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Jake Owen & Friends Bring The Beach To Nashville

On April 27th, Jake Owen brought his current tour to Ascend Amphitheatre in Nashville along with tourmates, LANco and Eric Paslay.

LANco started the evening out with a fun set, followed by Eric Paslay showing some smooth moves with “High Class“.

Then came Jake Owen to close out the evening.  As we readied for him to take the stage, a huge backdrop of a flamingo hid the set-up.  As the music started, the backdrop was slowly torn down to reveal Owen and his full band.

He entertained and kept the attention of the packed crowd downtown well into the evening.  Concertgoers sang, clapped, and danced along in delight at his high energy set.

Definitely a tour not to be missed as the native Floridian & friends KNOW how to entertain a crowd.

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Eric Paslay NO.1 MOST ADDED AT COUNTRY RADIO with NEW Single “High Class”


EMI Records Nashville breakthrough country artist Eric Paslay releases his new single “High Class” from the celebrated singer-songwriter’s highly-anticipated sophomore album. Co-penned by Paslay, Corey Crowder and Jesse Frasure, the back beat-driven groove premiered exclusively with The Bobby Bones Show and is the No. 1 most added song at Country radio this week. 


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On the heels of the fastest growing single of his career, Chris Young, “one of the strongest, most distinctive voices among country’s current crop” (Billboard), is unveiling his upcoming “I’m Comin’ Over” fall tour, leading up to his fifth studio album due later this year.  With six chart-toppers and a hit-packed set, Young, “one of country’s most reliable hitmakers” (USA Today), will continue his headlining streak, igniting the “I’m Comin’ Over” Tour October 22 in Savannah, GA with fourteen dates continuing throughout the rest of the year as revealed by Entertainment Weekly earlier this morning.


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[Video] Eric Paslay Releases New Video For “Song About A Girl”

Eric-Paslay FOCUSonthe615EMI Records Nashville’s singer/songwriter Eric Paslay just released the music video for his current single, “Song About A Girl.” The video was shot in Nashville, TN and directed by Wes Edwards. Continue Reading →

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EMI Records Nashville’s Eric Paslay (pass-lay) debuts his “Country Covers” performance on Ram Country on Yahoo Music today.  The performance includes a fresh, heartfelt rendition of Sheryl Crow’s “I Shall Believe”, as well as, an acoustic version of his Top 25 and climbing hit single, “Song About A Girl” and can be viewed at http://ramcountry.music.yahoo.com.

“Song About A Girl” is the second single from Eric’s self-titled debut album.  The album’s debut single, “Friday Night,” was Eric’s first No. 1 as an artist and fourth No. 1 as a songwriter.  The Texas native’s three prior No. 1 hits as a songwriter include “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” (Eli Young Band), “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” (Jake Owen) and “Angel Eyes” (Love & Theft).  Eric recently made appearances on ABC’s Good Morning AmericaFox & Friends and The Queen Latifah Show.  He is currently on the road with Brantley Gilbert on his Let It Ride Tour.

Ram Country on Yahoo Music is the marquee country music program on Yahoo, sponsored by Ram Trucks. Currently in its fourth season, the program showcases a variety of original content and video segments, including live concert events, exclusive in-studio musical performances, interviews, news reports and documentary-style video episodes, as well as comprehensive blog coverage and exclusive photo galleries. In Ram Country on Yahoo Music’s “Country Covers,” an artist covers a classic country song or contemporary hit as well as his/her own current single.

Ram Country shoots in-studio and on-location across the United States with a range of artists, from stars such as Keith Urban and Taylor Swift, to emerging talent in country music.

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PHOTO | Eric Paslay’s #1 Celebration Party For “Friday Night”

Eric PaslayI had the pleasure of helping Eric Paslay, along with some other members of the media and music community, celebrate his first #1 hit as an artist for “Friday Night” last Monday, February 24th at the CMA office on Music Row.  Continue Reading →

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CMA Keep The Music Playing All-Star Concert

CMA Foundation presents check of $1,000,000 to Metro Nashville Public Schools to support music programs.

CMA Foundation presents check of $1,000,000 to Metro Nashville Public Schools to support music programs.

On Tuesday, January 28th, CMA held its 5th Annual Keep The Music Playing All-Stars Concert at the CMA Theater inside the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Continue Reading →

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JDRF Golf Classic Set for Monday, May 13th


The 2013 JDRF Golf Classic is set for Monday, May 13, 2013 at the prestigious Vanderbilt Legends Club. Co-emcees Joe Dubin, popular co-host of “The Sports Revolution” on 102.5 The Game, and Erin Como, member of the Fox17 team, will join celebrity guest players EMI Records Nashville artist Eric Paslay, RCA Nashville duo Love and Theft, and others. Shotgun start is at 1:00 p.m.

The tournament includes a four-man scramble with lots of twists. Exciting prizes, including hole-in-one contests for cash & trips and more provided by Tournament Promotions and sponsored by Advantage Home Improvement, will be available. Vertek Solutions will sponsor an exciting putting contest, and players can take home part of the tournament with some fabulous gifts and a golfer goodie bag.

Complimentary lunch from DeSano Pizza, dinner from Nero’s Grill, beer from AJAX Turner, spirits from Pearl Vodka, and tasting stations from Nucci’s Gelato & Fresh Market, plus cigars from Puro Sabor and UPtown’s Smoke Shop will be distributed throughout the course. In-kind sponsors include Walgreens and DET Distributing, and Academy Sports is the exclusive gift card sponsor. Swiftwick will also sponsor a tent providing socks for every golfer playing in the tournament.

About Love and Theft
(Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson) are an ACM, ACA, CMA and CMT-nominated duo who released their self-titled album on RCA Nashville in July 2012. A true duo, Eric and Stephen share lead vocals throughout their album, which was produced by Josh Leo (Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). Their LOVE AND THEFT cd includes the Gold-Certified, #1 hit “Angel Eyes,” and their next single, “If You Ever Get Lonely.” They’ve toured with Brad Paisley, Jake Owen, are currently on the road with Tim McGraw. Eric Gunderson was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 13 years old. Visit: www.LoveandTheft.com.Follow: @loveandtheft

About Eric Paslay
All it takes is seeing Eric Paslay perform once to become hooked on his music and his infectious personality. Also diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, honesty has been a powerful magnet that always draws an eager audience, and it has proven to be a potent tool in Eric creative arsenal. The Texas native co-wrote his new single “Friday Night” with Rose Falcon and Rob Crosby, and it was produced by Marshall Altman. In addition to his three #1 singles (“Even If It Breaks Your Heart” performed by the Eli Young Band, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” performed by Jake Owen” and “Angel Eyes” performed by Love & Theft), Paslay has been nominated for multiple awards for his songwriting including GRAMMY Best Country Song, ACM Song of the Year and CMA Song of the Year. He was awarded the ASCAP 2012 County Music Song of the Year for his hit “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and the CMA Triple Play Award for writing three No. one songs in one year. Visit: www.ericpaslay.com Follow: @ericpaslay

For any questions please contact Alexandra Barker at the JDRF office by calling 615-383-6781 or through email at abarker@jdrf.org.

About JDRF
JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Driven by passionate, grassroots volunteers connected to children, adolescents, and adults with this disease, JDRF is now the largest charitable supporter of T1D research. The goal of JDRF research is to improve the lives of all people affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, better treating, and preventing T1D. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners who share this goal.

Since its founding in 1970, JDRF has awarded more than $1.6 billion to diabetes research. Past JDRF efforts have helped to significantly advance the care of people with this disease, and have expanded the critical scientific understanding of T1D. JDRF will not rest until T1D is fully conquered. More than 80 percent of JDRF’s expenditures directly support research and research-related education.

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Country Radio Seminar 2013: Celebrities, Surprises and Stars of Tomorrow

Country Radio Seminar wrapped up last week to record attendance, bright new stars, and performances by the biggest names in country music. The three-day event overtook the Nashville Convention Center as thousands poured in for the annual meeting.

As a media outlet, we have the opportunity to cover the event, and interview some of the brightest up-and-coming stars in the format. We’ll be posting those interviews in the upcoming days; and we’ve also got photo and video coverage of the events, so stay tuned!

So here’s a recap of what our week looked like:

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Lady Antebellum To Release Fourth Studio Album on May 7

Lady Antebellum, Golden

Lady Antebellum appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America Tuesday morning (February 19th) to announce the details of their fourth studio album, Golden, which is set for release May 7th. The three wrote the title track with label-mate Eric Paslay over a bottle of wine in Charles Kelley’s library room. “”It’s actually the last song we wrote for the record,” Charles tells The Huffington Post. While a few details have yet to be finalized, the collection will include 11 or 12 songs, half of which were written or co-written by the group. Paul Worley is once again at the helm for Golden, having produced all Lady A’s previous releases.

“This album feels to me like one of those that from start to finish could be a good road-trip record and that’s what we wanted,” said Lady A’s Charles Kelley. “It’s one of the reasons why the term ‘golden’ was kind of cool. I think about road trips and driving down the road with those little streaks of sunshine popping through the trees, especially at sunset. ‘Golden’…it just gives you this warm, easy feeling.”

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