Photo Friday: Carrie, Randy, Sheryl, Sara, and Eric

ASCAP celebrated the success of Carrie's Underwood's 10th #1 single "I Told You So"  at The Palm on Tuesday, July 14th. The song, penned by 27 year ASCAP member Randy Travis, also won him a #1 on Billboard's Country Chart in 1988 as well as an ASCAP Country Award back in 1989.  Pictured L-R are:  ASCAP's Mike Sistad, Carrie Underwood, Randy Travis, producer Mark Bright and ASCAP's Earle Simmons.

ASCAP celebrated the success of Carrie's Underwood's 10th #1 single "I Told You So" at The Palm on Tuesday, July 14th. The song, penned by 27 year ASCAP member Randy Travis, also won him a #1 on Billboard's Country Chart in 1988 as well as an ASCAP Country Award back in 1989. Pictured (L-R): ASCAP's Mike Sistad, Underwood, Travis, producer Mark Bright and ASCAP's Earle Simmons.

There were stars on the field and in the stands for this week’s 80th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which included musical performances by friends and fellow celebs Sara Evans and Sheryl Crow.  Evans, who lit up the 7th inning stretch with a performance of “God Bless America,” is poised to impact country radio this coming Monday with her incredible new single, “Feels Just Like a Love Song." Photo credit: Stephen Navyac

There were stars on the field and in the stands for this week’s 80th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which included musical performances by Sara Evans and Sheryl Crow. Evans is poised to impact country radio this coming Monday with her new single, “Feels Just Like a Love Song." Photo credit: Stephen Navyac

 Capitol Records Nashville artist Eric Church was proud to host Kasey Kahne, driver of the #9 Budweiser Dodge in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and ESPN 's lead NASCAR reporter Marty Smith at his sold-out show in Johnson City, TN last night. Church will be part of a feature on Kahne that is slated to air on ESPN’s pre-race show on August 2.    pictured, l to r: Kahne, Church, Smith  Tune in to see Eric Church Perform “Ain’t Killed Me Yet” on  The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Monday at 12:35am ET/PT on CBS!

Capitol Records Nashville artist Eric Church was proud to host NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne, and ESPN 's lead NASCAR reporter Marty Smith at his sold-out show in Johnson City, TN on Wednesday. Church will be part of a feature on Kahne that is slated to air on ESPN’s pre-race show on Aug. 2. He will also perform “Ain’t Killed Me Yet” on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" on Monday at 11:35 PM/CT on CBS. (L-R): Kahne, Church, Smith

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