Capitol Nashville Recording artist Little Big Town raised over $55,000 for the T.J. Martell Foundation at their 4th annual Ride For A Cure event held last Sunday (7/11). The event, which included a motorcycle ride from the Tin Roof in Nashville to the Harley-Davidson Superstore in Columbia, TN, featured pre-ride performances by Brett Eldridge, Randy Montana and Cali Rodi and post-ride performances by Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, Josh Thompson and The Band Perry. (L-R): Little Big Town’s Phillip Sweet and Karen Fairchild; label-mate Luke Bryan; and Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman and Jimi Westbrook. Photo: Becky Fluke
The Band Perry performed this morning (7/16) on Fox & Friends, the Fox News Channel’s morning show. The Band Perry—siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry—played with their band in the plaza outside the news channel’s offices on 6th Avenue in midtown Manhattan, as part of the program’s “All American Summer” concert series. The band’s self-titled album will be released on October 5. (L-R): Neil Perry, show host Brian Kilmeade, Kimberly Perry, show host Alisyn Camerota, Reid Perry, and show host Steve Doocy.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is gearing up for the latest release in its exclusive music program: Craig Morgan’s That’s Why–Collector’s Edition. The CD features 13 songs, including the top radio hits “Bonfire” and “This Ain’t Nothin,” as well as two previously unreleased songs. (L-R): Faith Quesenberry, Vector Mgmt.; Morgan; Peter Keiser, Cracker Barrel, VP Mktg.; and Julie Craig, Cracker Barrel, Mktg. Mgr.