing up at last year’s CMA Awards. But the Pistol Annies, the band she’s a member of, remain firmly in her shadow, and as far as I know they haven’t been nominated for a single major country award yet (correct me if I’m wrong!). In fact, I feel if it weren’t for Miranda, they wouldn’t be invited to every show, and they certainly wouldn’t have performed with Blake Shelton at the ACMs in April. Ashley Monroe too, also a member of the Pistol Annies, perhaps explained by her more traditional-orientated output, is hugely critically acclaimed and not awarded. But if we’re looking for less traditional sounds that are more likely to be nominated, Continue reading The Problem With Award Shows: The Artists Who Should Win And Don’t