YOUR Morning Hangover for Tuesday, May 4th
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5.4.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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DVR ALERT

  • Luke Bryan will be a guest on ELLEN (today)
  • Jennifer Nettles joins The Drew Barrymore Show (today)
  • Thomas Rhett will perform on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (tonight) & on ELLEN (5.5)
  • The 2021 BBMAs will broadcast on May 23rd at 8/7c on NBC
  • The 2021 iHeartRadio Musc Awards will air on May 27th at 8/7c on FOX
  • The 2021 CMT Music Awards will air on June 9th at 8/7c on CMT
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  • Walker County: “Bits & Pieces” (TV Debut via The Kelly Clarkson Show)
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  • Maggie Rose: “Saint” (the lyric video)
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  • Brett Kissel: “What Is Life” (Debut Performance)
  • Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert & Jon Randall: “Geraldine” (live performance)
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  • Warner Music Nashville recording artist Michael Ray has always cut songs that feel true to him, but nothing feels truer than his own story. Together with award-winning songwriters Michael Hardy and David Garcia, he penned his newest track “Picture” (out THIS Friday) about memories of his family captured in photograph: One day we’re barefoot, young and alive / the next we’re a story in a three-by-five / that somebody’s sure glad to have. The track, inspired by the passing of Ray’s uncle in June 2020, is equal parts loving tribute to memories past and grateful look ahead to those yet to come. 
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  • Brooke Eden releases THIS Friday her warm and inviting track “Got No Choice,” penned by herself, Jesse Frasure, and Cary Barlowe. This is the third and final track to Eden’s reintroduction. The accompanying video is to premiere the next day, May 8th, on CMT’s “Hot 20 Countdown” as well as on ViacomCBS’ Times Square billboard.
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  • Eric Church’s “Heart” “&” “Soul” (available now) continues to make waves atop the Billboard charts. Not only does the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year replace himself atop the all-genre Top Album Sales chart, as Soul takes over the No. 1 spot following Heart’s chart-topping debut last week, he also continues to occupy three of the Top 10 spots with the expansive project: Heart at No. 9, the fan-club exclusive at No. 3 and Soul at No. 1. In addition, Church sits atop the all-genre Billboard Artist 100 chart while also becoming the first country artist to simultaneously occupy the top two spots on the Billboard Vinyl Albums chart since its inception in 2011, with Soul and & at No. 1 and 2 respectively. Meanwhile, at radio, his current singleHell Of A View” off the Soul album also enters the Top 5 on the Mediabase chart.
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  • Justin Moore announced the format’s inaugural line of NFTs in support of his new collection STRAIGHT OUTTA THE COUNTRY. Unveiling original NFTs: Non-Fitted T-Shirts via his webstore.
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Jordan Davis announced that he will release a new EP called “Buy Dirt” on May 21st which includes a collaboration with Luke Bryan on the title track!

Buy Dirt Track Listing:
  1. Blow Up Your TV (Written by John Prine and Jeffrey Bradford Kent)
  2. Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan) (Written by Jordan Davis, Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
  3. Need To Not (Written by Jordan Davis, Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
  4. Drink Had Me (Written by Jordan Davis, Ashley Gorley, Emily Weisband, Paul DiGiovanni)
  5. Lose You (Written by Jordan Davis, Paul DiGiovanni, Josh Kerr, Josh Dorr)
  6. Almost Maybes (Written by Jordan Davis, Jesse Frasure, Hillary Lindsey)
  7. I Still Smoked (Written by Jordan Davis, Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton)
  8. Trying (Written by Jordan Davis, Ashley Gorley, Emily Weisband, Paul DiGiovanni)
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  • The Country Music Association’s philanthropic arm, the CMA Foundation, has tapped Russell Dickerson as the latest CMA Foundation Artist Ambassador to stand up for equitable music education initiatives across the U.S. Growing up with both parents active in the arts—his mom is a music teacher and his dad is a choir director—Dickerson has experienced first-hand the meaningful effects music education has on a young person’s life.  
  • Rising songwriter John Byron has inked his first publishing deal with Big Loud, effective immediately. John is the songwriter behind Chris Lane’s just-released song,  “Summer Job Money.” 
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