YOUR Morning Hangover for Wednesday, October 13th
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10.13.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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DVR ALERT

  • CMT’s Artists of the Year special will broadcast live (tonight) at 9/8c [CMT]
  • Jennifer Nettles joins GMA (10.16) to discuss her role co-starring on Broadway in “Waitress” [ABC]
  • Parmalee performs Take My Name (10.18) on The Kelly Clarkson Show [syndicated]
  • The 55th CMA Awards will broadcast live (11.10) at 8/7c [ABC/Hulu]
  • New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash will broadcast (12.31) on CBS from Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
PLAYING IT
  • Hannah Ellis: “Us” (the official music video)
VIEW IT
  • Brett Young: “You Didn’t” (from Live with Kelly & Ryan at The Bluebird Cafe)
SEE IT
  • Kenny Chesney – “We Do” (LIVE for SiriusXM Small Stage Series)

SAW IT
  • Jon Pardi’s tribute to Randy Travis from CMT AOTY & watch Randy Travis surprise JP
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  • Alan Jackson has three decades of accolades and career achievements to his credit, but he’s still adding to them and breaking new ground as he does so. Friday evening in Nashville – as he wrapped his 2021 tour schedule in front of a sellout crowd of 13,000 at the city’s Bridgestone Arena – Jackson was surprised with a plaque for garnering over 5-billion streams of his music on Pandora. The Pandora Billionaire plaque was presented by UMG Nashville Chairman & CEO Mike Dungan, UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe, UMG Nashville VP Marketing/Digital Accounts Annie Ortmeier, Pandora’s Senior Manager Artist Marketing & Industry Relations Alina Thompson and Pandora’s Head of Country Programming Jen Danielson.
Photo ID (L-R): UMG Nashville VP Marketing Digital Accounts Annie Ortmeier, Pandora Head of Country Programming Jennifer Danielson, Pandora Senior Manager, Artist Marketing & Industry Relations Alina Thompson, Alan Jackson, UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe, UMG Nashville Chairman/CEO Mike Dungan
GOING TO IT

Trace Adkins has announced his upcoming headlining tour, stopping at one of Nashville’s most revered venues. On April 8, 2022, Adkins will headline The Ryman.

Tour Dates:

12/01/2021 – Hard Rock Event Center – Tampa FL
12/02/2021 – St. Augustine Amphitheatre – St. Augustine, FL
12/03/2021 – Seminole Casino Hotel – Immokalee, FL
12/04/2021 – Orlando Amphitheater – Orlando, FL **On-sale Soon
12/18/2021 – Paramount Bristol – Bristol, TN
1/08/2022 – Hollywood Casino – Charles Town, WV
1/09/2022 – Clay Center – Charleston, WV
1/29/2022 – French Lick Resort Casino – French Lick, IN
4/08/2022 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN **Presale Tickets
4/19/2022 – Wilson Center – Wilmington, NC
4/21/2022 – American Music Theatre – Lancaster, PA
4/22/2022 – Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA
4/23/2022 – Midland Theatre – Newark, OH
4/24/2022 – Ritz Theatre – Tiffin, OH
4/25/2022 – Packard Music Hall – Warren, OH
4/28/2022 – Riverpark Center – Owensboro, KY
4/29/2022 – Effingham Performance Center – Effingham, IL
5/04/2022 – Capitol Theatre – Wheeling, WV
5/05/2022 – Capitol Theatre – Flint, MI
5/06/2022 – Del Lago Resort & Casino – Waterloo, NY
5/13/2022 – Graton Resort & Casino – Rohnert Park, CA **On-sale Soon
6/05/2022 – Indian Ranch Amphitheatre – Webster, MA
6/14/2022 – Sioux Falls Alliance Center – Sioux Falls, SD
6/18/2022 – Morgan County Fairgrounds – Martinsville, IN **On-sale Soon
7/02/2022 – ABATE Freedom Park – Algona, IA **On-sale Soon
7/30/2022 – Oregon Jamboree – Sweet Home, OR
GO TO IT
PLAN FOR IT
  • Are you a professional working in the Country Music Industry? It’s time to apply or renew your membership to the Academy of Country Music! You can apply, renew, and learn more about benefits at acmcountry.com/membership. Academy members are among the most respected leaders in the industry and hold the right to vote on ACM Awards. They also receive exclusive benefits including monthly educational panels and invites to networking events, early access to tickets for Academy events, discounts for ACM partner events, regular industry data and insights, and more.
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  • Mitchell Tenpenny fulfilled a lifelong dream as he headlined a sold-out hometown show at the Ryman Auditorium. The concert was a part of his TO US IT DID TOUR which runs through December. The tour features opening guest Drew Green. Mitchell’s appearance at the Ryman on October 10 (Ten Ten) is a purposeful and intentional date on his tour schedule. After losing his father to cancer several years ago, he has plans to create an opportunity every year on October 10th to bring awareness and raise funds for his 10Penny Fund. Founded in 2018, the 10Penny Fund provides inspiration and supports programs that help build community, motivate patients, and encourages healing for people facing cancer as well as their loved ones. $32,500 from the concert’s VIP experience is going to the 10Penny Fund.
Mitchell Tenpenny and manager, Kristen Ashley (Red Light Management) with Sony Music Nashville Team (l-r: Meghan Reich, Lauren Wilson, Jessica Valiyi, Shane Allen, Jen Way, Nicole Marinake, Lyndsay Church, Randy Goodman) Photo credit: Tristan Cusick
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