Your Morning Hangover for Tuesday, March 23rd
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3.22.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • Hope you can take a minute and watch this Morning Joe segment I appeared on where I pointed to Luke Combs as an example of someone who has shown through his #CRS2021 conversation the value of not immediately canceling someone for past social media posts.

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  • Brett Young performs on The Kelly Clarkson Show (3.25)
  • “CMT Crossroads: Nathaniel Rateliff Margo Price” will premiere (3.26) at 10 p.m. ET
  • The 56th Annual ACM Awards will broadcast live from The Opry, The Ryman & The Bluebird Cafe only on CBS (4.18)
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  • Chase Bryant: “Upbringing” (the music video)
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The volunteer spirit of Nashvillians turned out during the Country Music Association’s week-long donation drive benefitting Musically Fed, a nonprofit supporting music industry personnel affected by the pandemic. The drive, which took place at CMA’s Music Row offices March 15-19, resulted in 14 road cases full of goods to be distributed at Musically Fed’s food drive-thru on Saturday, March 27. The Nashville music community showed their support with Frankie Ballard, Shy Carter, Easton Corbin, Adam Doleac, Brooke Eden, Ross Ellis, Johnny Gates, Kelsey Lamb, Tyra Madison, Ian Munsick, 
Kelby Ray 
of The Cadillac Three, Michael Ray, Payton Smith, Track45, Matt Thomas from the band Parmalee, Emma White and LaineyWilson all coming out to deliver goods and support the drive. BBR Music Group also made a label donation of over $1,000 worth of goods to support the organizations’ efforts. 
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