Morgan Wallen has a Message for His Fans…
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10.8.20
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • It takes a special kind of fortitude to face your mistakes, apologize for them, and to do so in a public way. I know firsthand how challenging that can be. Morgan Wallen was scheduled to perform this weekend on Saturday Night Live, but unfortunately, that has been postponed. Morgan posted this message on Instagram to his fans that is def worth your time to watch.

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  • Tim McGraw performs “I Called Mama” on Live with Kelly & Ryan (10.11)
  • Shenandoah & Lady A will performEvery Time I Look At Youon The Kelly Clarkson Show (10.12)
  • Luke Combs will perform at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards on NBC (10.14)
  • 2020 CMT Music Awards” to air on CMT, with a six-network simulcast across MTV, MTV2, Logo, Paramount Network, Pop and TV Land (10.21 at 8/7c)
  • The 54th Annual CMA Awards will air live on ABC (11.11 at 8/7c)
  • Dolly Parton’s “Christmas On The Square” special will premiere on Netflix (11.22) 
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Multi-talented duo Everette – consisting of Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia – releases part one of their two-part album produced by Luke LairdKings of the Dairy Queen Parking Lot – Side A. Side A includes wild ‘n’ rowdy drinking songs (“Dang the Whiskey“), falling-in-love salutes (“Way Back“), country-rock breakup anthems (“Break it to Me”), and tributes to the wives who’ve supported Brent and Anthony’s dreams for years (“Love Me Like I Am“). From the funky, party-ready guitar riffs that kick off the EP’s opening track, “Can’t Say No,” to the heartfelt lyrics that turn “Momma, I’ll Be Okay” into a touching tribute to family, Side A is modern country music at its finest: one part twang, one part rock & roll attitude, and a generous dose of anthemic hooks. The lyrics may be biographical, but these songs are for everyone. They’re not just Everette’s stories, after all. They’re ours
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  • The Highwomen: “Crowded Table” (from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)
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ACM Awards New Male Artist of the Year Riley Green struck a chord with “I Wish Grandpas Never Died,” performing the sentimental ballad on the CBS telecast and is now celebrating PLATINUM certification from the RIAA. The chart-topping Alabama native commemorated over one million in consumption alongside his Big Machine Label Group team with Big Machine Label Group President/CEO Scott Borchetta and BMLG Records President/CEO Jimmy Harnen presenting a special plaque.
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  • Chuck Wicks has signed with Verge Records!
  • Kalie Shorr has signed with TMWRK Records!
  • Jon Nite has signed with SESAC
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10.16
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  • Ingrid Andress: “Lady Like” (lyric video)
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Tennessee residents are invited to experience the historic Ryman Auditorium daytime tour experience free of charge, Sunday, Oct. 25th, as part of Ryman Community Day presented by PNC Bank and supporting partners Hiller and Farm Bureau Health Plans. Complimentary self-guided tours will be available from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. with the presentation of a valid Tennessee state ID at the Ryman box office. Together with parent company Ryman Hospitality Properties (“the Company”), best-in-class safety procedures and training have been implemented at the venue to help promote guest safety. The Ryman strictly adheres to operating plans developed with the Company’s wellness advisor, Vanderbilt Health, that meet or exceed CDC safety guidelines, and that have been in place since the venue reopened for daytime tours in June.
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