TMH presents #NewMusicFriday for June 4th
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6.4.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • Dillon Carmichael ft Jon Pardi: “Hot Beer” (the music video)

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  • Little Big Town headlines the TODAY Show’s Citi Summer Concert Series (today)
  • The 2021 CMT Music Awards (6.9) co-hosted by Kane Brown + Kelsea Ballerini will air at 8/7c on CMT
  • 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 
  • Dan + Shay (tbd) Zac Brown Band (tbd) & Mickey Guyton (tbd) will headline the TODAY Show’s Citi Summer Concert Series
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  • Jameson Rodgers: “Some Girls” (the cabin sessions)
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  • Cameo, the marketplace leader for personalized videos and fan interactions, is proud to announce a charitable partnership with ACM Lifting Lives, the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Country Music, for the “Cameo Goes Country” campaign to benefit the ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund, and music therapy programs for health-related issues, both mental and physical. The “Cameo Goes Country” charitable campaign is live Thursday, June 3rd through Wednesday, June 30th and fans can view participating talent, book personalized messages, and purchase virtual meet-and-greet tickets in support of the initiative by visiting: www.cameo.com/tags/acm-lifting-lives. More than 25 of Country music’s biggest names are kicking-off the event with a variety of exclusive, first-come, first-served, and limited-time offers, and all artists are donating 100% of their proceeds to this worthy cause. “Cameo Goes Country” offers are currently available from Adam Hambrick, Boy Named Banjo, Brandon Lay, Carrie Underwood, Catie Offerman, Caylee Hammack, CB30, Chrissy Metz, Deana Carter, Dillon James, Jon Pardi, Jordan Davis, Josh Turner, Kassi Ashton, Kip Moore, Kylie Morgan, Lauren Alaina, Levi Hummon, Maddie & Tae, Mickey Guyton, Pebe Sebert, Priscilla Block, Runaway June, Trace Adkins, Travis Denning, Tyler Hubbard, and Walker Hayes.
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  • Leading global talent, entertainment and sports company UTA has officially opened its new Nashville headquarters. The team now occupies the site of the former downtown Carnegie Library at 225 Polk Avenue in the heart of Music City. The office was designed by award-winning firm HASTINGS Architecture, which transformed the three-story, mid-century historic building into a sophisticated and contemporary headquarters. Elements of the original library have been preserved and integrated into the office with highlights such as the old book drop on the parking level. The design is animpressive feat of modern expression, with bold accents, textures and materials infusing soul into the clean, sleek aesthetic. As such, the space serves as a timeless backdrop for the range of artists and creatives UTA represents.
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  • The CMA Foundation is set to host a special online conversation Tuesday, June 8th during the annual National School Boards Association’s (NSBA) Advocacy Institute. The session will feature CMA Foundation President and CMA CEO Sarah Trahern, joined by Country Music superstar and best-selling author Trisha Yearwood to discuss the importance of music education. The NSBA’s Advocacy Institute features key policy makers and advocates working to improve educational outcomes and ensure that every student has access to a quality education. In addition to Trahern and Yearwood, this year’s Advocacy Institute will feature U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, Federal Communications Commission Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, U.S. House Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott and U.S. Senators Charles Grassley and Susan Collins.
  • Music industry professionals affected by the pandemic who are facing difficulties paying medical expenses for pets are getting help thanks to the Country Music Association’s new partnership with Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Fund at Waggle, the only pet-dedicated crowdfunding platform that partners directly with veterinary providers. As part of its ongoing Music Industry COVID Support (MICS) initiative, CMA will fund vet services and pet food supply for qualifying members of the broader music community with a cat or dog. Donate to the fund or apply for assistance here
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