New Music Announcement from Kenny Chesney
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2/7/20
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington

CHEERS

TOP SHELF

Kenny Chesney has built a career on offering hope, passion and the straight-cut joy of being alive. With Here and Now,” KC delivers two minutes and 51 seconds of pulsating attitude adjustment. With a thrumming guitar and a cymbal marking the beat, the song catalogs a series of life-defining places, set to a kick drum, before swooping down on a rollercoaster chorus that revels in the moment. To plug into the power of “Here and Now,” find it everywhere Feb. 21st.

SOUND-CHECK

  • Shania Twain will be a guest on today’s episode of The View

ON THE JUKEBOX

So excited to see new music from Granger Smith – check out “That’s Why I Love Dirt Roads”
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ON THE HOUSE

Special birthday wishes to my dear friend Mellissa aka MellyBelly!

TAILGATE WATCH

AT THE BAR

ON THE BAR WALL

Russell Dickerson, celebrates a RIAA Gold Certification for his full-length debut album “Yours,”  coming just months after earning his third gold certification for his most recent no.1 single “Every Little Thing.”  The smash single has amassed over 175,000,000 worldwide streams to date with the album nearing 925,000,000 worldwide streams. Following the tremendous success of his debut and sophomore singles “Yours” and “Blue Tacoma,” Dickerson now has three Gold singles in his discography, the first two reaching multi-platinum and platinum status.

CRUSHIN IT

Fresh off the release of his surprise project The Album Part I, Chase Rice continues an exciting start to the year with today’s release of his “Lonely If You Are” music video. The video directed by Reid Long puts a charming twist on typical live concert footage, with young aspiring musicians taking center stage in place of Rice, plus his band and crew, at a recent tour stop in Michigan. Rice also makes a few memorable cameos throughout the video – first as the meet & greet photographer and later in the pre-show huddle – as do his band members, who pass the musical baton to their lookalike counterparts.
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BMLG’S CRUSHIN IT

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BUZZIN

Dylan Scott adds another Platinum record to his collection with the RIAA certification of his hit song, “Hooked.” The milestone achievement marks Scott’s second Platinum certification following in the footsteps of his first No. 1 single, “My Girl.” Written by Lindsay Rimes, Morgan Evans and Seth Ennis, “Hooked” was included on the deluxe version of Scott’s self-titled debut.

NEAT

NBA officially released their 2020 Celebrity Game line up, naming Kane Brown to the team – which is one of my life goals fwiw. The event will emanate from the Wintrust Arena – home of the WNBA Chicago Sky – in Chicago, Ill. ESPN will exclusively televise the 2020 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Presented by Ruffles on Friday, February 14th, at 7 p.m. ET. 

BMLG’S MIXED DRINKS

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WITH A TWIST

Check out the newest comedic masterpiece from Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots – this is “The Target Song”
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ALL ACCESS

Arkansas-bred and Nashville-based singer/songwriter Alexis Wilkins is turning heads. Debuting new music via all digital outlets on Friday, March 6th, she is backed by an impressive team of music industry veterans, including Rob Beckham, Kristy Reeves and Cindy Watts of the AMG, Kris Wiatr of Wiatr & Associates, David Crow of Milom Horsnell Crow Kelley Beckett Shehan PLC, Luke Burland of BB Gun Press, and a team of agents at WME including Lance Alleman, Nate Towne & Mike Snider. I got to watch Alexis perform at a Whiskey Jam event in Nashville at the end of last year and she really made an impression on me – I thought she was very impressive.

AFTER PARTY

Justin Moore celebrated his 8th #1 hit, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” at an event hosted by ASCAP and BMI at The Sutler in Nashville. Standing alongside co-writers Chase McGill (4X No. 1 songwriter), Paul DiGiovanni (2X No. 1 songwriter) and producer Jeremy Stover (7X No. 1 songwriter), Moore gave a passionate thank you speech to everyone who contributed to the success of the song as the group acknowledged “it isn’t easy to get a power ballad about war to the top of the radio charts in the middle of summer!” Moore also choked up as he shared the emotional story of his daughter being saved at his church in Arkansas earlier in the week topping off both personal and professional peaks. The song’s co-producer and President/CEO of the Big Machine Label Group Scott Borchetta and GM of The Valory Music Co. George Briner also spoke about Moore’s success and their partnership of 15 years with the ACM Award-winning artist. The heartfelt party ended with a special presentation to Assistant Chief Daryl Davis of the Nashville Fire Department. Assistant Chief Davis was kind enough to allow Moore to film the official music video for the song at a fire station in his district to highlight the real-life sacrifices of his servicemen and servicewomen who put themselves on the front lines every day.
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BMLG’S LAST CALL

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