Laura Bell Bundy to Host Country Weekly Fashion Show

Laura Bell Bundy will host the Fifth Annual Country Weekly Fashion Show & Concert, Tuesday, June 7 at 9 p.m. at Nashville’s Rocketown. She will also perform during the show along with previously announced Joe Nichols and Steel Magnolia. GAC’s own Suzanne Alexander will emcee the show. “I am thrilled to participate in this awesome event [...] Read More

Joe Nichols & Steel Magnolia to Headline Country Weekly Fashion Show

Joe Nichols and Steel Magnolia are set to headline the Fifth Annual Country Weekly Fashion Show & Concert. The event, which will be emceed by GAC’s Suzanne Alexander, takes place June 7 at Nashville’s Rocketown and will benefit Musicians On Call, an organization that brings live and recorded music to patients in healthcare facilities. “The [...] Read More

Adam Gregory to Host Aristo Summer Show

Adam Gregory will both host and perform during AristoMedia Group’s Aristo Summer Show on Tuesday, June 7 in Nashville. Deborah Allen, Lacy Green, Amber Hayes, Ty Herndon, Rachel Holder, DJ Miller and Margaret Phillips are all scheduled to perform fifteen minute sets of original material during the event. The show starts at 3 p.m. CT [...] Read More

Lady Antebellum Gets Grammy Glory

Hello, world: Just in case anyone was left on the planet that hadn’t figured out how significant Lady Antebellum was this year, the Recording Academy slipped the band into three of the big-four, multi-genre categories on the prestigious Grammy Awards ballot. Finalists in the general-interest categories were unveiled Wednesday during a one-hour nominations special on CBS. “Need You Now” and the album of the same name were tabbed as finalists for Record, Song and Album of the Year, pitting Lady A against such pop, rock and rap acts as Eminem, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Arcade Fire. Miranda Lambert sang her snarky “Only Prettier” on the special, which also saw “The House That Built Me” gain a Song of the Year nomination for composers Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin. As a result, two country titles — “Need You Now” and “House” — are among the five Song of the Year finalists, something that’s only happened seven times in the Grammys’ previous 52 years. Read More