Holly Williams, David Nail, Jeff Cook, and The Oaks

hollyNewcomer Holly Williams is profiled in this week’s People magazine, dated July 27th and on stands today (7/17). The story of her music and life has also garnered the interest of National Public Radio, which will feature her Sunday, July 19 on “Weekend Edition.” The show airs in Nashville on WPLN from 7-9 AM/CT. And making her fifth national television debut this year, Williams will perform on CBS’ The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson Wed., Aug. 12.
David Nail‘s brand new video for his single, “Red Light,” premiered on CMT.com this week and will go to all outlets next week. Shot in Nashville, the video features his new bride, Catherine. Nail has also been featured on MLB.com. Last weekend, leading into the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, he served as a St. Louis tour guide for the MLB.com audience, talking about growing up in Missouri and his favorite St. Louis hangouts.

Jeff Cook, of Country Music Hall of Famers Alabama, will make a musical appearance on the nationally syndicated television show The Daily Buzz this weekend. Cook, now with his Allstar Goodtime Band, will be in Orlando, FL today (7/17) to perform his current single and the title track from his latest solo-release, “Ashes Won’t Burn.”
The Oak Ridge Boys, promoting their new Spring Hill Records album The Boys Are Back, appeared on the Game Show Network during Game Show Live yesterday (7/16).  The Oaks joined the show via Skype.  Today (7/17) they performed as part of the Fox & Friends Summer Concert Series, and tomorrow will visit the CBS Early Show, before heading to a concert appearance in New Jersey later that night. The following week on July 23rd, The Oak Ridge Boys will appear on the nationally syndicated mid-day show Better TV.  Other appearances include SiriusXM, FoxNews.com, Fox Entertainment Feed, and United Stations radio.


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