BIG Congrats to the ACMs Artist of the Decade…
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3/7/2019
By: @KurtBardella from Sonoma, CA

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TOP SHELF

The Three-time reigning entertainer of the year Jason Aldean will receive the ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award at the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7th in Vegas. Aldean is the sixth artist to receive the award joining Marty Robbins (1969), Loretta Lynn (1979), Alabama (1988), Garth Brooks (1998) and George Strait (2008).
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SOUND-CHECK

  • Maren Morris celebrates the release of “Girl” with appearances on the TODAY Show (tomorrow), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Monday) & on BRAVO’s Watch What Happens Live! (Tuesday)
  • Lee Brice performs “Rumor” during the 10 a.m. edition of tomorrow’s TODAY Show
  • Dan + Shay will perform “All To Myself” on Monday’s episode of Late Night Seth on NBC
  • Brett Young & Boyz II Men team-up for CMT Crossroads premiering on Wednesday, March 27th at 10/9c only on CMT

WITH YOUR HAIR-OF-THE-DOG

Watch Michael Ray perform “I’m Gonna Miss You” on GMA’s Strahan & Sara
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ON THE JUKEBOX

Check out Thompson Square’s “Masterpiece”
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ON THE KARAOKE MACHINE

Check out this performance/lyric video from the duo The Belles of an unreleased song called “Demons”
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FRONT OF THE HOUSE

#TBT to #CRS2017 when I saw Midland perform “Drinkin’ Problem” for the very first time … thanks George for saving me a seat for this one
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BAR TALK

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ON THE BAR WALL

Not only did Michael Ray perform his Top 10 hit “One That Got Away” on GMA’s “Strahan & Sara” (ABC) yesterday, but the hosts also surprised him on air with a plaque celebrating the Gold certification of his singles “Kiss You In The Morning,” “Think A Little Less” and “Get To You.” 

CRUSHIN IT

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BUZZIN

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NEAT

(Front row, L-R) John Anderson; Dan Auerbach; Bobby Bones; Country Music Hall of Fame Member Reba McEntire; Kane Brown; Jeannie Seely; and Manuel (Second row, L-R) Brad Clawson; Rodney Clawson; Nicolle Galyon; Matraca Berg; Dom Flemons; Chris Eldridge; and Katie Hogue (John Hartford’s Daughter). (Third row, L-R) Becky Buller; Alison Brown; Missy Raines; Kyle Young, CEO, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum; Molly Tuttle; Sierra Hull; Justin Moses; and Tyler Mahan Coe (Photo by: Jason Kempen/Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum)

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum celebrated the opening of its newest exhibition American Currents: The Music of 2018. The exhibit carefully examines the previous year in country music, defined broadly to include country-related styles such as Americana and bluegrass music, and offers rich detail about the noteworthy figures and events in country music’s recent past. The 2018 class of American Currents is composed of artists, songwriters, broadcasters, and several class members were in attendance this evening to see their displays for the first time. Those attending the opening reception included: John Anderson, Dan Auerbach, Matraca Berg, Bobby Bones, Alison Brown, Kane Brown, Becky Buller, Brad Clawson, Rodney Clawson, Tyler Mahan Coe, Chris Eldridge, Dom Flemons, Nicolle Galyon, John Hartford’s family, Sierra Hull, Manuel, Country Music Hall of Fame member Reba McEntire, Justin Moses, Missy Raines, Jeannie Seely, and Molly Tuttle. Others featured in the exhibit include Jason Aldean, Brothers Osborne, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce, Pistol Annies, John Prine, Chris Stapleton, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban.

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ALL ACCESS

With nearly a decade of friendship stemming from their love of country music and the Grand Ole Opry, frequent guest CARLY PEARCE and member JEANNIE SEELY now share another special occasion – celebrating their inclusion into the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s new exhibit, American Currents: The Music of 2018. Both generations had a first look when Jeannie recently surprised Carly ahead of its official where the two admired their personal memorabilia on display. The exhibit opens officially tomorrow!

BACKSTAGE PASS

WME’s Agent Trainees hosted another successful Speakeasy on Tuesday night. The Speakeasy, held at Nashville staple 3rd & Lindsley, featured performances by Logan Brill, Carlton Anderson, and Josh Melton. The WME Agent Trainees host Speakeasies each quarter, showcasing WME’s talented and diverse roster of clients.

AFTER PARTY

Left to Right: Troy Tomlinson (Sony/ATV Nashville President/CEO), Bruce Scavuzzo (Sony/ATV SVP, Business & Legal Affairs), Danny Nozell (CTK Management CEO), Dolly Parton, Martin Bandier (Sony/ATV Chairman and CEO) and Brian Monaco (Sony/ATV President, Global Chief Marketing Officer) Photo Credit: Michael Kovac

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed a deal to represent the catalog of legendary singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. The agreement takes in songs from across Parton’s entire career,

SHOT

Check out newcomer Jenny Tolman’s “My Welcome Mat” or as she calls it, her “What would Dolly do” song
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LAST CALL

#TBT to the music video that kicked off Jason Aldean’s run to become the ACMs Artist of the Decade ….
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