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7.1.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • Lady A (7.2), Jimmie Allen + Brad Paisley (7.5), Dierks Bentley (7.23) & Old Dominion (7.30) will headline Good Morning America‘s 2021 Summer Concert Series 
  • Alan Jackson, Jimmie Allen, Jennifer Nettles, and Mickey Guyton will be representing country music on the all-genre bill for PBS’ upcoming A Capitol Fourth television special. (7.4)
  • Jon Pardi (7.5) and Lady A (7.6) will perform on ELLEN while Jimmie Allen will appear (7.8) to chat about his upcoming children’s book “My Voice Is a Trumpet” 
  • Bobby Bones co-hosts CBS’ The Talk (7.8-9)
  • Dan + Shay (tbd) Mickey Guyton (tbd) will headline the TODAY Show’s Citi Summer Concert Series
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  • King Calaway is set to return with new music this summer and has joined the Red Light Management roster.
  • Warner Chappell Music (WCM) Nashville, the music publishing arm of Warner Music Group, has inked a worldwide deal with chart-topping songwriter, producer, and classically-trained pianist, Alexander Palmer. A multi-faceted talent, Palmer has landed two No. 1 hits at country radio including, Jason Aldean’s “Got What I Got,” which boasts over 350M streams, and Dierks Bentley’s 2x platinumSomewhere on a Beach,” which was named ASCAP’s Song of the Year in 2017.
  • The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum announced that Country Music Hall of Fame member Roy Acuff’s cherished fiddle has been added to the museum’s permanent collection. On view to the public today—just in time to celebrate our nation’s independence—Acuff’s fiddle debuts in a spotlight exhibit in the museum’s upper-level galleries. The fiddle, which was found and given to Acuff by American soldiers stationed in Germany at the end of World War II, was donated to the museum by Vince Gill. 
  • Big Machine Records announced the addition of Jane Staszak to its radio promotion team as Director, Midwest Promotion and Marketing, effective immediately
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  • Ray Fulcher stepped into the circle of the Grand Ole Opry stage for his debut performance this past weekend! The day marked another first for Fulcher with the release of three new songs — “Bucket List Beers,” “Way Out,” and “Girl in It,” his first single going to Country radio as an artist on Black River.
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  • Renowned independent record label Curb Records and the Mike Curb Foundation has filed a federal lawsuit, Curb Records v. William Lee, challenging a new Tennessee law, HB 1182, that requires businesses to post a demeaning notice on their premises if they have policies allowing access for transgender individuals on an equal basis to other patrons. The complaint asserts that HB 1182 – which designates precise dimensions, red and yellow coloring and specific language amounting to a “not welcome” sign to patrons – promotes a hostile climate for LGBT people in the state and denies them equal access to businesses open to the public as well as to employment and educational opportunities. Curb Records and the Mike Curb Foundation argue that the law compels them and other Tennessee businesses to endorse a climate of fear and nonacceptance of LGBT people, in contradiction to their company values of integrity, respect for diversity and nondiscrimination.
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  • Jimmie Allen, Pitbull, teamwork: “Flavor
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